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Learning the superior paddle mag release-Walther/HK

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by wild cat mccane, Jan 3, 2013.

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  1. Jeff Cook

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    love the PPQ release

    I have carried several guns both on and off duty starting with a .45 in the Air Force. I really dont think it makes a difference whether you have a button or a paddle...it is all about comfort and muscle memory. I have to admit the first few times I had my PPQ at the range, I hit the non-existent mag release button, but after a bit of practice it became like second nature. Again, I agree that comfort and farmiliarity is king, but give each a chance before making broad pronouncements!
     
  2. Prince Yamato

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    I don't own Walthers or HKs, but the mag release on their guns is one of my favorite things about their guns.
     
  3. Sam1911

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    Slower isn't always better.
     
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    I crack open my boiled eggs at the small end ...
     
  5. HKGuns

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    Just get a p30, HK isn't changing their mag release, or hunt down an original PPQ. Yes the paddle releases are superior to buttons.
     
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