In Stock At Monmouth Arms, LLC
Sig Sauer P320 Compact 9mm with Night Sights $580.00
Sig Sauer p320 Full Size 9mm (Pinned Mags) Contrast Sights $535.00
Smith and Wesson Mp9 2.0 Black (Factory 15rds Magazines) $525.00
Smith and Wesson 617 4" 22lr $675.00
Smith and Wesson Mp9 Shield $390.00
These are all New in Box. Prices are plus $15.00 Nics and NJ Tax.
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Steven - Monmouth Arms, LLC
172 US 9 - Suite F
Englishtown NJ 07726
I am interested in getting the opinion of people you have shot the Smith and Wesson Model 629 revolver in different barrel lengths. I have shot the 6" barrel and it was doable. S&W has it available now in 2 5/8", 4", 5", 6", and 6 1/2" barrels. The longer barrels are heavier guns so that probably makes them easier to shoot.. Are the shorter barrels difficult to shoot (feel, recoil, etc)? I am interested in hearing about shooting .44 Magnum cartridge.(I know that the .44 special cartridge is a different animal and easier to shoot).
Finally picked up my 686 4" and it's a dream to shoot! I should've bought this a long long time ago... SA trigger pull feels buttery smooth and this thing handles 357magnum loads like it's nothing. The huge fireballs are a big plus. Shooting high from the factory about 4-5" between 7-15 yards but it's dead on accurate
One thing that I've noticed though, is that when ejecting the spent casings, there's ALWAYS one casing that gets stuck between the ejector star and the synthetic grips. If there was maybe 1/8" more clearance on the grip it would be flawless....
Is there a specific grip that will or technique that will allow that last casing to drop free?
Rosey, I have shot plenty of Trap and have seen on many occasions the line called cold, the shooter that was up had to unload and show clear. Where this guy was shooting either they don't know how to run a line, or he was not at an event.
Nice thing about an O/U, simple to show clear!
I would always rest the gun on my sneaker until it was my turn to load and call for the target. But my gun wasn't fully closed, O/U, and there certainly was NOTHING in it!