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Even the guys in the gun shop where drooling! BTC M&P9c Awesomeness!

This is a discussion on Even the guys in the gun shop where drooling! BTC M&P9c Awesomeness! within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Nice rig! I've got trijicons on two of my pistols, including my duty piece. I need to try a Deltapoint sometime. The trick to using ...

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    Nice rig! I've got trijicons on two of my pistols, including my duty piece. I need to try a Deltapoint sometime.

    The trick to using the dot is not to focus on the dot or the sights but to focus on the target and superimpose the dot on it, both the dot and the target will be in focus. Also, keep both eyes open. If you are familiar with using red dots on lkng guns it works the same way. It takes some practice and you may need to make changes to your presentation but it is worth the effort.

    Let us know how it shoots for you!
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    very cool
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    One of the cleanest stippling jobs I've seen. Picture takin ain't bad either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 12 gauge View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brady View Post
    One of the cleanest stippling jobs I've seen. Picture takin ain't bad either.
    Thanks! Thats the other kinda shooting I like to do.

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    Very nice, looks great.

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    Re: Even the guys in the gun shop where drooling! BTC M&P9c Awesomeness!

    Oh yeah, two words
    Lens pen


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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    Oh yeah, two words
    Lens pen


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    Even the guys in the gun shop where drooling! BTC M&P9c Awesomeness!

    Nice.
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    Re: Even the guys in the gun shop where drooling! BTC M&P9c Awesomeness!



    I just picked this nice set up @ BestBuy for $25, I like the small one to keep on my person and the larger pens for my range bags.

    My biggest problem with the optic is that my cotton polos (required work wear) leave lot of cottony debris on the sight window and I find myself cleaning the optic a couple times a day. Part of that might be the cotton polo rubbing of my cotton t-shirt??? I may experiment with some underarmor stuff and see if that makes any difference.


    Also, if your not following the new blog " Modern Service Weapons", you're wrong.

    The latest article will be of benefit to anyone starting or looking to start running an optic on their pistol.

    http://modernserviceweapons.com/?p=1...-presentations

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post


    I just picked this nice set up @ BestBuy for $25, I like the small one to keep on my person and the larger pens for my range bags.

    My biggest problem with the optic is that my cotton polos (required work wear) leave lot of cottony debris on the sight window and I find myself cleaning the optic a couple times a day. Part of that might be the cotton polo rubbing of my cotton t-shirt??? I may experiment with some underarmor stuff and see if that makes any difference.


    Also, if your not following the new blog " Modern Service Weapons", you're wrong.

    The latest article will be of benefit to anyone starting or looking to start running an optic on their pistol.

    Training with the RMR: Presentations | Modern Service Weapons

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    ok I'm un-wrong
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    NICE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamSean View Post
    Nice stippling! I want to learn how to do the tree bark pattern. I first did a micro stippling on my Sig Sauer SP2022 and then today I did my Beretta Nano. It feels kinda like 100 grit sandpaper. It feels great and looks good too.

    We need better pics of that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cokeman View Post
    We need better pics of that one.
    I can't find my camera so I had to use my iPhone. With the red background it helps to differentiate the stippling patterns. Enjoy.





    Maybe I should get an M&P Shield with that tree bark stippling. That would be sweet! Thanks for the idea ;-)
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    How did you do it?
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