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    The Streamlight HL-X is WAY too big for the...

    The Streamlight HL-X is WAY too big for the little Rattler. Will have to switch to a proper Scout light at some point later this year.

    I heard the Aimpoint Fairy is almost ready to start...
  2. I concur with the general idea that no one should...

    I concur with the general idea that no one should be without two different sized handguns. And by that I mean one "belt" gun and something else that can be pocket carried.

    Here is the...
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    Seven rounds, I think. I'll have to dig out a box...

    Seven rounds, I think. I'll have to dig out a box of .32ACP and confirm.

    Good point on the slits for the CZ27.

    Looking at CZ50 mags, I'm seeing a mix of flat baseplates and extended finger...
  4. I quoted this and added the emphasis. Not because...

    I quoted this and added the emphasis. Not because I think you are wrong, but because I am afraid you are right. And I wanted it repeated here, because I'm gonna have to go sit in the corner for...
  5. It's okay to not be sure yet. Let's set aside...

    It's okay to not be sure yet.

    Let's set aside which gun and focus for a minute on the mission. The late Pat Roger's always said, "Mission drives the gear train." I often think of it as, "The...
  6. Pistol Thoughts: Are you a GSSF Member? GSSF...

    Pistol Thoughts:

    Are you a GSSF Member? GSSF Members get Blue Label Coupons for Glocks. It makes supply much easier.

    If not, get a 2-year membership ($60) and when you first coupon arrives...
  7. Generally yes. The case length of a .32ACP...

    Generally yes.

    The case length of a .32ACP and .380ACP are identical. The rim diameter of the .32 is smaller than the rim diameter of .380, but .32 ACP has the same diameter rim as a .380 mouth....
  8. Ah. I'm picking up what you're putting down now. ...

    Ah. I'm picking up what you're putting down now.

    Man...I've written four responses to this and I've finally come to the following conclusion:

    No it is not an unreasonable amount of training....
  9. Shield EZ9? I've looked pretty hard at it and may...

    Shield EZ9? I've looked pretty hard at it and may yet take the 'plunge' and try it out. Just wish they hadn't done a 'mix and match' on the sights for it, but Tru-Glo now has decent sights for that...
  10. To answer the question(s) directly - No - I do...

    To answer the question(s) directly - No - I do not view the safety/decocking as impossible to train. I view some safety mechanisms as requiring more training to run appropriately than others. But all...
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    Help ID'ing Magazine

    Found this among my dad's stuff. It's a .32ACP mag, he didn't have a .32ACP gun when he died. But over the years I know he had the following .32s: Dreyse 1907, CZ 27, CZ 50, CZ 70 - I suspect this is...
  12. Some great thoughts in here so far. I sat and...

    Some great thoughts in here so far.

    I sat and looked it over for awhile. And realized that since 2006, I've carried about 10-different 'belt' guns:

    4" K-Frame ('06)
    Ruger P95 ('06-07,...
  13. Tough to say from there. But it looks like your...

    Tough to say from there. But it looks like your shooting hand thumb actually shifts as your hands come together in the press out, I slowed it down and watched your thumbs as much as possible. Of...
  14. Oof let's not get into an argument of how springs...

    Oof let's not get into an argument of how springs work.

    I do want to try one of those BH lever mag releases though.

    Because levers are superior to buttons.
  15. Dude. If I had a nickel for every time I've tried...

    Dude. If I had a nickel for every time I've tried to chamber check my 1911 airsoft gun before doing drills, I'd be rich.

    We're talking, retire and open my own country, rich....
  16. Please be aware, I am not attempting to be...

    Please be aware, I am not attempting to be combative when I write the following.

    1) It is not necessary to ride the thumb safety while the gun is still in the holster to reliably deactivate it. ...
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    I guess that's part of my difficulty. I'm not...

    I guess that's part of my difficulty. I'm not sure I ever had the conversation with myself, yet I clearly came to the conclusion that I have no problem in taking another person's life if justified. ...
  18. No interference for me. My support hand sits a...

    No interference for me. My support hand sits a little lower than you. When I click the safety down and ride it, the tip of my shooting thumb touches the support hand thumb knuckle (wow what a...
  19. #MeToo...

    #MeToo

    This is another factor for me is I really don't want more magazines and holsters...(which is a lie, I'm a fiend for good holsters...as you know).
  20. The expense of switching guns is literally the...

    The expense of switching guns is literally the limiting factor behind my decisions to not switch as often.

    We'll see what the rest of 2021 brings, but there is the distinct possibility of being...
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    I miss Dr. Aprill for his measured response and...

    I miss Dr. Aprill for his measured response and thinking in many respects.

    But dude, 9mm Speed Six is the heat. You know where to find me if you decide you need to part with it. :D

    ___

    This...
  22. Solid stuff! Thank you Cecil for taking the time....

    Solid stuff! Thank you Cecil for taking the time.

    But alas, you're saying I can't fix a FUT situation by just getting a weapon out?

    ~Sigh~

    Yea, there is nothing quite like two dudes...
  23. If it works for you...My opinion as a 1911...

    If it works for you...My opinion as a 1911 shooter - the placement of the safety on the CZ is the reason I don't shoot SA CZs. In order to establish a grip on the gun, you end up deactivating the...
  24. What makes you change your primary (and secondary) firearms?

    I saw one of GJM's older posts in the CZ P10 thread. Mentioning a love-hate relationship with Glock and a tendency to move every 6-12 months or so. It made me think about my own tendency to be a 'gun...
  25. There is a lot to digest on these thoughts here,...

    There is a lot to digest on these thoughts here, BBI (especially bolded). Thanks for them.

    Since we have a sizeable number of ECQC Alumni here - anyone have thoughts to help us contextualize the...
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