It's a regular XD, with a single magazine and no fancy box and no extra gear kit.
Galco Triton. Kydex-ish plastic, IWB. Get the optional belt loop.
Much of the "Internet gun social media herd mind" currently hates on .40. I am not of that opinion. But, it needs to be shot through a big...
Does it have to be .357? (Because, S&W .38 snubs can be had for about that.)
Buy the Lee Classic Turret Kit. Get the Lee 4 die set for whatever it is you're wanting to load. Get the Auto Drum powder measure.
Rock Island GI, full size, .45 ACP.
Pff! Wear it out? So what?
I had a problem with my new Rock Island GI's slide release. Bought a new one from Midway. $23. Problem fixed.
Yes, and even less.
Back when, I bought one for $100, and another for $135, and a Baikal .380 Mak for $145.
Uncle Mike's "Combat" grip. Haunt ebay to find a set.
Have an LCP, regard it as a specialized gun. It's good for keeping on one's person when anything larger would be too large.
Call them up. They'll email you a shipping label. In two weeks you'll have your gun back, fixed.
(Been through the process four times. In a...
If it looks like it fit's a K-frame, but doesn't, it might be for a medium frame Taurus.
Uhhh, extra magazines?
Let 'em fall. They're pretty durable, and relatively inexpensive.
I have both. (Well, the Taurus is the .357 version.) Pick one. Either will do.
Soooo....they're the Charter Arms of knives?
To be able to sell to the Canadians.
Not quite. Listen to the discussion with Charter's president here.
Per that, Charter will charge to go over the gun made by a prior...
The Charter locks up on the cylinder pin at the back, the spring loaded sleeve on the ejector rod at the front, and the cylinder stop on the...
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