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    Which is why I have two Vdevgru Megingjörðs, one...

    Which is why I have two Vdevgru Megingjörðs, one or the other of which gets used every single day. Game-changer for my back injury, too.
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    Regardless of the actual output, my (three)...

    Regardless of the actual output, my (three) PL350’s eclipse my (also, three- one 600-lumen and two 1000 lumen) X300U’s by such a wide margin there is absolutely no comparison.

    The X300’s have...
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    Strictly speaking, you are correct- but this...

    Strictly speaking, you are correct- but this specific Loctite formula works extremely well for optics and iron sight adjustment locking screws, all the way down to 3-40 (the microscopic Colt Python...
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    Next time, use this. Trust me. ...

    Next time, use this. Trust me.

    https://www.amazon.com/Loctite-37087-Medium-Strength-Threadlocker/dp/B000132VBW
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    Do twins count?

    Do twins count?
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    I have a few of the CD-2’s in the front of my...

    I have a few of the CD-2’s in the front of my belt and run the 333 as a spare carrier. I have to admit, it never occurred to me to run the CD-2 in IWB- that might be a great idea.
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    Actual, low-profile speedloader carriers seem to...

    Actual, low-profile speedloader carriers seem to have half the rounds straddle the belt. I haven’t found anything available for my SL Comp-II loaders that I like for this purpose, so far.

    The...
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    To be honest, I expected this to be an issue. ...

    To be honest, I expected this to be an issue. One of my Pythons is factory-zeroed with seven clicks available to lower the POI- not nearly enough to solve for this front sight (but perfectly...
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    My POI moved up 6” at 25 yards, and I ran out of...

    My POI moved up 6” at 25 yards, and I ran out of rear sight adjustment. It needs to be 0.018-0.020” taller to work properly on the Python.

    I’m looking at building a .020” shim to raise the front...
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    SA weight before, and after, 1000 dry-fires on...

    SA weight before, and after, 1000 dry-fires on snap-caps, with the second example. It tracks very well with the first one.
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    I stumbled upon this (apparently created in...

    I stumbled upon this (apparently created in September 2021) website, apparently selling knockoff Variants.

    https://www.slvariant.com/product/k-234-6-shot-k-frame-38spl-357mag/

    Anyone actually...
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    Well, I am originally from New York, after all. ...

    Well, I am originally from New York, after all. No former New Yorker should not have a NY reload at one’s disposal, nu?
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    One sympathizes. I feel your pain. (But I...

    One sympathizes. I feel your pain.

    (But I managed to stay under MSRP in both cases).
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    Just a minor maintenance heads-up: At about 1100...

    Just a minor maintenance heads-up: At about 1100 rounds, I thought I noticed a very- very slight difference in the fit of my side plate at the seam just outboard of the left grip. No issues with...
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    I’ve carried these for years. I bought a few in...

    I’ve carried these for years. I bought a few in Japan.

    Pilot Capless. (Sold in the USA as “Vanishing Point”).

    The ‘mechanical watch’ of pens.

    (And capable of very nasty things, if...
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    I waited over a year and a half before picking...

    I waited over a year and a half before picking one of these up, and I’m glad I did. All reports say current production is good to go, which has certainly been the case with mine (a bit over 1000...
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    Followup: These modern, 3rd generation...

    Followup:

    These modern, 3rd generation (1979-1985) target Python stock reproductions have solved my traction issues with the OEM stocks.

    They fit the modern Python every bit as well as the...
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    I have a set of 3rd generation Python stocks I...

    I have a set of 3rd generation Python stocks I will be installing. The factory grips, while attractive, are too small for my hands while running fast cylinder dumps with full power .357.

    I did a...
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    Just re-checked after reaching 1000 rounds (480...

    Just re-checked after reaching 1000 rounds (480 full-house .357, the rest .38 spl +P) , plus around 2K dry presses on snap caps. (This might explain why my DA press with the thing seems to be...
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    Full disclosure: I was on their pro staff for a...

    Full disclosure: I was on their pro staff for a few years. I still happily pay full price for their items now.

    With that out of the way, I would strongly suggest you head over to KUHL.com and...
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    Mine (date coded for September) is within a...

    Mine (date coded for September) is within a couple ounces of yours measured with the same model of trigger scale. The smooth (not ‘stacky’) DA press in this particular revolver has been really good...
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    Perhaps you misunderstand the meaning of MSRP,...

    Perhaps you misunderstand the meaning of MSRP, manufacturer’s suggested retail price. It has always been $1499 on the new Python [reference January 2020 Colt press release].

    The prices are still...
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    I can say it IS possible to make the OEM stocks...

    I can say it IS possible to make the OEM stocks work, at least for me. But compared to the utilitarian Hogues on my (ancient) 4” 686, it is more work, for sure. Those Hogues may be ugly, but they...
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    That is not “well below MSRP”. MSRP on the...

    That is not “well below MSRP”.

    MSRP on the Python is $1499, and I paid a bit less than that for mine (even after taxes) a few weeks ago. With a very few suppliers NOT gouging on these, it may be...
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    Article on the subject: ...

    Article on the subject: https://www.shootingillustrated.com/content/first-look-ameriglo-haven-red-dot-pistol-sight/
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