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    Pics Of My New Family Member

    Here is the pic of my new Mill Pro I promised. I will get to shoot it this sunday



    I have had my Kimber for a few months. It is a dream to shoot and once i got used to it (and got holster positioned right), is very nice to carry. I rode my Harley about 400 miles this last weekend with it in a Ross leather Stingray holster at about 2:00 without any probs.

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    Nice guns - nice pics. BTW, you can downsize the pics a shade to help slower connection folks - they are quite big.

    I will be interested to hear how the Milleneum goes - it is so compact - most discrete!!
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    Thanks for thr props and how do i downsize. I use photobucket
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    And yes i will give an update on my MILL....I cant wait.. I am soooooooooooo excited
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    Get Irfanview - freebie . http://www.irfanview.com/

    This is small - good viewer and - easy downsizing both of physical size (pixels) and file size (compression).

    It has pre-sets and custom . 640x480 is often enough for pixel size and medium compression can yield a file is 60-100k easily - minimal losses and - saves you store space on photobucket (and bandwidth too!).
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    Congrats...

    on the new family member...

    Kimber's and Harley's...you have great tastes...

    Stay armed...ride often...stay safe!

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    Sweet, congrats

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    Ahh, memories. :) I miss my PT-145.. It fit my hand so nicely. I just wish it had worked out for me. I've gotten the whim to give one a second chance a few times.

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    sweet.....looks like a nice compact, something i should consider for the wife now that i got het M&P......hmmmmmm

    again, nice pics, and IRFanView is great i use it here in my store all the time, easy and free. the best combo

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    sweet.....looks like a nice compact, something i should consider for the wife now that i got het M&P......hmmmmmm


    Yes you should. The recoil was light and controlable givin the small size of lightweight lil Monster of a 45. It would at the very least be worth renting one to try it out.
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    I have the PT140 as well and carry it every day. I've been through two training courses as Front Sight with it as well and had no problems with it. I love it.

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    Very Nice!

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    Sweet gun! Now I want one

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    I think its worth the money. A 45 with 10+1 for $325....It also makes a decent center piece for the coffee table,nightstand, or computer desk and it carries very well.
    David

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