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Magnum Research Pistols (pros and cons)

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Covey Leader, Mar 5, 2009.

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  1. Covey Leader

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  2. THE MACHINIST

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    very hard to get small parts for . ahve one in .45 kid took it apart and lost all kids of internals had to send it in just for small work
     
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    Yeah, you have to call MRI and order them. What a pain...............

    And exactly how did you loose a bunch of parts? Unless you started driving out roll pins, these pistols break down into only 7 pieces:

    -Frame
    -Slide
    -Barrel
    -Guide rod/spring assy.
    -Slide catch
    -Sear assy.
    -Sear assy. pin
     
  4. Covey Leader

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    Besides the parts issues, how do you like the gun?
     
  5. THE MACHINIST

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    my kid took it out to shoot and his army buddy took it apart.
     
  6. trillium

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    In 9mm - Good capacity (16rnds) , excellent grip, nice SA/DA mode trigger. 1200 gr weight gives you low recoil.

    Polymer version got reduced weight, same capacity, tactical stock are available .

    Along with Glocks, its the most widely used and available pistol here (Steel and Plastic).

    I you like it - get it. There is more info here

    http://www.israel-weapon.com/files/jericho22.pdf

    PS TR model for Turkish marked - 15rdns restricted.
     
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