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    • By Marshal El Malo
      This past week I moved from VA to TN.  Prior to my move, I was offered a deal I had to take. My final act as a Virginia resident was a deal I worked with a gentleman to find a new home for this beautiful, unconverted gun.  Bluing is beautiful, grips are beautiful, couple nicks here and there.  Nice plum color on the loading gate.  Serial number 31610. Overall, very pleased with this one.  



      This particular Old Model Flattop configuration is rare and not your average Ruger.  Very excited to take this bad boy out!
    • By Patton
      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. 
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      Anyone around Chattanooga got a P250/p320 mag I can borrow for testing?
    • By billt
      I found a good deal on a Beretta 92-FS Compact from Gunprime, so I ordered a pair of them. They shipped out quickly, and my FFL got them in just a couple of days. I've been looking for a 92 Compact for a while. But most of the places around here were either out of stock, or else they flat out wanted too much. I got these for $428.99 each, brand new in the box. A hell of a deal.
      They shipped with 2, 13 round magazines, and are Italian made guns. I replaced the plastic grips with the factory Beretta Walnut grips that I picked up from Gnarly Gorilla.
      The Walnut grips really richen up the looks of these Beretta's. I also got a few of the X-Grip Magazine Adapters from Greg Cote. They allow the use of the full size 15 and 17 round magazines in the compact's without sticking out of the bottom of the gun. And they're not much longer than the 13 round magazines supplied with the pinky rest. Now both my wife and I will each have our own. So all in all it was a good day.
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      https://gunprime.com/product/beretta-92fs-compact-92-fs-js92f850m/
      https://gnarlygorilla.com/beretta-factory-replacement-part-beretta-92-96-compact-wood-grips-drop-in-replacement-walnut/
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