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    Default Re: Micro Roni for G17

    I'm working for a change ... I'll put a few pics here and on my blog when I get home tonight. :)

    Yes, the stock folds out.

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    Default Re: Micro Roni for G17

    Double post.
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    Default Re: Micro Roni for G17

    Haha, work is important. Don't want to de rail your thread but I find the K-Pos stock flimsy.

    The Micro Roni looks great, thanks for the quick review.
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    Default Re: Micro Roni for G17

    I've run mine through one SADPA league and one clubshoot. I've found the same.

    Some initial issues because of the height of my rear sight, but nothing some light sanding on the plastic interior doesn't sort out. I think if I kept shooting it would have gone away by itself

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    Default Re: Micro Roni for G17

    I absolutely love my Micro Roni. I normally shoot at 15 - 20 meters and have found that my Reflex sight (cheapo) holds zero quite well. One thing I immediately realized was how well the unit is constructed. Even though its 90% plastic (more like a type of polymer) it is held together with decent bolts at multiple places on the unit. There is absolutely no play on the folding stock when opened. The texture on the front grip is almost identical to the RTF on the glock gen 4. The only thing I dislike is the flimsy slide stop button on the unit.

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