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Posts posted by Tony13

  1. 9 minutes ago, Maksim said:

    That is a false assumption!  You do not need to be good to shoot matches... Just need to be SAFE!  Most of the local matches are filled with weekend warriors.  As long as you are safe, you are more than welcome!  

    Agree. I just started last year myself. It’s a ton of fun. You’ll never want to shoot paper again. 

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  2. On 1/7/2019 at 7:54 PM, SIGMan Freud said:

    Wilson Combat 9mm X-TAC with Light Rail. Exactly 310 rounds through it. Fluted and crowned barrel, slide serrations, all original materials and 8 mags. This gun was so pretty, Wilson used it in their ads before selling it to me. Still thinking about a price. PM me if you have any interest...XTAC-Compact-Rail_2feathered.thumb.jpg.ebb85515e1a55a8fa11e687f101de2d6.jpg



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    She’s a beauty but way out of my price range.

  3. I picked up a Ruger MK IV Hunter back in Nov.  I plan on shooting steel challenge matches with it once I get some more trigger time on it. Love the feel and weight of it. Take down for cleaning is awesome.Trigger is good but I see guys installing Volquartsen trigger kits on them. Rear site is v-notch which I don’t like and will be changing out soon.  Fiber on front which I like. Ambi mag drop which is easy to remove right button if you don’t like/ need it. I see a lot of them at the matches.

    I looked into the Victory which does seem to be good bang for the buck.

    Heard great things about the Buckmark. But the Ruger fit me for what I was looking for and looking to spend.


  4. 4 hours ago, jm1827 said:

    I plan on heading down to Cabelas next week, I have it narrowed down to either a Browning Citori or Cynergy Field.  I have shot them both and might like the Cynergy just a tad bit more. 

    Of course I wouldn't rule out a Beretta, but I am definitely leaning toward a Browning.

    I have a Cynergy along with a shooting buddy of mine and love it. A few of the other guys have Citori’s. Can’t go wrong with any of the “B’s”. Just find the one that fits you.

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  5. 3 hours ago, RecessedFilter said:

    I believe it was Grabagun that just had a ridiculous sale on s&w 1911 pro series ...I wanna say they were $699. The Pro series are IMO one of the nicest 1911s you can buy under a grand.

    Springfield Range Officer is a great bang for the buck.

    Is it available in 9mm?

  6. 42 minutes ago, Tunaman said:

    I bought a Sig XO for the options it comes with.  Match barrel, adjustable sights,  realy nice checkering on the front and backstraps.  I got the stainless model for around 700.

    Interesting. I’ll have to look into that one too. Where did you get yours?

    Fondled the Springfield RO and Elite today. I liked what I saw and how it felt. The price for the Elite is close to the Dan Wesson. Not sure if I should just cough up a bit more for the Vigil.

  7. 4 minutes ago, cabalrayz said:

    Spring epoxied to magblock wouldn't be permanent but to each their own.

    Roll pin is good enough for AR stock because nothing in law says permanent for stocks, but it does say permanent for magazines

    Taking a 15 round magazine and blocking to 10 is different than a manufacturer making a 10 round magazine short spring and riser.  NJSP said of hexmags holding 11 rounds its fine because the manufacturer created the magazine to only hold 10.

    So then how is everyone cleaning there mags? Or not?

  8. 2 hours ago, MartyZ said:

    Yeah, saw that too. They are a CA company and that is legal in CA, but not NJ because it's not "permanent"

    So how are the “new” 10 rd mags coming out? Giant plastic filler piece with a short spring? Are you able to open them up to clean them? My thought is that the spring is permanently epoxied to the block. Can’t separate them without ruining the spring.

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