Origami Guns

This week Michael tackles the Recover Tactical 20/20 brace system for the Glock. He also spends some time with the Taurus 605 .357 for people who like big recoil from a snub.

Triggered, previously SGO and Down Range TV, covers in depth topics and products related to shooting sports and personal defense. Host Michael Bane covers new products from the firearms industry like no other.

Featured in this episode:

“Theory and Practice of a Glock Brace”/Kevin Creighton

Recover Tactical

“Buyers Guide: Stocks for Your Glock Pistol”/Dave Merrill. RECOIL

Taurus 605 .357


  1. Wow, I never heard of that! One of the great things about Triggered is discovering cool stuff you didn’t know existed! The downside is that sometimes this drains the money out of my wallet! Thank you, Michael!

  2. The little Taurus looks like a good compromise in .357, though not a lot a lot of fun to shoot with full-power loads. I think it was Mel Tappan who suggested treating such revolvers as “heavy duty .38s”! I consider anything lighter than a Ruger SP101 (26-27 ounces) to be too light for effective shooting with .357, at least in my hands.

    I bought an LCR-357 after hearing your experiences with the 9mm version. The extra weight over the aluminum LCR really helps with .38+P: it’s not at all unpleasant to shoot, and I can run it fairly fast. The .357, on the other hand, is too much of a good thing in a 17-ounce handgun! It’s great to be able to use .357 brass for making up practice loads, however, and it means I can put together a hot +P handload without fear it will be used in a .38 revolver by accident.

    By the way, I look forward to seeing how your Glock 34 in the Recover Tactical chassis performs when you have sights for it!


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