I’d like an external safety delete for this thing–the safety can accidentally be engaged while shooting, if you shoot with your thumbs high (I don’t, but still don’t like external safeties).
I also hope someone finds a way to suppress it–it would be like the 21A, but thinner, lighter, have more capacity, have an extractor, and be smaller. Since the barrel tilts, I don’t see a suppressor working with it.
I’m seeing a lot of reports of light strikes, especially on CCI mini-mags, which are usually high quality. I’m wondering if the reduced weight striker spring (return spring?) from the MCARBO kit might help (but I don’t want to spend $20 on a kit for one spring that may or may not help). I’m betting an extra-power hammer spring would help. However, since I don’t know what the OEM springs are, that’s a non-starter. I assume the hammer spring is going to be at least as strong as the 380 version, since 22LR revolvers usually have stronger springs.
Anyone have any recommendations or ideas?
I like to stick to high-quality 22LR so I can count on it being reliable, so the fact that minimags are having issues is worrisome. I have heard good reports about aguila, so I just got 5 boxes of their 40gr Interceptor, which is hyper-velocity stuff. I’ll report back with findings.