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Author Topic: Limp-Wristing the Semi-Auto Handgun  (Read 1232 times)

Hock

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Limp-Wristing the Semi-Auto Handgun
« on: February 18, 2013, 08:50:07 PM »

Limp-Wristing the Semi-Auto Handgun into a Malfunction.

Since I am like a liaison to many citizens and martial artists that are new to handguns, this video explains the problem well.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_Uqtz2asE4&feature=share

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Re: Limp-Wristing the Semi-Auto Handgun
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2013, 02:54:34 AM »

Cool vid.
What I've witnessed is that if you limp-wrist the new .45 XDS it will malfunction regularly.  Some people have said that this is a gun defect.  I disagree.  The gun is so small, and the moving parts have very little kinetic mass, so if there is not a firm backstop for the mechanical energy to eject/chamber a round, then it will malfunction.  Limp-Wristing the new stuff will cause issues not related to the gun.
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