Discussion in 'On Topic' started by krott5333, Dec 17, 2005.
Internal lock. Mag disconnect. DAO. This is a gun made for california and police
Meh I'll pass
Looks nice, unfortunately I'm pretty sure the magazines are illegal in CA since they hold more than 10 rounds.
It's a cross between a Smith & Wesson M&P and a Steyr. the features read just like the M&P though. Even the snap on palm swells are right from the S&W
It looks like a S&W.
its a great law if you think about it.. because if someone is going to commit murder, theres no way he's going to be able to do it with the first 10 shots.. murder requires AT LEAST 11 shots..
good job Feinstein, I'm proud of you
that guns fucking ugly
Glock > that shit heap.
wth is a magazine safety disconnect?
Won't fire with the magazine removed. Supposed to be bad because you can't fire during a reload, supposed to be good because alot of cleaning accidents involved...well I didn't think it was loaded...
Hell there was a story posted here (from another forum) just the other week about a gun cleaning his gun and putting a bullet through his hand/arm because he didnt bother to see if there was a round in the chamber before cleaning
well he learned his lesson..
a stupid "safety mechanism" isnt going to fix retardation
Yup, I've honestly heard alot of stories about people who have been saved by a mag disconnect but I've never heard of the guy who wasn't able to shoot during a reload and needed to. I'd still prefer without, but it probably does more good than harm statistically.
fuck that gayness...
what if I was about to shoot a bad guy, and under panic, i hit the mag release..
im a dead man
Steyr did it first.. and did it right.
My S&W 915 does that... I didn't know it is a feature on a gun they would advertise. I don't like it