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    Is Ruger still offering the free upgrade to the...

    Is Ruger still offering the free upgrade to the transfer bar safety system? If so, take advantage of it. There is no advantage in not having it.


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    We need a lot more of this! I don’t know which...

    We need a lot more of this! I don’t know which is ultimately more valuable: having that many ladies get to try things out for themselves, or everyone else (either the ladies themselves or husbands,...
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    My recollection is likely less than perfect, but...

    My recollection is likely less than perfect, but I recall thinking when the Night Guard series was introduced, S&W had a great idea that they ruined by having few model configurations that made...
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    Can anyone suggest a good rule of thumb for...

    Can anyone suggest a good rule of thumb for approximate desirable length of pull based on the height of the shooter?


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    If one of these lights is mounted on a Glock and...

    If one of these lights is mounted on a Glock and holstered, how much space results between the holster and trigger area? Is the trigger area still adequately protected by the holster?



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  6. Having not researched the legalities in any of...

    Having not researched the legalities in any of the relevant states, I would think something fed with a detachable box magazine would be advantageous. If the gun must be kept unloaded, then the speed...
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    Found this answer to my question. Apparently Sig...

    Found this answer to my question. Apparently Sig now uses an extensive drop test procedure for new pistols including the P365 but is not applying it to pre-existing designs.
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  8. If that is the story then Colt is back on my list...

    If that is the story then Colt is back on my list of companies whose products I will purchase.



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  9. As I said in my initial post in this thread, I...

    As I said in my initial post in this thread, I have been a Colt fan for a long time. I would be happy if this is wrong and I can put Colt back on my list of options. We will hopefully learn whether...
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    Does anyone know of any drop testing done on a...

    Does anyone know of any drop testing done on a P365?



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    New pistol light project

    I completely agree. The ability to quickly switch out a battery is valuable. Perhaps a best of both worlds solution would be a light that can run on a single 16350 cell or a CR123 cell. Most...
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    Plenty of good comments above, but the ones that...

    Plenty of good comments above, but the ones that really stand out to me are those of Orionz06 and Krax.

    I would like a WML on my concealed carry guns, but holster availability is the single...
  13. The exact words in the release were "regaining"...

    The exact words in the release were "regaining" military contracts, which seems to indicate that they don't actually have them yet.

    Please explain how ceasing civilian sales helps them regain...
  14. As others noted, selecting clothing to fit around...

    As others noted, selecting clothing to fit around the gun is critical, as is a good quality belt. My favorite belts are the Beltman cowhide belts, which I have in the 1 1/4 inch width in black and...
  15. The article was 100% correct in pointing out that...

    The article was 100% correct in pointing out that ending civilian sales does not help them in acquiring these contracts. IF they actually had the contracts and needed 100% of their capacity, I would...
  16. The article also correctly pointed out that there...

    The article also correctly pointed out that there was no apparent reason why this was necessary. If they don't actually have the contracts, then there is no reason why they can't keep making guns...
  17. That is contrary to the link in the original...

    That is contrary to the link in the original post. Do you have other information?
  18. I have been a big fan of Colt products since I...

    I have been a big fan of Colt products since I first started shooting. Colt's decision has now changed that. There is nothing they make that I cannot get from another source that doesn't consider...
  19. If one is concerned about the light being a...

    If one is concerned about the light being a target, wouldn’t a headlamp be the worst possible choice? Even put in the woods, wouldn’t 2 legged predators be one of the biggest concerns?

    At least a...
  20. Hardly a day goes by when I do not find myself in...

    Hardly a day goes by when I do not find myself in light conditions that would make threat identification possible but seeing non-tritium sights difficult.


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  21. Thread: Sig P365 SAS

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    Seecamp is an interesting case. They initiated...

    Seecamp is an interesting case. They initiated the trend of trying to chamber a bigger cartridge in a smaller gun. However, when North American Arms began selling their Guardians - essentially...
  22. ANY serious defensive light will put out more...

    ANY serious defensive light will put out more than enough lumens so that, if it is used indoors, everything in the room will instantly be lighted, including the user. There is no need to point the...
  23. Having not read the entire thread, I see...

    Having not read the entire thread, I see distinctions being made between a concealed carry gun and a home defense gun.

    I have occasionally had a need to search in a location other than my home. ...
  24. Now, let's be fair. She does crank out...

    Now, let's be fair. She does crank out sufficiently persuasive lies to keep the uninformed sending in their money, probably more than enough to support that salary.
  25. In 2019 weapon lights are mandatory....convince me otherwise

    Last spring, my wife, kids and I were returning home, with me and the kids going in the front door of the darkened house, believing my wife was behind us. When I entered the house, I heard a noise...
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