Posted by Admin on 9th Aug 2022
Shooting Illustrated - Review: Tisas PX-9 GEN3 Duty
"The pistol proved 100-percent reliable, as long as you ensured the magazine was locked in place. With the flared magazine well in the gun, the base of the magazines is flush with the base of the mag well. When loading the gun, slamming the magazine with the palm of your support hand as taught in training ensures it’s locked in place. If you get tentative with a tactical or speed reload, you might find yourself with a class-one malfunction. If I were carrying the gun, particularly concealed, I might remove the mag well to ensure the magazine positively locks in place even with a casual smack, but the TISAS and I haven’t spent enough time together to be sure. For home defense, I’d add a weaponlight and sleep comfortably at night. But then, I have a 10-pound dog that thinks he’s a Rottweiler. He provides the alarm; the Tisas PX-9 provides the security."
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