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Posted: 2 Days 7 Hours ago by: MoondogRe: Carry Pistols By: Cougar428 to MOONDOG on Sat Feb 04 2023 07:14 am One of my range buddies carries a steel framed PPQ with a Trijicon MRO optic. His match gun is a steel frame PPQ with a Trijicon SRO. The SRO hasa good field of
Posted: 3 Days 10 Hours ago by: Cougar428Ah - that I can understand. If it's not comfortable to hold, it may not be very accurate in your hands. Wow - checking out reviews for SAI modified Glocks, alot of people like them. They sound kind of extravagant though. STI looks i
Posted: 5 Days 8 Hours ago by: MoondogRe: Carry Pistols By: Cougar428 to DAITENGU on Wed Feb 01 2023 11:55 am I am not a Glock fan. There's nothing wrong with them mechanically. I'm not a fan of the grip angle. Most pistols I can draw and through muscle memory assume a
Posted: 6 Days 5 Hours ago by: DaiTenguRe: Carry Pistols By: Cougar428 to DAITENGU on Wed Feb 01 2023 11:55 am The consensus is that you either love a Glock, or hate it. There is no middle ground. I've fired a few. I don't care for them. The ones I've used felt like I w
Posted: 6 Days 5 Hours ago by: Cougar428Isn't the Glock 20 chanbered in 10mm? I thought the Glock 21 was chambered in .45 ACP... Not a Glock fan, I get it. I don't own one, but see alot of reviews that they are a decent weapon. Just wondering, have you had bad experiences
Posted: 7 Days 2 Hours ago by: DaiTenguRe: Carry Pistols By: Ted Long to Nuke on Mon Jan 30 2023 12:34 pm I wouldn't give you a single bottle of beer, much less a whole truckload for a Glock 20. Or any Glock for that matter. DaiTengu ....He who laughs, lasts.
Posted: 8 Days 4 Hours ago by: Ted LongRe: Carry Pistols By: Nuke to Limawhiskey on Fri Dec 30 2022 04:36 pm I wouldn't trade my Glock 20 for a truckload of beer. .45 AGP gets the job done.
Posted: 16 Days 9 Hours ago by: Cougar428Hi Tim, none of my business but since you mentioned age - how old are you now? Thanks, Cougar
Posted: 20 Days 1 Hour ago by: TimRe: firearms By: Wyse Guy to Tim on Wed Jan 18 2023 02:07 pm exactly
Posted: 20 Days 3 Hours ago by: Wyse GuyRE: firearms BY: Tim to Wyse Guy on Wed Jan 18 2023 09:49 am Which sense? Smell? Taste? Sight? This is important because I think it's important to clarify statements that have the potential for much harm. -WG
Posted: 20 Days 10 Hours ago by: TimRe: firearms By: Wyse Guy to Tim on Tue Jan 17 2023 05:43 pm Ones that has sense. Correction.
Posted: 20 Days 23 Hours ago by: MoondogRe: firearms By: DaiTengu to Tim on Tue Jan 17 2023 09:23 am In the "wrong hands" I would consider those who are using them to commit crimes, violent behavior, those who are mentally ill or mentally unstable.
Posted: 21 Days 6 Hours ago by: TimRe: firearms By: DaiTengu to Tim on Tue Jan 17 2023 09:23 am Yeah gotta keep em seperated
Posted: 21 Days 10 Hours ago by: DaiTenguRe: firearms By: Tim to All on Mon Jan 16 2023 09:35 pm "everyone should have one" "in the correct hands" Which one is it? there are plenty of "incorrect hands" that fall into the "everyone" category. DaiTengu ....Bedfellows
Posted: 21 Days 22 Hours ago by: TimEveryone should have one. In the correct hands. Gonna get bad in future of the usa. sad'.
Posted: 25 Days 5 Hours ago by: MoondogRe: Therapy By: Weatherman to All on Thu Jan 12 2023 03:43 pm Shooting is a perishable skill. Acquiring a sight picture and a smooth trigger pull isn't easy if everthing feels wrong.
Posted: 25 Days 23 Hours ago by: Jimmy AndersonAgreed! And in a situation where you only have a pointy thing and there's an active shooter or something... If you can't hide, go for the eyes!
Posted: 28 Days 11 Hours ago by: JIMMY ANDERSONYep! Great ideas! My wife has an LCP II in .380 that is a great little backup! I've thought of getting a MAX...
Posted: 28 Days 22 Hours ago by: MoondogRe: Re: Carry Pistols By: Weatherman to Jimmy Anderson on Sun Jan 08 2023 07:43 am Tactical pens and other pokey devices have value. A tactical pen or letter opener can pierce a lung or an artery in a neck. Your choice of attack poin
Posted: 29 Days 4 Hours ago by: Dumas WalkerI have always suspected that they are going after rifles more lately because they figured out that their private body guards are more likely to carry a handgun and they don't want to have to give the body guards up. "They" in this case be
Posted: 29 Days 16 Hours ago by: WeathermanNothing has changed, hand-and-foot still outpaces firearms. And don't forget that the lowly handgun accounts for far more deaths than that scary and deadly-looking AR-15 (or ANY rifle forthat matter).
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