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  1. #71
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    The only downsize is that Crimson Trace does not make a laser for it.
    Try LaserMax. Got one in my wife's Glock 27. It'll solve your problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SAS Mayhem View Post
    Here you go JC40, :D





    130.00 to include the mag ain't bad. Also MAC includes

    "MAC'S "STANDARD TUFF-GUN JOB" INCLUDES FULL DIS/REASSEMBLY, THE TUFF-GUN I FINISH ON EVERY METAL PART OF THE FIREARM INCLUDING STOCK HARDWARE (EXCEPT SPRINGS & PINS) POLISHING OF ALL
    FEED RAMPS, BORE CLEANING, HANDLAPPING OF SLIDE/TRIGGER
    RAILS AND PIVOT POINTS AND SIGHT DOTS.ONE MAGAZINE
    IS ALSO INCLUDED. "
    I`ll tell you what.The guy does some real nice work and you can`t beat the price for what he does,ecspecially taking the gun down that far and a mag.So how long was the actual time of not having the gun to do this process?

  4. #73
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    So how long was the actual time of not having the gun to do this process?
    It took about 3 weeks to complete. And was well worth the wait.

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    That`s not bad.I really like the way the gun came out.The finish is awesome.

  6. Beretta Couger Carry

    I am a long .45acp fan. I own 5 different models and 2 1911's. I must say, the 1911 is my favorite to shoot, but too big for conceal carry. My choice for conceal carry is my beretta 8045. The accuraracy is amazing and after over 8000 rounds....no jams, or problems. It has been since discontinued by Beretta and replaced with their new PX4, which in my mind is a polymer version of the couger. If you havent tried firing a couger and you come accross one, take advantage of the opportunity and pick one up. you will happy. Just my input.....

  7. .45 Carry

    I carry one of 3 guns....

    As you can tell from my screen name here, i am obviously a fan of the Beretta Couger 8045 .45ACP (now discontinued) This gun shoots outstanding. And with over 8000 rounds through her, never a malfunction. If you are not familiar with this gun, perhaps you are familiar with the new beretta PX4 polymer. This gun is basically a newer version of the couger in my opinion. Ergonomics are the same. This is by far my favorite for conceal carry.

    next is my Kimber stainless .45 1911. cant say enough about this gun. reliable, dependable....it will do its part if you do yours.

    lastly, not a .45, but .357 sig glock model .32. great firepower and accuracy!

  8. When i carry a Auto, it is a Glock 21 . 99% time i carry a Wheelgun

  9. #78
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    Colt and Kimber Fan Here

    I guess I am on the side of the less-expensive gun group here. My primary designated carry is a Colt Defender that I bought used, and works great. My wife has a Kimber ProCarry II as her primary.

    BUG's are a Kimber 4" Tactical and my wife as the new Kimber SIS 4".

    John

  10. I am in the process of getting my Ohio CCW and renewing my Utah CCW. Anyway, I carry a Glock 36 and I love it. Best small framed .45 I've ever shot.

  11. #80
    I carry a Ruger p 345. I have about 1500 rounds through it and it has never jammed, misfired at all. Very accurate and tough as nails

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