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  1. Hi all. Looking to buy a USP compact in 9mm. Let me know what you have and I'll meet you or pay for shipping. Thanks
  2. Thanks all. Looking at the cz p07 now
  3. I like Rand clp. Works great, lasts long, is non toxic, and dosent really smell like anything. Also, for heavy carbon/ fouling, just let it sit in there for a day or two and it tends to loosen up the gunk pretty well. CLP 4 oz. | RAND CLP https://randclp.com/product/clp-4-oz/
  4. As a heads up, so far I'm considering the fn fnx9, the sig 2020, and the cz p07, which I have read have all had their issues and have plastic safeties. Also the cz75 series, which I hear good things about, but have never fell in love with. The HK p30 is in the running. I shoot it ok, but the trigher is rougher and dosent feel as good compared to my USP9. Would like a Sig p225 (or p225 a1) but think it will be out of the budget. Any ideas or info will be much appreciated! Thanks
  5. The 92 inox is a beautiful gun! I had 2 Beretta 92's about 20 years ago. They were accurate and reliable, but sold them off to buy other things. Might be time for lucky number 3....
  6. Hey all. I have one permit left that I have to use up soon, but am a little cash light right now. Im looking for some recommendations for a hammer fired 9mm under about $600. I'll pay a little more if needed, but at the moment, that is unfortunately the top of the budget. I really prefer hammer fired pistols and like manual safety's, but da/sa is ok too. I already have 1911 9mms, a USP 9f, and a Sig 229. Thanks in advance
  7. Thanks, I'll look into them. Much appreciated!
  8. Hi all, So I'm wondering which gun shop on north Jersey usually has the best selection and or the best prices on used handguns. I like older stuff and when buying old guns, I prefer to actually handle and visually inspect instead of buying on the internet. Would love some recommendations. Thanks
  9. Ray Ray, funny you should bring up the 239. I had one in 40 s&w but traded it away. I bought it because I loved the way it felt in the hand, thought it was a good looking gun, and it was a Sig... I put 50 rounds through it and even though I liked the feel and looks, I hated the recoil, so I traded it. A few years later I shots a friend's 239 in 9mm and really liked it.
  10. Hey guys, So I'm really wanting a Sig p225. I kind of really, reeeaalllllllly want one. They are really pretty pistols and the whole single stack 9mm thing scratches my strange gun itch, but I'm having a hard time justifying a small for a big gun/ big for a small gun/ weighs more than a 1911 lightweight commanderI/ 'm probably never going carry it pistol. Plus I already have a p229... and it's like G note! So, what do you guys think? Anyone have one have one or shot one? Anything good or bad I should know? Thanks all
  11. Bob, she is a beauty, but personally I just prefer the full underlug. That is one nice Smith though.
  12. Hi there. Ottomanelli's had a Delta Elite in the case when I was there about 3 weeks ago. Might still be there.
  13. Hi Bob. No mystery here... I have a 4 inch and a 6 inch 357. Just looking to fill in the gap. Ha ha. I have seen this model on gunbroker, but never when I have a permit to use (isn't that always the way?). I have seen the Talo model with the unfluted cylinder, but I really like the astethic of a fluted cylinder. Like all my guns, would just be a range toy. I just kind of like different stuff.
  14. Hi all. Sorry if this is in the wrong place. I'm new forgive me. I just wanted to relate my experience with getting a change of address on my FID and pistol permits in Rutherford. I filled out the online form on a Sunday. Next morning my references got an email to fill out the online reference form. I also received a call from a detective just to confirm I had applied and asked if I had any questions. 18 days later I got another call that I could pick up my FID and permits. The Rutherford PD was polite, courteous, and professional. Everyone I dealt with was great and answered any questions I had. This was a fantastic experience compared to my dealings with another town which took forever and gave me the "why do you need a gun" treatment. Once again, Rutherford PD was a pleasure to deal with, and the detective I talked with apologized for the long wait and said that they were working through some issues with the new online system, and assured me that next time would be faster.
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