Reloading your firearms

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      Reloading your firearms

      Are you diagnose or non-diagnose. For me, I am non-diagnose. Take a look at the video and discuss....


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      He glosses over the type 3 malfunction and doesn't go into how to clear it, which is drastically different than tap-rack. That would be my biggest complaint. I do practice type 1 & 2, but in the field, at the range during competition, the bugaboo has been the type 3. That just seems to be the way Murphy works. So, I diagnose. Good video, good points but I don't own a Glock.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sgt45 View Post
      He glosses over the type 3 malfunction and doesn't go into how to clear it, which is drastically different than tap-rack. That would be my biggest complaint. I do practice type 1 & 2, but in the field, at the range during competition, the bugaboo has been the type 3. That just seems to be the way Murphy works. So, I diagnose. Good video, good points but I don't own a Glock.
      Can you diagnose in the dark? That is one of my complaints about the diagnose method.

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      Tap rack will generally clear most everything. On the type 3, yep a bit more to it, lock slide to the rear get the old mag out, rack it, reload and go on about your business.

      Same thing, generally, every time with whatever weapon.

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      Quote Originally Posted by tacman605 View Post
      Tap rack will generally clear most everything. On the type 3, yep a bit more to it, lock slide to the rear get the old mag out, rack it, reload and go on about your business.

      Same thing, generally, every time with whatever weapon.
      I do not even lock the slide. Like Clint says, why?

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