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  1. I carry mostly Glocks just because that's what I'm invested in at this point. However, if I were starting from scratch and wanted one do it all gun on a budget I'd probably go with the M&P Compact 2.0 in whatever caliber floats your boat. I would pick 9mm but .40 or 45 will serve well too I imagine. The prices just can't be beat right now on the M&P line for what you get and they have good aftermarket support.
  2. I know the Zastavas have been getting a bad wrap lately but my M92 SBR is a hoot to shoot and never hiccups. However, I dont run it like my ARs in classes, training, etc. One day I'll have to go to an AK specific course. Really I just posted this for an excuse to put a photo of it on here lol. (FYI I hate one point slings but that's what I had laying around) An Arsenal SLR107cr has always been on my list amd wouldn't mind a PSA.
  3. Normally don't comment on cal specific topics because they are usually just a never ending debate. I also won't comment on the youtuber posted above as I'm sure he will track me down and kill me. But here goes. I carried a Glock 35 gen3 for about 6 years before department made the switch to 9mm. I bought the gun used and appeared high mileage. I put atleast 15k rounds through it conservatively which isn't a lot but more than most owners. The round count could be significantly higher as I used this in numerous training classes plus however many previous owner shot. Never a problem. I seriously doubt any issues would have come about had I continued to use that gun. I would not hesitate to use it again if we switched back. I have no dog in the cal debate as long as its 9, 40, or 45 as long as ammo is free. Maintain it like anything else and it will work. Outside of the Glock platform I have no idea and cant say if there have been issues. Just get training regardless of cal and enjoy. Take some youtube comments and forum comments with a grain of salt. Some people are more personality than professionals and they get youtube famous. My comment included. I'm not famous or a professional.
  4. I use to always recommend Streamlight TL-R HLs for inexpensive weaponlights. I have now broken 3 in about 3 years. Two tailswitches cracked. One down the center and one where the pivot pin sits. The other I had on my 8"pdw with a tape switch and the tape switch tail cap separated from itself where it meets the light. Hard to describe. So in short I have switched to Surefire minus a couple Streamlights. I have yet to break one over about 8 years of owning different ones. My original x300 is still running strong just low on lumens compared to current offerings. Not hating on Streamlight as my equipment does take a beating between SWAT, training classes, instructing, and regular patrol type stuff. If it sits in your house I'm sure it will fine for hd use but if your going to run it hard I would spend the extra bucks for something a little more durable. For a little cheaper and pretty light weight Arisaka isn't bad. My current setup on my rifle is M600 Scout DF in an Arisaka inline mount with SR07 tailcap/tapeswitch. Really liking it so far. Expensive but have yet to kill a scout light. PDW gun a 300 Scout would be nice and fairly inexpensive these days. I'm sure someone more light oriented will be along shortly as I'm not really up to speed on all the tech stuff related to them. Also full disclosure, I never ran a Protac so they may be great lights I dont know. I do have a Protac handheld light that has worked good and is stupid bright.
  5. I carried a 1911 with my Ares Gear Ranger Belt. Pretty nice belt, used it for years now.
  6. Reduced price on BCM barrel to $80 Reduced price on MRO package to $330
  7. It really is a great model but I tend to prefer my TA33. I could probably be swayed to trade for a TA33 green reticle model even though I didn't list that because I dont really need two. ACOG glass is addicting though.
  8. Reduces price on BCM barrel to $100. Reduced price on MRO package to $350
  9. Selling a Trijicon TA31H-G with green horshoe dot reticle and factory mount. Approximately 6 months old. Mounted and zeroed then put back in safe. Glass is perfect. Goes for right at $1k new. Has everything that came with the optic. Selling for $800 ftf also accept Venmo Sprin Hill/Franklin/Columbia.

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