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Everything posted by tercel89

  1. What is your location ? Im on my phone and it won't show it .
  2. If they do a pistol cartridge rifle , I think it would be a CZ Scorpion style or some "military" style rifle. I just don't see Glock making a rifle that looks like the Ruger pistol carbine which looks like a hunting style/conventional style rifle. Sad thing is that is they do make any rifle , I bet the price will be sky high.
  3. That would suck because of the extra moving parts. But I have wondered if that was it.
  4. I'm thinking that it will be a 45acp and 10mm . The last few years all Glock has done was made 9mm this and that. So hopefully something in the big bore range. I seriously doubt any rifles or carbines.
  5. Any good realistic ideas on what it could be ? I'd like to say it would be a very slim compact 45acp like the Shield 45 . But as Glock has done here lately it may be something stupid like a new 43X with a stippled magazine base plate.
  6. $325 ? That's a crazy good deal especially for the 2.0 model. That's a "trunk gun" price for a premium pistol.
  7. You gotta love that big reliable .45ACP bore
  8. Andrews makes the best shoulder holster rig there is in my opinion , the Monarch .
  9. It's almost as smooth as the Beretta 92 which is butter smooth. I do have a CZ75 and it is a little more smoother than it.
  10. I was just thinking the same for carry options .
  11. I was about to get the IWI Masada which still seems great and all. It hasn't failed on any reviews. My OCD got me to thinking about if the removable "chassis" would wobble around inside the frame after several rounds and wear and tear and cause things to get out of specifications which would result in things not lining up for feeding and ejecting. So I got to thinking that I could just spend a little more money and get my dream gun the Jericho 941. So I did. She is all steel , heavy and built like a tank and should last me and my son's lifetime. It reminds me of the Ruger P-Series that were heavy and WAY OVERBUILT which is what I like. The barrel is chomoly vanadium like AR15 barrels. Very heavy compared to polymer guns but sweet. I don't know why I waited this long to get it. Frame mounted safety like a 1911 and ability to carry "cocked and locked". Hope you guys like the pictures. I'm going to give her a bath in Ballistol in a day or two before I shoot her.
  12. I'm VERY much straddling the fence about getting it or just saving more money to put up and see what Glock may come up with next year.
  13. I went there the other day and handled it. Trigger pull is light and nice. This gun is extremely simple which I like. The trigger control or fire control system comes out by turning the take down lever and pulling it out. The fire control system looks even more simpler than the Beretta APX's system. I like the Masada a lot !
  14. For $10 more I'll throw in the Alien Gear IWB holster made for this pistol. That's a $35 value. It's right handed and adjustable up and down like all Alien Gear holsters.

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