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Malfunction Clearing: Type 2 and Type 3

Discussion in 'Firearms' started by Cameron, Nov 6, 2017.

  1. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member

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    Hey Everyone, here's a follow up to my Type 1 video a few weeks back. Hope you like it:
     
  2. Whirlibird

    Whirlibird Well-Known Member

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    Minor points.

    Retain the mag, even if it is giving you problems.
    If it is that bad of a fight, you may need that ammo even if you have to strip it out and singly load the chamber or reload another magazine.

    Retention under the arm, that will depend heavily on your physical make up. Thin persons and many females may have issues with that as their arm and chest are not as bulky as yours as well as needing the arms upward to fully operate the slide.

    You might also use the more common names, stovepipe and double feed for those of us that go "type what?".

    Good video.
     
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  3. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member

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    Great feedback. I'm also a big fan of retaining the mag - two things you don't have enough of in a gun fight: time and ammo. Why waste perfectly good ammo, right?
     

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