Micro Roni -- anyone got one ?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by scaatylobo, Oct 15, 2018.

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Price aside,would you

  1. yes

    21.4%
  2. no

    64.3%
  3. Already own one

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  1. scaatylobo

    scaatylobo Member

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    Just ordered a 'NY compliant" one for my G-23 / 19

    I am a fan of any gun that makes CQB easier,and this looks to be a great aid to fast CLOSE shooting.

    I look forward to getting trigger time with it.

    Will try both the G-23 & the G-19 to see which one is my favorite [ the G-19 will be MUCH cheaper to shoot ! ].

    Any of you have experience with this item ?.

    If your not an owner,or a previous owner = PLEASE,PLEASE do not bash or praise it.

    caagearup.

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  2. doubleh

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    I'll confess to being totally lost when I saw your question. I googled it just to see what it is. No opinion either way but I'm not interested in one either.
     
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    I thought I had a case of them, so I went and checked.

    Nope. It's a case of Maca Roni. :D
     
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  4. GarrettJ

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    I bought a Roni Stab to play with and see if I like it well enough to SBR a Glock and get one with a real stock. Initial impressions are that the stabilizing brace supplied is a bit short if you want to shoulder it. They do sell a longer brace, and I read somewhere that the next gen will have a longer brace standard.

    I'm still on the fence a little. I'll probably do the SBR thing. Just not in a big hurry. Although I keep thinking I should just get the paperwork sent in, so maybe I'll have it approved before next summer... maybe.

    I bought a Ruger PC Carbine about the same time. I find the Ruger stays on target better shot-to-shot, but it's not that noticable. I'm going to have to run some drills with the two. I'm thinking a stock that fits me better may help.

    So far I've only shot the Roni in 9mm. I'll have to try it with the Glock 22 at some point and see how it compares to 9mm.

    It's a lot of fun to play with. I wouldn't tell you not to get one.

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  5. John_R

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    I saw one at the store. Seems well made, but not something I’d ever use.
     
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  7. scaatylobo

    scaatylobo Member

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    The same model you have is what I have inbound.

    Wanted one that I did not need to paper on as my nanny state will not approve it.

    And I did order the light AND longer stab as that is what I was shown by a close friend.

    Will wring it out with the G-19 as its MUCH cheaper to shoot.

    The G-23 is a favorite of mine for 25 years so that I where I was headed eventually
     
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    for the price....nah.

    price aside...sure why not. i like having unique stuff to play around with.
     
  9. bikerdoc

    bikerdoc Moderator In Memoriam

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    I don't do glock but wife loves hers.

    Pity the fool that tries to break in at night and interrupts her beauty sleep:evil:
     
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