Originally Posted by Charlts
Hmm Going from a proven gun you've done well with. To a gun you can't really rip apart and fix for risk of offending, can't point out the foibles in public or something you can practically rebuild to make right!! The joys of being tied to one manufacturer.
Thanx for the honest opinion.
I must point out that the gun is not giving problems. It is shifting like my other guns do. By other guns I mean my Walther and Steyr LG 110.
What I really want to know is what do you chaps do to combat it?