The .40's have had increased chamber support since the late 90's/early 00's.
It has nothing to do with the GEN4 alterations.
I've never seen a sub-$1k Colt, except the 6900, but that's not a "real" Colt.
Wal-Mart LE6920's are $1,097.
Colt's are never going to be any cheaper than they are right now at Wal-Mart.
If you want one, you better get one while you can.
The Milt Sparks Summer Special 2 is the Holy grail of IWB holsters for the Glock 19/23 and is a gift worthy of giving a Father....
A 23 with two spare mags in a Rosen Deuce.
40rds. of .40
GEN3 with no hesitation.
GS is fantastic.
You are aware that standard 9x19 loads are 35,000psi and max loads for .40 are...35,000psi?
9mm+P is 38,500psi and 9mm+P+ can go up to 43,000+psi.
The .40 was introduced on January 17, 1990.
U.S. Army special forces use the Glock 22.
The Coast Guard uses .40 as well, if you consider them a military force.
The .40 is only 23 years old, which is "brand new" in the gun world.
Of course it will be less popular than the 111 year old 9mm.
The Blackhawk #3 at Wal-Mart is the best overall pocket holster that I've found for compact revolvers. $9.97 and made in Idaho makes it hard to...
25ozs. empty is my cutoff for a carry gun.
For a range gun, I don't even consider its weight.
...Or maybe because it's pretty hard to blue stainless.
The drop safety is simply the ledge on the trigger mechanism housing that the trigger bar cruciform sits on when the trigger is forward.
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