I’ve installed most of the MCarbo upgrades to my gen 2 sub 2000 in .40. I was able to get everything reassembled and realized that man, as a lefty, that might dig into my index finger once I run it.
It turns out that when I took it to the range everything was working fine. Except my left index finger was releasing the mag after each shot. Curling my index finger around the mag release to pull the trigger isn’t going to fly.
I should have thought through this particular upgrade as a southpaw, so that was an oversight on my part.
What I considered doing is trying to find a way to soften (melt) the MCarbo extended mag release and rotate it upwards. Without damaging the pistol grip in the process.
But the clearance on the magazine release side just isn’t there. I will likely resort to dremeling some of the MCarbo extended release off and sanding it until it is similar to the Keltec factory mag release.
I’d much prefer that option to popping all that Loctite and stuff flying everywhere just to reinstall the factory mag release.
Y’all wish me luck and if anyone has better suggestions please pass them along.