Looks pretty cool to me.
That one has polymer rails, right? That always impressed me. Not sure if there are any other polymer framed pistols out there with polymer rails.
I'd go to a shop and handle as many of those you listed as you could, see which one feels best to you and go from there.
Appreciate the assist.
Apologies for it being sideways.
I used to have one of these and it was awesome. Try searching under "Ruger MKII 514" and you should see a bunch of info come up. If I recall...
It's been said to shoot what you carry. With more sub compacts, pocket pistols and micros out there, I've been reading more people shooting them...
I've been fortunate to have owned at various points Mark I, Mark II's and Mark III. Some were easier to take down than others, some had a few...
No problem. If da/sa shouldn't be doing that. Give sig a call, hopefully you can just semd in the fcu and not the whole pistol. They are easy...
Is it double action only? Can't see from the video if there was a decocker or not.
I have a special fondness for the old pork chop barrels, especially the ones with that star nut at the end.
This might be heresy, but I wonder if they made a Wrangler with polymer grip frame if that could drive down the cost (and weight) even more.
I'm guessing Super-Duper Redhawk didn't go over well.
Didn't see that, thank you.
Any word on the mrsp? Didn't see anything on the link.
Is that a sleeved barrel like newer S&W and Dan Wessons.
I look at things this way- you can grin and bear it and shoot it until you figure out how to make the best of it - just time, effort and well,...
I like both and have both. A personal edge towards hammers.
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