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  1. #81
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    M&p 40c, still my favorite, just bought a CZ 75d Compact, haven't had time to really test it.

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  3. #82
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    Browning Buckmark .22 Camper

  4. #83
    I have several favorites. My Ruger SR9c and My Ruger SR40c. I'm kind of partial to Rugers.
    I will look towards the hills from whense cometh my help. All my help cometh from the Lord.

  5. #84
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    Summer Carry: S&W 642
    Winter Carry: Dan Wesson VBOB
    Trail Carry: S&W 627PC 2.65" barrel
    Home Defense: CZ 97B

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    Of at least thirty is a Glock 19.

  7. My beretta px-4 compact in 9 mm.

  8. #87
    Think about summer carrying being a Smith Model 442, to prevent rust on the blued
    cylinder use liquid auto polish. I have both but if I have to remove the 442 from
    my pocket holster the only visible item is dark not a silver color.

    Just my 2 cents worth
    Pat Olvey, Cincinnati, Ohio
    Hamilton County
    email [email protected]

  9. #88
    Glock has announced a problem

    If you google search Glock Gen 4 problems you will find much more information about the pistols.

    The problems have been serious, one agency named in one of the google responses recalled all of the Gen 4 pistols and reissued the gen 3 pistols,

    I have been told that this pulling of the Gen 4 pistols was not unique to this single agency, agencies in Indiana come to mind.

    If you google search Glock Gen 4 problems you will find much more information about the pistols.

    The problems have been serious, one agency named in one of the google responses recalled all of the Gen 4 pistols and reissued the gen 3 pistols,

    I have been told that this pulling of the Gen 4 pistols was not unique to this single agency, agencies in Indiana come to mind.

    Glock Announces Voluntary Replacement of Recoil Spring Assemblies in Gen4 Pistols
    Replacement Program Limited to Gen4 Model with GLOCK Covering All Shipping Expenses
    SMYRNA, GA – September 6, 2011 – GLOCK Inc. announces that it is
    voluntarily exchanging the recoil spring assembly (RSA) on its new Gen4 pistols
    shipped between August, 2009, to July 21, 2011, to ensure each pistol’s
    performance meets the company’s demanding standards. With several variations
    of the RSA in the market today, GLOCK’s goal with this voluntary exchange is to
    standardize the RSA to gain the best possible performance in each pistol.
    GLOCK’s product development team has modified various elements of
    the RSA. The new RSA compensates for all design modifications made to
    the Gen4 and allows the pistols to function up to GLOCK’s rigid quality
    standards and reliability goals.
    Consumers should note that Gen4 G26 and G27 models will not require a
    modified recoil spring.
    “We are moving proactively and quickly to standardize this part of the
    pistol. This is a voluntary exchange specifically for the new Gen4 models,” said Gary Fletcher Vice
    President GLOCK Inc. “We have developed a program for consumers to send in their existing recoil
    spring assemblies and receive new ones at no cost.”
    The replacement of the Gen 4 pistol RSA can be performed as part of the regular field-strip process;
    consumers do not need to take the Gen4 pistol to an armorer. Consumer’s are urged to call 1-877- 745-8523 to order their new recoil spring.
    For more information on the details and shipping requirements on the replacement program, visit
    GLOCK.
    PR Contact:
    Mike Robinson, GLOCK, Inc., 770.432.1202
    Pat Olvey, Cincinnati, Ohio
    Hamilton County
    email [email protected]

  10. #89
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    any firearm that functions is a favorite. Some I just like to shoot more often.
    Be careful when you follow the MASSES, sometimes the M is silent.

  11. #90
    Colt 1911 Wiley Clapp (04840WC).

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