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my 22 does. The mag follower holds it open.
 

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No prob Danny-Manny
 

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Janq said:
Were those things accurate?

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I've shot my friends and found it to be fairly accurate (just last week actually)... One thing I I didn't like was the sights, but when you got used to them it fired pretty damn well for that sort of pistol (it's not a 1911 or anything). Bastard kicks a lot harder than I would have imagined! (9mm)
 

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The only issue with the Luger was the trigger tends to be rather long and mushy compared to other single actions. You also need hot end 9mm to get it to function properly. Most US ammo is loaded softer than Euro ammo. All I know is that they are about the best pointing gun I have ever used. Steyr used the same angle for their M series. For their time they were awesome. I only wish that they made them still, but with the amount of machining needed they would still cost a fortune. Id like to get one of the limited run stainless lugers that Mitchell/Stoeger did in the 90's
 

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Janq said:
Were those things accurate?

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the bullet leaves the barrel long before anything else moves. When the bullet is traveling foward, it's appling force in the forward direction via the rifling. Once the bullet leaves the muzzle, it's no longer pushing foward on the firearm/barrel.
 
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