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I am contemplating buying a CCA MCK for my M17 or 365 xl but if it is just a cheap plastic piece that is not a really a Quality accessory , then I will use my limited funds for more ammo or even training. Any suggestions?
 
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I don't really know what to make of this. I can tell you it doesn't make sense for me. If I want a pistol and a carbine in the same cartridge - a 150-year-old concept that is not without validity - I'd rather have a dedicated pistol and PCC. Actually, I think I'd prefer a shotgun over a PCC for home defense.
 
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I'd say range toy but that's me. For home defense, it's a shotgun.


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I'll be darned... CAA resurrected the KPOS... only now it's for the P365 line. What's old is new again.
 
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Toy. Wouldn't waste my money on it. Why would you want to make things complicated for a HD firearm?


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I will admit I was dumb enough to buy one of these for a Glock years ago. I finally sold it this year at a big loss. They are moronic. Don't waste your money.
 
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I happened by a gun show booth that was selling them. After seeing the quality and the silly paint jobs like the abstract-painting-style splatter and the shark teeth, I am now firmly in the "toy" camp.
 
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A guy here schmoozed his way into IDPA PCC with one of these, Glock variety.

I don't know what his basic ability is but he was not keeping up with decent pistol shooters.
 
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I bought one for my Glock 19. Installed a red dot. It functions fine. I was hoping that it would improve my accuracy in the 25-50 yards range, but I don't think it really helped that.
It did make it easier to shoot quickly and maintain accuracy at shorter ranges in my experience.
I could imagine that it could be useful for home defense, but it was just a range toy for me.
YMMV...
 
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Range Toy. Spend the $300 on ammo and / or training.




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Remember - Training is not sparring. Sparring is not fighting. Fighting is not combat.
 
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I would just get a pcc or ar pistol and call it a day.
 
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I would just get a pcc or ar pistol and call it a day.


I agree! Will cost more initially, but you will end up with a better set up. JMO...
 
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