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Old 05-08-2014, 02:36 AM   #81
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This is almost a box stock gun [ pic note changes ] and it is hard to find a another costing $425 to out shoot it .

Tritium Fiber Optic "TFO" night sights?
That's what it looks like.

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Love em!
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Old 05-08-2014, 06:19 AM   #82
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I like those, might have to get them for my G19 and SD40. I have had Trijicon on my G17 and Sig pn my P226, bot very good but the ones on my SD40 are dead.
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TruGlo make 2 that look alike and the other is $20 cheaper and is junk . The one I get are the
TRUGLO TFO Sight , Steel Tritium / Fiber Optic Green near $100 .
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.45 always.
And up until last month sometime or maybe it was March, don't remember, I was carrying this one - Kimber Pro Carry II with Truglo TFO sights and Christmas gift grips from my son..
Sometimes I'd give the others some love and carry one of the full size 1911s...


Now I carry this one, HK45c, a gift from someone very special to me and doesn't leave my side.
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1911 .45 acp cause a 12 ga pump is too awkard.

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.45 always.
And up until last month sometime or maybe it was March, don't remember, I was carrying this one - Kimber Pro Carry II with Truglo TFO sights and Christmas gift grips from my son..
Sometimes I'd give the others some love and carry one of the full size 1911s...


Now I carry this one, HK45c, a gift from someone very special to me and doesn't leave my side.
Those are some bad ass grips on the Kimber.
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1911 in .45
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Those are some bad ass grips on the Kimber.
I think I remember her saying they were a gift from her son.

It's a fine thing when yer kids give you something firearms related isn't it?!
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Unfortunately I had a terrible accident. I had all my guns in a boat and the boat took on water and sank. Yes, I lost all my firearms to the bottom of the lake. Now I am without any guns, ammo, or reloading equiptment, totally defenseless. It was a terrible loss! I am vulnerable now to any evil. Wink, wink, nod, nod. )

* I want this on an official public record. Just sayin.
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Mostly 9mm
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Alive again!! Still mainly my P226 in 40S&W or my SD40 but recently added an M&P9 and a Taurus 709S to the mix. Gotta get some shooting time in with those before I carry them though.
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Gotta get some shooting time in with those before I carry them though.
Wise practice.
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I carry these pistols!
M&P 40 Cal. Shield Auto.
Taurus PT 111 Millennium G2 9x19 mm Auto.
Taurus .38 SPL +P 5 Shot Polymer Revolver.
Glock 42 380 Cal.Auto.
I have two Mouse Pistols, I carry when i'm working around the house cutting the yard or painting and sitting on the porch. A " Jennings .32 Cal.Auto & a .38 Special Stack Barrel Derringer."
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Until recently .380 and 1911 .45 ACP.

As of two weeks ago, .357 with my GP100 and .45 ACP with my 1911.
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38 Special, 357, 45 auto 44 mag, depending on the gun and the need. (We have bears right in our neighborhood).
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38 Special, 357, 45 auto 44 mag, depending on the gun and the need. (We have bears right in our neighborhood).
Bears do tend to change one's perspective on calibers and actions!!
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.45 always.
And up until last month sometime or maybe it was March, don't remember, I was carrying this one - Kimber Pro Carry II with Truglo TFO sights and Christmas gift grips from my son..
Sometimes I'd give the others some love and carry one of the full size 1911s...


Now I carry this one, HK45c, a gift from someone very special to me and doesn't leave my side.
I forgot about the factory night sights on my Kimber Tactical Pro II.
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9mm in my Glock 19 and/or Glock 43.

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