How funny.... I was thinking of my answer as I clicked over from my e-mail and there it was, first choice in the poll.
IMO, a splintery 2x4 feels better than a G-gun. They're too expensive for the little you get. For that money, you should get something that you don't need expensive mods just to make it "useable." I'll stick to something more trustworthy, thanks.
Id say that until technology changes, and the polymer, striker fired pistols arent the gun of the day, they wont ever be "vintage". Just like if you were carrying a revolver or a 1911 in 1970, it wouldnt be "vintage" as those were the two most common designs for handguns.
This is NOT about guns that are too small to get a good grip, or about guns that will work with pinkie extenders on the bottom of the magazines. This is about what happens when a gun/grip is too large.
There has been some recent discussion about the size of the gun: Grip, length to trigger...
When the good guns are being thrown on auction sights for higher profits
I know when times are like they are now shelves get cleared off but you
want to hand me a 2020 Colt Python and tell me its not for sale because you placed it on GB
Other shops selling Colt M4s for double MSRP on the...
I first posted this over on Colt Forum, figuring I'd get banned for heresy. Hasn't happened yet, but it's not a popular thread there for sure. Not so much from kinds of comments generated as from lack of comments. Gotta protect the aura so it would seem.
So we'll try it here.
I did :yup:
The mailman brought me a 30 round magazine for my Beretta CX4, the pocket holster from Concealment Specialties for my Pug, the dry box for my EDC bag, which fits where I want it perfectly and two SS carding brushes from Brownells that were on B/O so long I had forgotten about them...
Found on the way to someplace else on an internet search.
From days of yore, a compact .45 with DAO trigger in ... like 1977!
American Handgunner devoted an entire feature article to its introduction...
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