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Handguns / Re: Ruger Mark IV Pistol
« Last post by bignate88 on Today at 04:14:13 PM »
Was just at a local shop they had one on the shelf for 550

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Handguns / Re: school me on revolvers
« Last post by bignate88 on Today at 03:06:54 PM »
Well guys i gone and done it i just bought a 3in gp100 Wiley clapp but due to Illinois idiotic gun laws i wont be picking it up for 72 hours

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Handguns / Re: Range Toy...
« Last post by Mikee5star on Today at 01:33:04 PM »
I say you do this.  Pull the Glock out, and see if you still like it.  If so, there is your new range toy. (it's 'new' again, to you)  If you don't love it, see how much we will give you for it, to get something that you will.

My G17 is a first gen, 5 digit serial number starting with HH. So it is a relatively early one, that is the second bottom feeder I ever bought.  And the first one I even remotely liked.  I have run thousands of rounds thru it and have done nothing but new mag springs. It definitely needs some love, but even if I no longer love it, it will always be in my safe as I know that it will work when needed. It will get new springs, sight's and be thoroughly Slipstreamed.
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Handguns / Re: Ruger Mark IV Pistol
« Last post by Ken Brock on Today at 12:18:51 PM »
I like the looks of it but I'm not sure if I'll get one. I want to get a Ruger for my kids to shoot but may end up with a 22/45 instead or even a MkIII. I've owned a few in the past and just learned to deal with the funky take down
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Handguns / Re: Ruger Mark IV Pistol
« Last post by Mississippi556 on Today at 11:38:22 AM »
I guess my MK II 5.5" Target is now obsolete.  Improved take down for easy thorough cleaning was my only gripe.

Nice to see they addressed this - finally.  Those of us with the previous models have become pretty adept at field stripping, though.

Only change I ever made to mine was Pachmayer grips.  Still by far the most accurate handgun I've ever shot.  Way better than I am capable.
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Rifles / Re: Katrina rifle
« Last post by MTK20 on Today at 11:12:10 AM »
who watches it for Nathan Fillion? I watch it for kaylee. and wash. god bless wash.

Kaylee makes me swoon. She's the absolute prettiest <3 .
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R & R / Re: More random internet weirdness.
« Last post by stephendutton on Today at 10:53:53 AM »
English! Do you speak it?!?!

Suffrage is not the same as suffering  :facepalm.



I just love those saying that people need to be educated, yet seem so in need of it themselves.
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Handguns / Re: Range Toy...
« Last post by Kaso on Today at 10:44:26 AM »
Actually I need to get my G 17 out of the back of the spare gun safe and tear it down and check the condition of it's springs.  I have never changed or even check the condition of those springs in the almost 20 years I have owned it.  In my defense I only learned how to wrench on guns in the last 5 years.  I might fall back in like with it again.
I say you do this.  Pull the Glock out, and see if you still like it.  If so, there is your new range toy. (it's 'new' again, to you)  If you don't love it, see how much we will give you for it, to get something that you will.
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Strategy and Tactics / Re: Stopped and Under Attack? Get Out and Move!
« Last post by Kaso on Today at 10:38:58 AM »
I've read that when faced with attack, Marines will run toward the muzzle flashes of their enemy.  These are tactics I have applied, and used, in my day to day job.
Marines work in teams, wear body armor, and carry a host of offensive weapon systems.  None of which are common to your average civilian.
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Handguns / Range Toy...
« Last post by mqondo on Today at 10:00:28 AM »
FYI, my wife is amazing and allowed me to pick up a CZ P-07 a couple days ago. This is the suppressor ready version with tritium suppressor height sights, threaded barrel, grey frame, and Omega trigger.

They had the P-09 set up the same way, and I wasn't sure which to get, but the P-07 put a little bigger smile on my face.

Eventually I would like to get the non suppressor ready version for carry as well. That one comes with the Omega trigger as well. 

The DA trigger requires quite the pull, and needs some smoothing out. Nothing some rounds down range won't fix. But the SA trigger is sweet.

I was pondering the steel frame model as well, but after feeling this one, it came home with us.

I'll do a write up after I get it to the range, but look into it if you get a chance.

Oh, and the price for the P-07 with all the goodies? $499.99. The P-09 set up the same way was $589.99.


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