I find the ejection of spent cases most interesting. I noticed they all bounced off of the rear, flared portion of the ejection port, some being pushed out by the slide returning to battery rather than a clean exit once contacting the ejector. I have to wonder if his ejector is an extended one or somewhat in between. I expected to see clean ejections from a pistol shot by him.
Very cool, especially to see the bullet leave before the barrel disengages the lugs in the slide. I used to think that the projectile lost some velocity due to blowback, which was countered by gas ports in other designs like desert eagle, AK, etc. But the locking barrel makes the 1911 so cool.
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