Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Mooseman, Apr 23, 2008.
Yes, it's difficult to reload ammo fast emough for it.
but on the plus side (aside from it being reliable and fun to shoot) you can add so many different accessories its ridiculous
That said, I don't like my PLR-16; I love my PLR-16. I keep it clean and it would be one of the first guns I'd grab if the S hit the F.
I don't like the fact that I don't have one yet!
i think that it would be great as an affordable 22 .....oh, yes, maybe next month........gpr
Just kinda doesn't interest me, that's all. I have NOT heard negatives as to its function.
Seriously I really do want one ! kevin
That's obviously a legal matter, but the other issue is barrel length - only one manufacturer guarantees their .223 silencer on the PPLR-16's 9" barrel.
Sorry I don't have a link
I kind of like shooting the stripped light weight gun.
You know how when you are going to do something wrong but you do it anyhow?
To shoot a group with the iron sights I rested the gun across my plastic range box. I thought the muzzle would be clear of the box.
It was for about 5 shots. Then I shot with the gun back too far and the muzzle blast blew out the top of the box.
Oh well that box was old anyhow.
I shoot left handed and the darn thing likes to bounce the empties right off my glasses.
I even shot 10 rounds once and all of the ejected shells landed in my right shirt pocket.
Which manufacturer would that be?
Presidential race being so close I guess I should get one just in case Barry is elected. You KNOW just by looking at this it would be made illegal.
I would probably forgo this sight in favor of an EOTec for close range work.
I simply could not believe how incredibly loud the sucker was at an indoor range.
And they make fun of the accuracy of my Mini-14.
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