I guess it depends on what mag they use. If they reuse the Five Seven mag, then you can get the CMMG 30 rd extension. Personally, I think the 20rd mag is probably fine.Unless they figured how to fit it with a 30 round magazine, I'll pass
No - it is sensitive to minor variations of powder charge. At least with regards to a charge that will cycle a semi-autoIs the cartridge easy to reload?
It does.I’ve heard that factory ammo uses some coating or something that makes it pretty “fun”.
I paid 30-40 CPR for the 7K rounds I have, Right now ball ammo is about 90 CPR.I’d be in for one of these guns if the reloading side wasn’t a chore from the sounds of it. How much is factory ammo? My most recent handgun purchase costs $3 per round.
Yes, I have thousands of once fired cases (almost all of it acquired in a gun purchase). I gave a few hundred away to a NWFA member who wanted to try to reload it.I want something I feel comfortable reloading. Unfortunately I do not think that is ever going to happen with this caliber. YES you can reload it BUT YOU better know what you are doing. That laquer on the cases make it so you can't even pickup range brass as it wears off in the weather. OH well.
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I would bet that has something to do with ammo scarcity and pricing. Seriously, would you buy a gun if there was no ammo available for it?The Ruger was successful? I see them sitting on shelves most of the time.
And/or people holding onto $ instead of spending it.I would bet that has something to do with ammo scarcity and pricing. Seriously, would you buy a gun if there was no ammo available for it?
Right now, the wise ones only buy any guns, chambered for ammo they have or can get (and can afford), and 5.7x28 ammo right now is 3X the cost it was pre-pandemic, IF you can find it (the only 5.7 ammo I have seen reliably available is AE FMJ). I have 7K rounds of 5.7x28, so I am not buying any more ammo until the price returns to near "normal" (at least half what it is now).The only folks buying 5.7x28 guns these days already have ammo.