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I've heard one cop saying to another that his secret to shooting well is to close his eyes when the gun goes off so that the flash doesn't blind him.
The diagnosis of mental disorders is far from perfect, even more so with the personality disorders. I, along with most others in my field, are looking forward to the release of DMS-V which should really help fix many overlaps and ambiguities in the current DSM-IV-TR.
I'd stop buying from CTD. They just announced that they were stopping firearm sales as a result of the tragedy.Then they price their mags at a high price to cash in on the people buying.Go with a dealer that isn't caving to popular opinion. Brownells, LA Police Gear... amongst others.
I can never get over how silly the magazine release is on H&K polymer pistols. As far as my experience with reliability goes, M&Ps and Glocks are really quite amazing. The CZ pistols as well, although I can't stand the way they look... Keep in mind, I usually put about 3000 rounds downrange a month during the summer, and some of the guys I shoot IPSC with easily do 5000-6000 a month. Reliability issues come up a lot quicker for competitive shooters if they exist... So...
Weird. Most I know in the US would like to see more civilians have CCW.
I'm not a fan of Kimber. For the price, STIs are fit much nicer and tend to be a lot more reliable. As with any 1911, a good gunsmith work-over will do it wonders, but when you can be that much closer out of the box at the same price range....
$125 for 10 Magpul Pmags on Brownells I wish we Canucks could get deals like that..... A Pmag costs $35-40 up here, and are pinned to hold 5.................
Buy it all now. Brownells would be my go-to. Several boxes of P-mags shall serve your purposes well!
STI makes a fantastic competition-ready styled 1911 for very reasonable prices. I'd love one of their Ranger II's.Dan Wesson (does a fantastic bob tail for CC), Sig, Nighthawk, Wilson Combat... those are the ones I'd say are the top tier manufacturers for 1911's these days.
Agreed - but the trigger is still second to none when done right, and many better brands offer a very good trigger out the box.Perhaps you've identified the reason - different usage for the gun.My 1911 is sure as hell not a carry gun. I don't think anyone should carry a gun with 0 pre and over travel, and a 2.2oz. trigger pull.Zero rattle and extreme tolerances (my gun needed about 1500 rounds to cycle properly after hard chroming which added a microscopic thickness of...
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