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  1. #131
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennydale View Post
    I'm missing something you would let a guy ground pound you, but you think the person defending himself was Wong, because the thug hitting you didn't have a gun ?
    Is this just kind of a general comment, or are you replying to a specific post/person?
    No one has ever heard me say that I "hate" cops, because I don't. This is why I will never trust one again though: You just never know...

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by K7lvo View Post
    Pretty dumb reason to carry...
    But that's what we've learned to expect from you.
    Then, again, if you make it a practice to skulk around in the dark, casing the place, and blind siding people......
    Sounds like me:D

    Woot Woot!

    Carried a 22 a few times. But reliability was a issue.

  4. #133
    Winter was a G26, Summer is my Kel-Tec PF9, Soon to rotate that with Airweight revolver.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by snatale42 View Post
    Winter was a G26, Summer is my Kel-Tec PF9, Soon to rotate that with Airweight revolver.
    You're a better man than I am putting up with a PF9. After countless jams and light primer strikes, and the fact that it just hurt to shoot, I couldn't get rid of my PF9 fast enough. I felt bad for selling it, cause even giving it away would have been screwing somebody over. I thought I was gonna have to pay to get rid of it.

  6. #135
    Quote Originally Posted by AndeyHall View Post
    You're a better man than I am putting up with a PF9. After countless jams and light primer strikes, and the fact that it just hurt to shoot, I couldn't get rid of my PF9 fast enough. I felt bad for selling it,
    cause even giving it away would have been screwing somebody over. I thought I was gonna have to pay to get rid of it.
    Ya, I've read the the older ones had some issues, Got mine about 2 yrs ago and haven't had a single issue with it. I'd estimate I've got around 800rds through it, and not a single problem, whether crap target ammo or JHP it feeds them all without issue. The only thing I've done to it was polish the feed ramp, which I always do unless the factory one feels right. I also clean/lube with ballistol which after a couple applications creates a very slick metal surface. I don't know if either one of those has something to do with my PF9's reliability or not but I've very happy with mine. I've only recently started considering swapping it out with an M&P Shield, I rented one and shot it and liked it a lot, esentially the same gun, but as you know slightly more refined.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by snatale42 View Post
    Ya, I've read the the older ones had some issues, Got mine about 2 yrs ago and haven't had a single issue with it. I'd estimate I've got around 800rds through it, and not a single problem, whether crap target ammo or JHP it feeds them all without issue. The only thing I've done to it was polish the feed ramp, which I always do unless the factory one feels right. I also clean/lube with ballistol which after a couple applications creates a very slick metal surface. I don't know if either one of those has something to do with my PF9's reliability or not but I've very happy with mine. I've only recently started considering swapping it out with an M&P Shield, I rented one and shot it and liked it a lot, esentially the same gun, but as you know slightly more refined.
    Yeah I've been looking into a M&P Shield 9mm for the Mrs. I traded my PF9 for a Walther PPS .40 and I absolutely LOVE it. Feels awesome in the hand and shoots incredibly smooth and accurate. Trigger is nice and crisp, although not quite as crisp as the Shield.

  8. The SR9c has one of the best factory triggers there is if you like 9mm.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by cluznar View Post
    The SR9c has one of the best factory triggers there is if you like 9mm.
    I do like the SR9c. A good friend has one. Only reason I wouldn't consider it over the M&P Shield is width. I'm looking into a gun for the Mrs, and a double stack width gun usually just doesn't work.

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    I have had my SR40C for 8 monnths. The SLIDE is JUST getting easier to RACK.

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    I was answering a party who believes that TM was the VICTIM. I tend to believe that GZ was defending himself. I saw it the same way I guess the JURY did. NOT GUILTY. (I don't care how they came to that verdict, they did. Iam sorry the SOCIALISTS in DC like Eric Holder and BARRY have their BOWELS IN AN UPROAR.... BUT I DON'T CARE. The system doesn't always go the way you want or expect it to.)

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