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Patton last won the day on March 25 2016

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About Patton

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  • Birthday 02/07/1980

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    Chattanooga
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    Guns and Jeeps

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Always at least 1 Glock
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    J frame s&w

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  1. I always wanted a Sig P250. I have eyed them for years and past on one or two that I later wished I would have bought. I won one on Gunbroker for what I thought was an amazing deal (about $250 OTD). It is used but in very good condition. It’s a 40 subcompact and only came with one magazine and no box. I picked it up yesterday to be surprised by the excellent condition and half-life night sights. Call me crazy, but I actually wanted a .40 since my department has vowed to stick with them for a lot longer and I am swimming in .40 ammo. I seriously have about 3k rounds with most being hollow points. Well, I went to the range today and was less than impressed. My groups were the size of my fist at 10yards, but the failure to feed rate was about 5% or about 10 failures in 200 rounds. I’m thinking it may be the magazine as the spring actually feels weak. I was actually wanting to trim a compact grip to work with a subcompact slide; some of my attraction to this model. I plan to try a Glock spring in the subcompact Sig mag tomorrow. I am tempted to go ahead and order a new compact mag and a compact grip hoping I can make it run. Anyone around Chattanooga got a P250/p320 mag I can borrow for testing?
  2. I have one of the 2017 Colt Cobras and I love it. The new Colt King Cobra pushing a little north of $900 is a little much for me but the one I handled was super impressive. I may end up with one anyway.
  3. Patton

    Ruger Wrangler

    Steelharp, what is the street price?
  4. I have decent set of Lyman 9mm dies and one of those Lee/RCBS 100 grain powder scales. I will do both for $25 shipped.
  5. It looks like just the regular old Gen 4 texture; which is the best anyway. I have never seen RTF on a gen4.
  6. I have looked at that 696 for too long. I have to ask, any interest in a 6” S&W model 25-5 with Presentation Case? It’s nice but has been fired before.
  7. I understand wanting a 3”; I love all 3” revolvers. Negative about the Ruger being stronger. The GP100 in 10mm isn’t a weakling, but the S&W is built on the N Frame that the 44mag is built. The GP100 is a smaller gun and built on a frame that 357 and 44spl is built. Many of us 10mm worshipers dream of reaming a 610 to 10mm magnum and we can’t use the shorter, smaller cylinder of the GP100.
  8. The 10mm 4” GP100 is actually more common. Before you buy a Ruger, know that S&W has rereleased the S&W 610 in 10mm.
  9. Those combat RB grips are worth close to half what you are asking for the whole gun.
  10. I have a Sept 2018 686 that has the three holes on the top strap.
  11. I have never shot a 17L or even a 34 that I can remember. One of my grandfathers had a G24 and it was a softer and more accurate shooter than a G17. I would think a 17L would shoot like many 22lr pistols. Have you thought about a H&K in 9mm?
  12. I looked at a few H&Ks at GT’s the other day. I always forget how massive the H&Ks are.
  13. An ex-girlfriend once told me exs are exs for a reason.

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