I think people take it personally when limp wristing is concerned. Like their manhood is in question. I'm not saying that's what Stott man is doing but I see it often in stores and the range. Maybe a year ago there was one guy at the store who was all pissed off that his 1911 wasn't working. An employee took the gun and the customer to the range to see the problem. The customer kept getting stove pipes while the employee had no problems. The customer had a limp wrist issue. He acted like someone called him a fairy!
Technically all polymer guns have a greater chance of limp wristing. When I was new to shooting I had a G23 that I couldn't get through a whole mag without a stove pipe. I thought it was a pos gun and sold it. Later, after getting more serious about shooting I learned the correct way to do things and looking back the problem was most likely me limp wristing. Today 99% of my guns are polymer and 2/3 are Glocks. I have no problems shooting any of them
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