The Roland Special

adam_s

Regular Member
WARLORD
#23
Semi-Sidetrack: Doc, how do you like the Salient magwell on the G19? I'm a huge fan of the Sentinel G17 well, but the G19 version has remained vaporware...
 

DocGKR

Dr.Ballistics
Moderator
#29
We had some functional issues with the stock "C" models. The only issue with the KKM comp is if the small bolts on the comp come loose...
 

Matt

Regular Member
Network Support I
#31
You didn't miss anything, Riafdnal is playing "I got a secret" by dangling this blaster out in front of the world and not answering specific questions about it. ;) The most I have been able to get out of him is that a Ghost 3.5# connector is involved. I am thinking that is probably it though because there is not really much more to do to a Glock other than swapping a connector without fucking shit up.
 

Matt Landfair

Matt Six Actual
Administrator
#32
mine has no internal adjustments. Roland's however as more and that's why I haven't commented. I was waiting for him to fill in the blanks
 

DocGKR

Dr.Ballistics
Moderator
#33
I don't know anything about the Roland pistol, but ours have all Glock OEM internal parts and use a "-" connector. Obviously they have KKM barrels, VTAC/Salient mag wells, Taran Tactical mag base plates, suppressor height BIS, and the RMR06's added.
 

Default.mp3

Regular Member
Network Support I
#40
Given that the compensator would probably make shooting from retention quite difficult, especially if using a thumb pectoral index, do most people think this set-up is viable for civilian self-defense? I get the feeling that while this set up would be quite awesome in the role envisioned by The Gunslinger, I'm not too sure about for us every day folk that aren't in his ka-tet, actively hunting armed opponents.