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    CAA Micro Roni Stabilizer, Gen 3 Glock 23

    Well, it came in last week. Just assembled it this evening. It is designed to supposedly shoot faster and at a longer distance more accurately. The bottom of the frame opens and you just place the bolt adapter to the rear of the Glock. There are three rails which can accommodate BUIS, lights, red dot, laser, whatever.

    I'll have to let you know how it does at the range. I'm going to predict it will give me some more range, speed, and longer distance accuracy.

    The rear stabilizer is just like the Sig Arms stabilizer, which folds forward for ease of storage. It doesn't require NFA.

    I acquired it from YRS, Inc who give a discount just for becoming a registered customer.

    I have to be careful not to shoulder it, obviously.










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    Very interesting. Please let us know how it shoots.

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    CAA Micro Roni Stabilizer, Gen 3 Glock 23

    I have pistols (Combat pistols and AR-15 variety), as well as a bullpup. I prefer it for maneuverability and capacity. Electronic Hearing protection is alongside.

    Comparison of the CAA Micro Roni Stabilizer (Glock 23) with the Tavor and the AR-15 pistols.

    Of course the Glock 23 is still, just a handgun load. It has a light and the stability of the stabilizer with a red dot gives me more accuracy and speed. The Roni decreases muzzle flip.

    The bullpup is compact will also have a light and red dot.





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    CAA Micro Roni Stabilizer, Gen 3 Glock 23

    Retail is $399. When you register on the website www.yrsinc.com you get 10% off, so somehow it only cost me $329. This Glock 23 was my first CCW gun in 2008. I wanted to repurpose it since it wasn't getting any range time.

    I ran it through 200 rounds today. If I hold the forend down, it has cycling issues but if I just let it rise as it should, there are no problems. I tried controlled fire, rapid fire, controlled pairs and two handed/strong handed shooting.

    I was using Winchester White box which gave me erratic shots. I had no consistency with the ammo at 50 yards so I went back to a 25 yard zero with the red dot. Maybe it was a bad box of ammo. The second box was much more consistent. I will try some higher quality ammunition, next range visit. My intention was to have more range with it.

    The sight is a Primary Arms Advanced Micro dot on an American Defense mount (which is a quick release).

    I just have a standard factory trigger, at the moment.

    So far, I have been pleasantly surprised.


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    No problems shooting left handed, but my Mag release was on the left. I assume that can be reversed if necessary.

    The bolt handle equivalent I noticed has to be cautiously pulled in a downward motion as you put it back. Otherwise I notice the friction with the frame which leads to cycling issues.

    I was able to ring the gong at 25, 50 and 75 yards rather easily, after sighting it at 25 yards for a zero.

    Just as an experiment, I was able to fire as I titled the gun to the side, as if shooting from behind a barrier (both ways), sideways (gangster style as a joke but it worked), and I even held it upside down, pulled the trigger with my pinky and hit the plate.

    I even put this in a novice's hands who doesn't know how to shoot a pistol at 25 yards, and he was able to hit the gong two times in a row.

    So the more I use this, I notice advantages of improved hits from longer distances much more consistently. Ability to shoot at different angles. Ability to shoot with either dominant or non-dominant hands. I tried out my buddy's Glock MOS with an RMR and I was faster in mine even though I was shooting a 40 caliber weapon.

    One caveat is how I'm supposed to clean this. I've put probably 500 rounds through it, right now. I don't want to have to disassemble it but it looks like I may have to since there is a lot of powder inside the hull of the frame, and along the vents of the Roni.

    Lastly, I want to reemphasize that the bolt handle must be pulled downward and back, since the handle can cause undue friction on the Micro Roni frame.

    It's very stable, and easy enough for a novice to use.


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    Interesting, looks fun but I'm not sure I get the practicality of it. How long does it take to strap your arm into it?

    The mag catch on a Gen3 cannot be reversed. The key is learning to press it with the trigger finger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MtStream View Post
    Interesting, looks fun but I'm not sure I get the practicality of it. How long does it take to strap your arm into it?

    The mag catch on a Gen3 cannot be reversed. The key is learning to press it with the trigger finger.
    Home defense it's perfect. Conceal carry, not so much. Unless maybe as a truck gun.

    I put this in the hands of a novice shooter, and he hit the plate at 25 yards, twice in a row. So for someone who can't shoot well, it works. He couldn't do that with a Glock MOS with an RMR on it.i

    It also gives the user accuracy at a greater distance.

    I have a red dot, light, and laser mounted on it.

    I don't use the arm strap. It takes about 4-5 seconds. That isn't practical. I use the arm strap to hold a spare magazine. It stays there when I shoot.

    I can easily shoot from behind a barrier using it since it has the red dot. With the laser, I don't even need to bring it up to my eye level to shoot.

    Tactically, it imparts shooting from many Positions, greater distances, ease of shooting, access to a spare mag, and more stability. Even without a rifle stock, it is more stable.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MtStream View Post
    Interesting, looks fun but I'm not sure I get the practicality of it. How long does it take to strap your arm into it?

    The mag catch on a Gen3 cannot be reversed. The key is learning to press it with the trigger finger.
    For the mag catch you don't have to worry about it since you're operating a bolt release.


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    Sorry, what you called "Mag release" is called "Magazine Catch" by Glock. The slide stop lever (not to be confused with slide lock lever ) is what gets disengaged by pulling the slide back.

    I don't think we have any terminology nazis here, just about any description works. I'm just clearing up what I think is a misunderstanding.
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