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yesterday i was at the range working with a lady and her husband was 3 lanes down from us(2 inbetween) this was an indoor range with dividers between each range.

Her husband was firing a 1911--and we were being showered with brass. I watched him for a minute and he was breaking his wrist a little bit with the recoil--I did offer the suggestion that he tighten up his wrist a little.

So my question--is the 1911 prone to throwing brass (more than say my glock) or was it just something in his techniques?

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In my experience they tend to be the same
 

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You limp wrist any auto, it will effect the cycle of the slide and cause FTE's.
 

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I'm talking about brass flying up & over the walls between lanes and landing on us 3 lanes away!
 

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Mary said:
I'm talking about brass flying up & over the walls between lanes and landing on us 3 lanes away!
That seems abnormal
 

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I'm talking about brass flying up & over the walls between lanes and landing on us 3 lanes away!
My G21 flings them 2 lanes down. I just calk it up as that is one of the down falls of a public indoor range.

Like glocknloaded has on his AR "Pardon My Brass" :D
 

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My G21 flings them 2 lanes down. I just calk it up as that is one of the down falls of a public indoor range.

Like glocknloaded has on his AR "Pardon My Brass" :D
My 21 and 23 both pitch em all over the place! Usually just gets people to look at my Glocks! Occasional, ***!! What do ya say? Oops, It has a mind of it's own!
 
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