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  1. Thanks, that helped me understand it better. SIG...

    Thanks, that helped me understand it better. SIG had that contract, SIG replaced one gun with another, likely better gun in a more sensible caliber, after it passed the testing. Good, win-win.
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    Poll: I prefer Austrian but only because I have a soft...

    I prefer Austrian but only because I have a soft spot for the kangaroos.
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    I recently had to strap on my 1911 and I was...

    I recently had to strap on my 1911 and I was immediately reminded that a full sized (i.e. Commander) grip is a pretty long grip. Like, longer than all of my full sized 9 mm guns. That was a 45 ACP...
  4. Thread: One Platform

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    Nope, not in the one gun zone, don't expect it to...

    Nope, not in the one gun zone, don't expect it to be for some time.
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    I'll let him answer for himself although I think...

    I'll let him answer for himself although I think the answer will be affirmative. That said, GJM and I just recently saw a Limited GM smoke the stages at an accuracy-demanding match with a 34 MOS. I...
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    Honest question here. I could not ever fully...

    Honest question here. I could not ever fully understand partially tensioned vs fully tensioned from a safety standpoint, whether comparing Glocks to 1911 or Glocks to fully tensioned strikers. None...
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    Never been there in October but I presume it...

    Never been there in October but I presume it should not be too bad. We were there on Christmas once and the weather was cold and rainy enough to slow us down a bit. One week, counting one - two...
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    If you remember those triangular leaded groin /...

    If you remember those triangular leaded groin / gonad rad protectors, with long strings attached to go around the waist, we had somebody wrap them around the neck instead of a thyroid shield for the...
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    I missed how long you are going to stay and what...

    I missed how long you are going to stay and what time of the year it will be.

    In addition to many great points made above:

    - RER B train from the airport is an easy and inexpensive way to get...
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    I will take a couple of those flush fit hammers.

    I will take a couple of those flush fit hammers.
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    Sticky: The moving part is not an issue since if it...

    The moving part is not an issue since if it breaks off, the gadget retains a slide backplate functionality. For the debris, it is a theoretic possibility. Same as with hammer fired guns that are...
  12. Thread: Calling shots?

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    I was told yes, a couple of times. I am a...

    I was told yes, a couple of times.



    I am a last guy to say something on this subject. That out of the way, my experience is that being consciously cognizant of front sight position just before...
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    Still able to go through this link and then...

    Still able to go through this link and then scroll down to General Questions and Discussions subforum http://forum.ltwguns.com/
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    How many people shoot CO in your neck of the...

    How many people shoot CO in your neck of the woods? Locally, it may very well not exist at all, no one will notice.

    I liked the idea of it when it was introduced and I love the fact that folks...
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    I once saved a cat from freezing to death vs...

    I once saved a cat from freezing to death vs taking a 60 ft drop. The fucker then peed in my duffel bag and shoes. Won't save another one for nothing.
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    Only with hope that those PMags won't make it...

    Only with hope that those PMags won't make it there yet.

    You think those extended mags can be coupled together to sub as a walking stick?
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    Carry Optics with a 140mm mag, LOL. It's a...

    Carry Optics with a 140mm mag, LOL.

    It's a GO, Geriatric Open. Can't see the sights, need a dot. Can't reload, need a huge mag. Can't afford an open gun on social security check. I'd allow CO...
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    Not only I can't read today, I can't type too,...

    Not only I can't read today, I can't type too, but you all know what I meant.
  19. P.S. I really can't read. The highest level of...

    P.S. I really can't read. The highest level of recognition already excludes concealment handicap. Good.
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    I remember you posted a report about some issues...

    I remember you posted a report about some issues after the adoption. How has that progresses, or regressed?


    My Glocks's anxiety about being sold has been firmly cured by my HK's inability to...
  21. I shot part of this test on Thursday. Constraints...

    I shot part of this test on Thursday. Constraints of a public range made it impossible to shoot almost half of a test strings so this was not for score but to get a feel of it.

    I misread the...
  22. Thread: Hudson H9

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    H9 has options for thumb safeties. Thumb safeties...

    H9 has options for thumb safeties. Thumb safeties have been used with a great success for the same purpose that the Gadget exists for. Why even bother to design a niche accessory for a niche gun that...
  23. Thread: Hudson H9

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    That was my thought too right off. However, it...

    That was my thought too right off. However, it means minimum 2000 or whatever required production, ability to lower the trigger pull to competition range and some qualified gamers to at least weigh...
  24. Thread: Beretta 92FS AIWB?

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    A combination of a relatively short for the size...

    A combination of a relatively short for the size grip, rounded back of the slide (with a D hammer) and rear sight that's set forward relative to the back of a slide is what makes it so nice for AIWB....
  25. Thread: Beretta 92FS AIWB?

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    I thought that a 92 with a D hammer was the most...

    I thought that a 92 with a D hammer was the most concealable big gun I've carried. I carried a shorter barrel options ad then I switched to a Compact before going back to HK, liked the Compact even...
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