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  1. MDS, the rifles mostly stay in waterproof cases,...

    MDS, the rifles mostly stay in waterproof cases, strapped to the inflatable canoe, except when we are actively hunting. Too much water coming in and out of the boat, and other than Astro and...
  2. Thread: 4" Redhawk .44

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    The obvious appeal of the semi auto is it weighs...

    The obvious appeal of the semi auto is it weighs less, is easier to carry, easier to shoot, and carries more cartridges. In some pistols, like the Glock, the better the load is for penetrating, the...
  3. Here are some photos: ...

    Here are some photos:

    http://i250.photobucket.com/albums/gg251/GJMandes/moose141_zps92154888.jpg

    http://i250.photobucket.com/albums/gg251/GJMandes/moose142_zps057fc70d.jpg
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  4. Why I like Glock pistols (when out moose hunting)

    Here is the short story. Flew out on floats Sunday afternoon, to be in position for the start of moose season this morning. Bears also like our camping spot. This morning at first light, paddled a...
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    I believe all three are different. As a practical...

    I believe all three are different. As a practical matter, you can get Trijicon three dot from them, or a plain black or fiber optic from Dawson:

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    VP9 and Beretta 92: ...

    VP9 and Beretta 92:

    http://i250.photobucket.com/albums/gg251/GJMandes/imagejpg1_zps8f15be7a.jpg
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    USP C and Beretta 92 slide comparison. ...

    USP C and Beretta 92 slide comparison.

    http://i250.photobucket.com/albums/gg251/GJMandes/imagejpg1_zps90b22a2b.jpg
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    How is your opinion on Sig any different than...

    How is your opinion on Sig any different than Bowie's or Gray's opinion on the VP9? I don't believe Bowie and Gray owe an oath of loyalty to HK any more than you do to Sig. I am interested in all...
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    Ernest Langdon's preferred combo is a Vertec...

    Ernest Langdon's preferred combo is a Vertec upper and M9A1 lower. Vertec upper on a compact lower is not recommended due to a different internal rail dimension. Short answer is you can mix Centurion...
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    $10 :) Kidding aside, if Ben Stoeger, Ernest...

    $10 :)

    Kidding aside, if Ben Stoeger, Ernest Langdon and Bill Wilson all use the 18 round MecGar, that is good enough for me. Plus, my experience with them has been excellent, after following...
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    GregCoteLLC hits it out of the park on selection,...

    GregCoteLLC hits it out of the park on selection, service and price.


    http://www.gregcotellc.com/cart/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=97_126&products_id=574
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    In order of preference: 1) MecGar 18 2) OEM...

    In order of preference:

    1) MecGar 18

    2) OEM PVD

    3) everything else.

    Ernest Langdon and Bill Wilson concur on MecGar.
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    Perhaps chicken versus egg, but consider the...

    Perhaps chicken versus egg, but consider the following. Did Randy Lee develop his parts because hundreds or thousands of folks reported crappy triggers, or did Randy simply look at the design and...
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    I don't know Bruce Gray, but a number of these...

    I don't know Bruce Gray, but a number of these comments seem unfair to a guy, whose shop represents the gold standard in trigger work on Sig and HK pistols.

    We applauded Randy Lee for bringing...
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    I don't see this as related to reputation. ...

    I don't see this as related to reputation.

    Reputation is what causes folks to gush over something (VP9), or express skepticism (Sig320), at new product introduction absent significant real world...
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    http://sigforum.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/430601935/m...

    http://sigforum.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/430601935/m/9510067063/p/2


    From Bruce Gray in this thread:

    The trigger bar spring is a long 3-stranded affair that's bent into a S-curve. It's specific...
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    My reaction is that when Joe Sixpack says there...

    My reaction is that when Joe Sixpack says there is a problem, I don't necessarily pay much attention. When someone with Bruce Gray's expertise says the new P224 .40 is under sprung, or the new VP9...
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    I would be interested in hearing more details...

    I would be interested in hearing more details about your ejector failures. Given the number of shotguns you had out there, you probably had a big enough sample to see trends.
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    I am struck by so many unusual things about the...

    I am struck by so many unusual things about the VP9.

    1) how long it took HK to develop this pistol.

    2) how powerful the HK brand is, that normally cautious folks gushed about this pistol as...
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    Interesting on this failure -- first I heard of...

    Interesting on this failure -- first I heard of it was in the Sig Forum thread. Also interesting on VP9 versus 320 comments, reference complexity of the VP9 as a negative.
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    You have just surpassed my pay grade, as I ...

    You have just surpassed my pay grade, as I haven't experienced 92 problems. At the May Langdon class, we put 11,000 rounds down range through 19 92s without a single stoppage.
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    Probably more practical and achievable than 1,000...

    Probably more practical and achievable than 1,000 days of sex.
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    Is the pistol lubed, and us the ammo of...

    Is the pistol lubed, and us the ammo of reasonable (meaning enough) power factor? Other than one dry Beretta, I can't remember a single stoppage in any of my 92 pistols. Lube fixed that instantly.
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    Assuming practical as opposed to gaming, I would...

    Assuming practical as opposed to gaming, I would go Nordic +1, their clamp, the rail accessory for the light and the sling mount on left side. I also have the Briley +2 and didn't like how it...
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    Holster, singular, says nothing. Now your...

    Holster, singular, says nothing.

    Now your holster ROOM, that speaks volumes.
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