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  1. Nice looking piece of history. Enjoy it.
  2. I agreed with most also, but I'm guessing he never played with a Walter PK380. It was the 380easy before smith did it. Yea the revolver bs does need to stop. Hell I can't and won't spend the time to get good with 1
  3. Figured as much, but had to ask. Guess that gun doesn't like that pill.
  4. Being shoulder fired makes it easier with less practice. I'm thinking of trying one with the Steiner M&P mag block, since I'm sticking with the M&Ps. Will Glock 19 mags work with your lower? I realize 15 rounds goes really quick, but kind of interested since I'm getting a compact.
  5. I've been looking into doing an ar9 pistol build, and was wondering about that short of a barrel. What do you think of the 4" on yours? I was thinking of 8-9"for the increased velocity. Would you do 4" again or go longer? What mags are you running?
  6. Just had a M.A.C. video playing and it is 130gr syntech, if I heard correct.
  7. Never can tell just what bullet a rifle likes. I have to ask, did you try a ladder test to see what powder charge gave tightest groups with that bullet and powder combo?
  8. It also depends on powder as you mentioned earlier. Guess Federal has come out with PCC 9mm ammo for longer barrels. Tim from Military Arms Channel uses a lot of it and likes it. Think it is 135gr
  9. From what I have seen, there is a sweet spot between longer is better and too long and slows the bullet down. 45acp is something like 7-8 inches. 9mm is longer
  10. I have carried a lc9 for 3-4 years and before that a Springfield Champion light weight 1911 for 2-3. The LC9 has Never been comfortable, no matter how it is carried. While the bigger, heavier 1911 just disappears at the 4oclock position. I will also carry a Sig P6 or a Walther PK380 on occasion and that damn Ruger is the most uncomfortable 1 of the bunch even though it is the smallest and lightest.
  11. I have carried a lc9 for 3-4 years and before that a Springfield Champion light weight 1911 for 2-3. The LC9 has Never been comfortable, no matter how it is carried. While the bigger, heavier 1911 just disappears at the 4oclock position. I will also carry a Sig P6 or a Walther PK380 on occasion and that damn Ruger is the most uncomfortable 1 of the bunch even though it is the smallest and lightest.
  12. Nice. Don't know anything about that mount.
  13. So how are you mounting the red dot, and what dot did you go with?
  14. Bob

    9/11/01

    I still get choked up
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