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  1. There's a new gun shop opening this Saturday in Beachwood....Freedom Firearms Unlimited, 1800 Double Trouble Rd. It's just off Garden State Parkway exit 80. I see they started a Facebook account and the pics look really awesome! Can't wait to check it out.
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    Cajun Gun Works

    I've got the CZ P-O1. Sent for the Defensive Carry Package and did the upgrades myself. Also highly recommend the "old style" 85c trigger. It was a little flatter than the stock trigger. Wasn't cheap but am extremely pleased how it came out
  3. If your looking for a long slide option HK came out with a long slide conversion kit for the VP9
  4. Get the Talon rubber grip tape. I have an HK USP compact. Love everything about the gun except the grips. Just couldn't get used to the feel of them. Tried the Hogue wrap around with finger grooves that slip over the grips but wasn't a fan. The Talon rubber was perfect. It smoothed out the texture but didn't change the width like the Hogues did. Before sanding I would try these first. If you don't like them they are easily removed.
  5. Colt website says $899
  6. I get 6 everytime. At $2 a piece it's like why not? I figure it's better to have and not use........funny how I always find something
  7. I always get 6. At $2 a piece it`s a no brainer for me.
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    Colt navy

    It's not the Model 1889 Navy. The cylinder flutes on the 1889 are longer. Serial # is 97,186. 10,274 is a Navy #. It's a Model 1892,'94,'95,'96 New Navy made in 1898. Very cool gun!
  9. I bought a Sig p220 stainless elite. Loved everything about it, especially the mahogany grips. Couldn't shoot it worth a damn. Ended up selling it. Found a p220 West German made in 1990. Fantastic! .... go figure I think the stainless elite is just too heavy.
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    CZ P-01

    I love mine...now. At first I didn't like the sights. Also didn't like the physical feel of the trigger, too much of a curve. Replaced the sights and ordered the Pro-Package from Cajun Gun Works....WOW! It's sooo smooth. The upgrades weren't cheap but worth every penny.
  11. I like using Gun Broker as a reference for pricing, but you have to go to advanced search and look up completed auctions to see what they actually sold for. Remember people can ask whatever they want. I only found 3 that sold. Between $372-$450. Condition is everything and these weren't in the best condition. From your one picture it's hard to tell if it's original finish or re-blued. The grips are not correct for a 1940, should be full checkered walnut. The hard rubber grips could be factory original or reproduction. Hard to tell without taking them off. If original finish and in nice shape I'd say $500-$600
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