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Nintendo gun..

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recurve bow for me, no iron sights, scope, peep sights

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Tried the p238 today.  Very comfortable to shoot compared to my PPK which bites into my hand.  I could shoot the p238 all day.  Trigger is no where near as nice as the PPK, but oh well.  Sights work nice.

 

I think it has replaced the PPK as my carry gun.

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I've been selling off most of my headphones as I live in my own house now and have been using a speaker system.  I'm not abandoning Head-Fi as I still like to read about developments for portables.  That said, the money that's coming in from headphones is buying me some nice new guns!

 

Springfield Loaded Target in 9mm:

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Since this pic was taken, I've added a magwell, changed the grips, and painted the front sight:

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I've got at my FFL right now as well a S&W M&P9 FS and a SIG 229 German which I probably won't be able to pick up until Saturday but that should be it for now!

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I had a Sig P238, and thought it was a great little pistol (sort of a mini 1911)... brought it to the range, and it shot like a dream... accurate, little recoil, etc.. Yet, in the end, I wasn't really comfortable with a SA for CC, so I sold it.

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Originally Posted by Richiyaado View Post

I had a Sig P238, and thought it was a great little pistol (sort of a mini 1911)... brought it to the range, and it shot like a dream... accurate, little recoil, etc.. Yet, in the end, I wasn't really comfortable with a SA for CC, so I sold it.


 

Yea, the 'cocked and locked' doesn't bother me that much.

 

The safety switch is firm enough that I'm not afraid of it switching off when holstered.

 

I really wish it had a decocking lever though!

post #1372 of 1606
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Originally Posted by Towert7 View Post

Yea, the 'cocked and locked' doesn't bother me that much.

 

The safety switch is firm enough that I'm not afraid of it switching off when holstered.

 

I really wish it had a decocking lever though!


Yeah, not gonna happen on those 1911 designs.  Definitely psychological and training adjustment necessary.  

 

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When Neo went to rescue Morpheus he wanted "Guns, lots of Guns" Apparently being The One isn't much without an MP5.


Here is my '93 .44 mag Ruger Vaquero.
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post #1374 of 1606
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Originally Posted by Towert7 View Post


 

Yea, the 'cocked and locked' doesn't bother me that much.

 

The safety switch is firm enough that I'm not afraid of it switching off when holstered.

 

I really wish it had a decocking lever though!



Yeah, probably just a psychological thing... thought I'd be comfortable with just snicking off the safety, but couldn't stop thinking about it... I ended up getting an LCP for everyday pocket carry. (Okay, I'm a wuss!) ;)

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A glimpse of one of my G19s.

 

 

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Been away from here for awhile, and haven't been doing much acquiring on account of being in graduate school, but I do have one new addition down here with me to share:

 

Kahr PM9

 

Kahr PM9. Cute little bugger. Kinda beats the everloving snot out of your hand though. Not really a daily shooter, but oh-so-nice to carry.



Aren'

t these nice pistols?  Mine has a very smooth trigger pull and even handles heavy 9mm+ comfortably. beerchug.gif

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a muzzle break just redirects the gas to the sides instead of back.  It's not a supressor, it actually makes things louder.

 

 



Are you familiar with the Vais line of muzzle brakes?  Very effective in allowing you to spot your own hits and shooters bedise me on the line say it's no louder to them than an un-braked rifle.  There's a small chamber inside the back where it screws on that allows gases to access the longitudinal holes ahead of when the gases get to the transverse drillings.  I really like mine.

 

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I wasn't really making any commentary other than to say it's not a silencer :)

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I had a PM9 for a while but I hated to shoot it so it's gone.

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My wife's got the stainless mini kahr.  I like that well enough, although it's the only pistol I've ever accidentally discharged.  

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