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About nolo

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  • Birthday 03/10/1983

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    Knoxville

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Sig 229
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    S&W 442

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  1. I am looking for a good gun safe. I would like one of the smaller versions, maybe a 20-25 gun safe. Don't have enough room in the garage for a 30-40 gun safe. Any recommendations? Sams has a pretty good price on a Mesa safe, but I don't know anything about one.
  2. nolo

    Kahr Pm9

    I would pick up the cm9. Gunblast.com has a good review of it. I don't think the little difference between it and the pm9 are worth the difference in price.
  3. nolo

    keltec 22mag

    I think Keltec recommends only CCI 22mag ammo in the manual.
  4. I have one another love it. DA pull is a little firm, but SA is on part with any of the p series that I own.
  5. You should take a look at ghost triggers too. They have several pulls you can choose from as well as spring sets. I believe they may even provide video instructions. I personally like the 3.5lb. I have installed it in several Glocks. They have never hit the 3.5lb pull, usually around 4-4.5lb, but significantly smooth out the pull.
  6. I have purchased several guns from them without issue. They never answer their phones. Try contacting them through the police site. It worked for me. I think it is budspolicesupply.com
  7. Nice looking gun. Welcome to the world of Springfield, almost as addictive as Sig.
  8. I have purchased three Kahrs from him. He also have the occasional Dan Wesson 1911.
  9. I think it is the opposite. Powerball was out before cd. The guy on gunblast fires it in almost every gun review I have read.
  10. I was a Glock guy until recently. I picked up the xdm in a 40 and haven't looked back. Much more accurate information my hands. Just as indestructible as a Glock. Felt recoil is much less out of the xd. I have since picked up an xd and a subcompact xdm. I can't comment on the Beretta. I have held one and dry fired it. I didn't like the feel of the grip of the trigger pull.
  11. I recently picked up some PDX1 12ga ammo from Wally World. I like the idea of the slug and 3 OO pellets. Has any one used this in their shotguns? I have a 590A1 that is not a fan of the ammo. I get a FTE 2-3 times per mag of 8. It eats every other type of shells I have fed through it. Any ideas, or is it just bad ammo?
  12. XDm would be my choice. Fit and feel are top notch. I would go with a Springfield over a Glock any day, as I am a recent convert from Glocks. What about a Sig 220?
  13. Go with a Dan Wesson. You won't regret it.
  14. nolo

    PM9 Range Review

    I have the. 40. Great guns. I am accurate with it as any of my sigs. My only concern is durability. I put only the 200 break in rounds through it. I would like to out several hundred more.

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