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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Your words are saying no, but your font is saying...

    Your words are saying no, but your font is saying yes.
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    I don't wish for that because they'd undoubtedly...

    I don't wish for that because they'd undoubtedly f' it up just like Sig and Colt did. They'd also be more expensive than any of us would be willing to pay. At this point, I'd just be happy if...
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    Those grips are so sweet.

    Those grips are so sweet.
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    The only thing I hate more than giving advice is...

    The only thing I hate more than giving advice is being asked for it.

    I give "works for me" as much respect as I do "personal preference ". They both may be valid statements, but more often...
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    Gun Jesus comes up with some interesting stuff.

    Gun Jesus comes up with some interesting stuff.
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    That's probably the best assessment of the whole...

    That's probably the best assessment of the whole affair.
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    I stocked up on bullets and primers a bit more...

    I stocked up on bullets and primers a bit more than usual. Mainly, so I'll have something to occupy myself with when I can't get to the range, rather than any sense of panic.
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    When working on old and/or obscure guns there are...

    When working on old and/or obscure guns there are specific tools that are no longer produced or unobtainable. I find Harbor Freight small tools to be great for the purposes of modification to suit a...
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    It's great to here from you Pat, hope you're...

    It's great to here from you Pat, hope you're doing well.
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    If you think the Captains actions gave our...

    If you think the Captains actions gave our enemies information they didn't already have you're deluded.

    My job in the USN was to track and kill submarines, soviet submarines to be exact. For...
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    Why single actions? ...

    Why single actions?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NE3mHhpGV2A
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    "Venezuelan Navy". That's all you need to know.

    "Venezuelan Navy". That's all you need to know.
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    I'm using the time to work on my summer wardrobe....

    I'm using the time to work on my summer wardrobe. This summer it's going to be aloha shirts.

    https://a4.pbase.com/g12/64/521964/2/170577938.CgGygjsu.jpg
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    A mechanical safety on a TDA pistol is a unneeded...

    A mechanical safety on a TDA pistol is a unneeded bit of governmental redundancy. There's no need to carry one on-safe,so disengaging the safety on the draw shouldn't be an issue.

    For me, I...
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    I have a holster for a 4 inch N frame and a belt...

    I have a holster for a 4 inch N frame and a belt slide, excellent work on both. Thankfully he doesn't do shoulder holsters. I'd really be in trouble.
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    The extractor, sear release lever and barrel are...

    The extractor, sear release lever and barrel are the only parts that require fitting. Out of the eighty some parts in the gun, I wouldn't call that "many".
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    I've read that more than once and i think it...

    I've read that more than once and i think it might be the one real point of concern over durability.
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    Personally, I'm way past the point of "need"...

    Personally, I'm way past the point of "need" when it comes to weapons. I've had that covered for a long time. My wife has stopped asking, "What do you need that for?" I think she's tired of...
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    I wasn't correcting you specifically, so much as...

    I wasn't correcting you specifically, so much as clarifying. I see the point about parts and service availability raised quite often with these guns and I think it's a bit overstated. It's a...
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    The concern over parts availability is a...

    The concern over parts availability is a legitimate one. However, when it comes to these 3rd Generation guns I think it might be a bit overblown. Almost across the board, they're built like...
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    K-38s in their various forms are awesome wheel...

    K-38s in their various forms are awesome wheel guns. A lot of cops did righteous work with them for a very long time. If it's in serviceable condition snap it up.

    My model 14 is one of my all...
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    You're thinking of the trigger play spring, not...

    You're thinking of the trigger play spring, not the trigger return spring, two different things. The TRS is a coil spring that's easily replaced. The TPS is a leaf affair riveted to the trigger...
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    I've never used a DAO Third Gen., but I was...

    I've never used a DAO Third Gen., but I was saddled with a Sig P226DAK for three or four years. I despised it more than any gun I've ever been issued.
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    One of the nicest shooting plastic fantastics...

    One of the nicest shooting plastic fantastics I've ever shot was a fellow troopers M&P45.
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