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    Connoisseur of cheap 1911 Sidheshooter's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duelist View Post
    Me, too. In fact, I bought a second one so I’m not kidnapping my spouse’s G42 anymore.
    Heh. I may be in the same boat soon™️, since the little grey 42 chez Sidheshooter is *technically* my wife’s...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidheshooter View Post
    Heh. I may be in the same boat soon™️, since the little grey 42 chez Sidheshooter is *technically* my wife’s...
    My local crack dealer had a lightly used one with a set of night sights I wanted to experiment with on it for <$400, so I put it on layaway a few months ago and picked it up a couple of weeks ago. That’s when I got in trouble, b/c I looked in the used revolver case and ended up making a deal on a 28-2.

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    I think I may have an addiction problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul D View Post
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    My four are childís play...

    I might grab a Gen 5 at some point though.

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    Dumb question of the day, the Gen 5 covers the 19x right?

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    Another dumb question: is there a timeline on the SD9&40 SCD?

    Asking for a friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey View Post
    Dumb question of the day, the Gen 5 covers the 19x right?
    Yes!





    Quote Originally Posted by Duelist View Post
    Another dumb question: is there a timeline on the SD9&40 SCD?

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    There isnít, but itís the next on the agenda. I doubt Iíll ever sell enough to cover my productions costs, but Iím stupid that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_Jones View Post
    Yes!







    There isn’t, but it’s the next on the agenda. I doubt I’ll ever sell enough to cover my productions costs, but I’m stupid that way.
    You sir have another sale... as soon as I can find my wallet.

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    @Tom_Jones - Are the newer manufactured SCD a little looser around the hinge? For example, when I point my Glock muzzle skyward with the older SCDs, the plate would stay in place and not open back out like when you pull the trigger. With the last batch I bought, the plate swings out freely with the smallest jostle. It is quite audible. Is this a new tolerance change with your new manufacturer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul D View Post
    @Tom_Jones - Are the newer manufactured SCD a little looser around the hinge? For example, when I point my Glock muzzle skyward with the older SCDs, the plate would stay in place and not open back out like when you pull the trigger. With the last batch I bought, the plate swings out freely with the smallest jostle. It is quite audible. Is this a new tolerance change with your new manufacturer?
    I'm not sure how I missed this post, but yes, that's normal. The SCD should move freely through it's range of motion. If there is a difference from SCD to SCD it's a tolerance thing. The design/specs haven't changed.

    Also, there is no "new manufacturer". Every SCD made to date, including all prototypes (except for the 6 aluminum proof of concept ones made in early 2011), were made at the same place, on the same machines, running the same code, by the same operators.

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