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tercel89 last won the day on December 31 2017

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  1. Sig quality has went down hill since the last 10 years or so. And in my opinion , so has Glock. I have gotten to where I only buy firearms that are time tested like a Glock 17 or a Sig P6. The next "best thing" that pops up isn't always the reliable gun it seems. I have used this thought since I was 21 years old and it has always did me right. I "veered" off once and got a new just released pistol called the CZ P-07. It was a piece of crap. The frame bowed outwards , the magazine stuck , and the trigger didn't reset. I do like CZ but I should have waited for CZ to refine it.
  2. Check out the newer "finish" on the right compared to the "fry pan" finish on the left . My "frying pan" finish was made in 2008. Very noticeable.
  3. I have a G21 Standard and G30 standard. My hands are normal size but I never considered the newer SF versions. I found a G21SF for pretty cheap and not fired and jumped on it. WOW it is very noticeable once you wrap your fingers around the grip. I listed a picture of the 21 Standard and the 21SF together . For some reason Glock took the SF designation off of the frame near the dustcover and put it on the area where it shows Made in Austria. To me its one of the softest shooting 45ACP pistols there is.
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    Stoeger STR-9

    I always wondered why the crap that was on the gun in stores. I was thinking that I know there are stupid people but DAYUMMMMM.
  5. Just found the papers to this. It's the manual and the form from the ATF saying that it is a legal "any other weapon" . This comes with it when you buy them new like I did last year.
  6. All pm's answered . Still available
  7. found one thanks .
  8. "Benzeek" joined 1 hour ago and has commented on 3 different posts for sale. Just looks seems weird to me.
  9. Sold 2 pistols to get the money to buy my favorite CZ that I couldn't find for a long time. I don't buy guns online nor order them sight unseen. Just too much risk for me plus I don't use credit cards. So for several years I haven't seen this particular CZ in person at a shop nor for sale by a person. So I saw this brand new CZ75B SAO at Guns And Leather a few weeks ago. CZ has discontinued them. I was able to get it and it's so nice ! It's not the "fancy dancy $1,500 CZ professional this and that" gun , but it's a 75b Single Action Only and can be carried cocked and locked. All steel , heavy and built great. Trigger is nice and just awesome. Can't wait to shoot some steel with her. The older I get , the more I am liking hammer guns again.

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