It’s fair to say that the launch of the Full Conceal pistol has been met with a mixture of skepticism and curiosity. After all, it’s a folding Glock that promises 21+1 rounds of 9mm and a cell phone footprint. Naturally, that’s going to invite some proverbial sideways glances. But the firearms industry is nothing if not innovative, and we believe all innovations deserve a fair shake. YouTuber Graham Baates agrees, which is why he wanted to take a closer look at the Full Conceal M3D.
Full Conceal M3D Tests
In the video above, Baates puts the Full Conceal M3D through a battery of tests. The first test is for magazine compatibility. Here, Baates tests the M3D with a variety of magazines, including the PMag that comes with the gun; TorkMag; ETS; Jagemann; ProMag; SGM Tactical and a few others.
Next, Baates tests out some hollow point defensive rounds in the M3D. These include Federal’s 150 gr and 124 gr HST; Speer 115gr GDHP; and Hornady’s 100 gr FTX Critical Defense Lite.
Finally, Baates conducts a practicality test. This involves drawing and shooting the folding gun from a pocket, both with and without a round in the chamber.
So how’d the Full Conceal M3D do? Watch the video above to find out.
To see more of Graham Baates’ videos, go to YouTube.com.
“Graham Baates” is a pen name used by a 15-year active U.S. Army veteran who spent most of his time in the tactical side of the Intelligence community including tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. Post-Army, Graham spent some time in the 3-Gun circuit before becoming a full-time NRA Certified defensive handgun instructor and now works as an industry writer while curating a YouTube channel on the side.
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