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    Interesting question but imo it’s not about the ammo but about action and reaction. Bullet comes out the barrel gun wants to move backward expending energy needed to cycle
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    Yes I suppose, I was just thinking of the action moving with more momentum then lesser power ammo but I suppose maybe an individuals limp wristing would be more pronounced if they were firing hotter ammo.

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    Good to Know, Great Video, Thanks for posting.

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    thanks for the vid very interesting

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    I had that happen with my first GLOCK that I purchased, a 36. I got rid of the pistol and swore off of GLOCKS! I was talked into getting another GLOCK (a Gen 4 27 by a friend) and I never had a problem with it, I have since bought a 2nd 27, a 23, and a 42. All have been problem free.

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    I always thought "limp wristed" was just an excuse. I learned to hold and shoot a pistol when I attended Jeff Coopers GunSite academy in the mid 70s. That dates me? Quite sure.

    I recently bought a Glock 42. It shot fantastically, out of the box.
    Took 2 of my grand kids to my range to shoot it. Grandson has had much experience with guns and he shot it without a hitch. He's 10.
    My granddaughter is 12 and didn't have much experience. I showed the correct hold and stance and she fired it, once.
    She, as most little girls are, is a tad on the timid side. When she shot, I was close by watching the entire affair. She flinched as soon as she pulled the trigger and the 42 failed to completely chamber the next round. I saw the problem immediately and retrieved the 42, slapped the rear of slide lightly and it chambered the round.
    I shot the remaining mag of 5 rounds with Zero problems.
    Plain to see that limp wristed shooting causes problems....
    I retract any statements I've ever made about "limp wristed" shooting! It is a real phenomenon...
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    DJ,

    Same here, when I was told I was "limp wristing", I wanted to smack the bejeepers out of the guy! Turns out he was right! I'm glad I jumped back in with the GLOCKs at the insistence of my buddy, they truly are dependable weapons!

    I would have figured the 42 would be susceptible to this, more so than the 36, in.45 ACP! The 42 is the sweetest little pistol I own!

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    Yep, I love the little 42. I own 22, 23, 21, 19 as well. Bought 23s for my daughters and 21 for my son.
    They love Glocks nearly as much as I do.
    My oldest daughter asked for a 42 when she saw mine. On order as we speak.
    I did install Pearce mag extensions. Much more control....
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    My next GLOCK will be a 17, that should round out my arsenal nicely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParabellumJ View Post
    Military Arms Channel (MAC) is easily one of the best gun channels on YouTube. He is a former marine, staunch defender of 2A rights, and provides excellent unbiased reviews.

    Amen. And if I might add a Glock-lover/legislative advocate/woman's point of view... Every time I watch one of his videos, I start to suspect I'm falling in love.

    Now that's high praise.
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