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  1. Sorry to hear that, my montefeltro has been an actual banger. My favorite purchase (10 yrs later). buddies berettas were nice shooting, but price point was a bit higher too
  2. In West Nashville, can scoop these if he falls through
  3. PM if the MFT is still available, id take that
  4. I’m in NASH and could meet you this week. Will PM
  5. @Gemoose23 wanted to give you heads up i won't be able to make this happen. hit Wage up to snag this deal if you're able to.
  6. Found the hellcat pro to be fantastic… normal hellcat just a tad short in grip for me. A lot better with the extended mags so u can get your pinky solidly seated on frame will help the hellcat a lot though two upgrades I found made it a tremendous shooter; 1. APEX trigger kit (lightens trigger, found the 8lb stock to be tough). Can shoot this better than full-sized Glock now 2. Hogue grip (night/day in shootability). The small frame just beats the crap out of your hand, this gives it just enough forgiveness where u won’t walk out after a long range session with a bruised hand. Found gun just crushed the interior thumb bone with recoil
  7. #1 is how many calibers are you really trying to cover? Imagine there’s some sticker shock, but cans that cover wide variety of calibers saves you a lot of headache. Rugged razor - 30cal can built like a tank. Really no complaints, though I might steer you to something user serviceable. Bought 2 muzzle devices and can swap between rifles in seconds. Stay away from folks who like proprietary mounting IMO what I really wish I’d been able to find was a can that could run 9mm / 762 / 556. patience and timing with some of the crazy deals that pop up in in awhile too (BOGO, free stamps, etc.,)
  8. Grip strike you as different from your staccato? Saw one person note it still felt like a Glock, but I haven’t seen any other reviewers say it feels different than a normal 1911
  9. Guilty of this myself honestly. I don't think its being a "left wing commie", its just lack of experience. The first time i heard a can in person was at an indoor range (glock, sub-sonic rounds i'd guess). I was floored how quiet it was. But thinking about that, i'm already wearing ear-pro, and he's doing everything to make that shot as quiet as possible in an already loud environment. Next experience was in rifle classes; and my thought was "damn, i appreciate how much quieter that is". Context, ear-pro, indoors, single-shooter. All it took was breaking the seal on one ear to drive home how loud that shot still was though. It was those subsequent experiences that made me fall into that category GrayFox references... can's save ears baby!
  10. Who's shot one? Love it / hate it? How'd it stack up against other 1911/2011 platforms you've shot? Anyone in Nashville area have one of these glock-mag loving 2011s? Dying to try one
  11. PSA has drake on sale for $550 right now. Idk if redhead is twice as good


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