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Look what followed me home (No more plastic guns for me)

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    I used to have one of these. Really nice.

    By the way, if the rug has a bullet hole in it, you got the one I sold - but that's another story
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    Man that sure is purdy. Would love some more picks. congrats on a good find!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbum View Post
    Man that sure is purdy. Would love some more picks. congrats on a good find!
    I am trying some new photo shots.

    It looks like the Beretta 84 magazines (still available) are the correct ones for this Browning. Anyone have any experience with this?

    Can't wait to get out to the range and shoot this jewel.

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    Cool

    Good deal. As has been said it sure is purty.

    All my guns are shooters, that's just me.

    There is no way I would not get a quality IWB holster and carry that puppy.

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    Very nice. Congrats.

    What ammo will you use?
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    Nice gun. However you will be back to the fantastic plastic. There is no resisting them.

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    Sweet. That pistol looks pristine. Awesome find. Congrats!
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    1st target

    Got a chance to shoot it today. If I do my part, the pistol will do it's.

    Funny thing, a lot of ammo would not lock back the slide on the last shot. However, Hornady Critical Defense and one other defense ammo ( I don't remember which one) did lock it back. So the gun is OK but just new.

    I always thought Hornady Critical Defense was pretty mild (or so it seems in my Sig 230 and 232). But S & B ammo (which I thought was hot) failed to lock it back. I think all of them will lock it back once the pistol is broken in. And yes, it was taken down, cleaned, and lubed before shooting.

    Found some mags. Called Browning, and Bretta and CDNN in Texas. Bought 2 MecGar magazines from CDNN and 2 Bretta model 84 magazines from Bretta. Was assured from CDNN, Bretta and Browning that the Bretta 84 mags are the same.

    Thanks again for all the advise. Am going to really love this pistol

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