Hotdogs, Horseshoes, and Hand Grenades – Glock 22 Review / Comparison

Hotdogs, Horseshoes, and Hand Grenades – Glock 22 Review / Comparison



okay hotdogs horseshoes and hand-grenades we are here in the warehouse range one gun I was very excited to get my hands on with the Glock 22 why because I own this gun and I wanted to see how well it held up in the virtual world as opposed to hold up the real world how similar it is it looks the same again I mean they modelled it real well all the way down to a Glock etching from the sides where it says Austria and everything 40 caliber etched and they're wonderful so I pulled back the same the barrel just rises up just a little bit like a wood on the actual gun everything about this looks like it does in real life it's a wonderful model it has a little trigger guard on the inside the middle piece right there you depress and when you hold the trigger which is awesome one thing I do like also is a Glock has an internal safety if you want to call it down to the exact terminology but we hold trigger you can't follow up shots you won't hear that hammer drop until it reloads as opposed to guns like the the 6 our 2 to 6 where you could just keep on pulling the trigger in the hammer or reset this one won't unless it racks the slide lesyk cycles it will not go ahead and drop that hammer again which I was really happy to see that they include that it shows a lot of attention to detail with this weapon now there's a 15-round magazine standard we're going to put it right here so we can keep pulling magazines out it loads as you would expect a handgun to load and now the gun is live there is no safety on this weapon I don't mind does not have a safety either so that's true reform now the way you aim a Glock in real life is how you aim any handgun that has sights such as these you line the sights up and the top side is what you should be focusing on the front sight that should be lined up in between these two and evenly along the top therefore it should be three dots across the center if you don't see the dot it could be too low or too you see it above it's too high left there right you want to be centered up right in between to be on target now I know in VR it's not going to show you this because if I hold up to my right eye because I'm right eye dominant hold up to my right eye and I'm looking straight down the sides to you it's going to seem to be a little bit to the right side even though I'm looking straight down but you get the idea if you ever shot an actual hang-up or you know what site alignment is and you know how it should look so let's think this holds up with the site alignment and see the shoots correctly what's up well the fine line is good it just looks like my shooting is terrible but that's fine nice cool thing I just go without a Glock you could always see down the edge right there we're not the next bullet in the magazine is there's no bold in their meat there's one more in the chamber okay because you're not slide lock and you don't have another round come up with a magazine on more in the chamber that's how that works out in the magazine is empty now one thing I want to test out is an empty magazine on a Glock 22 what happens is if you pull the slide back when an item is still in there it will not go forward that magazine state makes the state locks so correct that's exactly how the gun operates a lot of attention to detail on this weapon and I'm really happy about that and of ammo reload one thing I was actually a little upset about there's no malfunctions in this game and if you shoot a Glock real fast the issue is Olympius or you don't hold the gun correctly assumed you line it recoil by itself that kind of happens I guess they couldn't simulate it but it'll happen is this I'll go about half way back it'll stovepipe around and you'll be left out of battery in this game though I haven't encountered any situations where it would be a malfunction well it's be a good thing to add add gun jams and stuff like that and you have to clear a jam by yourself what you're supposed to do is supposed to check at the magazine and racked around you're ready to shoot so that's a Glock 22 it's a fantastic handgun to own in real life you actually want to buy one nice 40 caliber pistol but in the game they really did a great job simulating it the look of it the field of the sound everything everything about this gun is really well done and I'm extremely happy Oh

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