Very nice, love my NHC.
This is a discussion on I will be changing what I carry within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I have been carrying my S&W 45c for awhile now. Love it but I had a chance to do some one on one traing with ...
I have been carrying my S&W 45c for awhile now. Love it but I had a chance to do some one on one traing with Steve at Magpul. He had a Nighthawk Custom Falcon and let me run it a little. Wow! What a nice gun. I loved it so much that I picked one up a few days back. Ran about 200 rounds through it so far.
This will be my new carry once my holster gets here.
They don't get much better than that. Congrats.
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Great looking 1911...hope it treats you very well!
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Thanks guys. It's the greatest pistol I've ever shot.
That is one of the neatest guns I have ever seen! Good luck with it.
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really a nice 1911, if you every have to use it in a self defense situation it will most likely by take for evidence and held for a very long time.
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A catalog shows them at about two grand. They'd better be good.
Have to say you've got great taste in pistols.
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Nice gun, but I would not use it for daily carry. There are a lot of good dependable handguns that don't cost much. If you have to defend yourself, no matter if you are in the right or not, the police are taking your gun and then it will go to the coroner and then the prosecutor will have it. It may take a year or more to get it back and there are some jurisdictions and judges where they don't give back guns ever. I'd think on it.
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