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That's what I call outside the box thinking. I tip my hat to peoples like you and wish you best of luck. Hopefully someone like me but "WITH" money will contact you soon :thumbsup:
 
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That was interesting. Guessing that is the prototype? Looking forward to seeing the final production model.
 

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Does it shoot?

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Interesting
 

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with the fixed barrel and low bore axis it should be really accurate. I do wonder how perceived recoil would be with what is essentially a 1/4 slide.
 

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^^^ Since there's 2 recoil springs one that looks like a regular 9mm strength and a harder one, it wouldn't surprise me if it was even less than a regular 9mm
What does raise questions in my head is that little U shaped barrel locking thing, what is it going to look like after a few thousand rounds
 
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The mass of the recoil spring guiderod gets added in as it reciprocates with the slide.
That slide mounted hammer is interesting. Depending on the cocking geometry it could add a bit to
what is a delayed blowback action. The fluted chamber has been used to good effect
by Hk, and with a bit less success by Automag.
Interesting design. Best of luck bringing it to market.
 

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The mass of the recoil spring guiderod gets added in as it reciprocates with the slide.
That slide mounted hammer is interesting. Depending on the cocking geometry it could add a bit to
what is a delayed blowback action. The fluted chamber has been used to good effect
by Hk, and with a bit less success by Automag.
Interesting design. Best of luck bringing it to market.
Yes,you are right..The mass of the Guide Rod is a moving part....The first time Mr.Mann use the groove in the Chamber.. Year 1920..Thank you very much
 

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The Hammer moves very fast during firing..this design uses a part of this force,to keep the slide in position during firing..so,u have a 150 gram slide wich acts like a 350 gram slide...less slide mass means less felt recoil..
 
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