Isnt that what the KC9 EVO for???
Its worth every cent.. While it may be one of my cheapest semi custom 1911 purchases.. It definitely ranks way up at the top in my meager collection.
Its also substantial thicker than your current S&W
Yeah. Ive had one for quite some time, but don't really mess with it much.
Amen, by far the best bang for your buck in the semi custom world.
Me either.. :evil:
I own/have owned guns from all the semi-custom makers.. my dream gun would be a Reid or Biondo
It locks on the rail. g26 doesnt have one, so thats likely the biggest issue. The trigger guard and the beavertail are the same as the bigger guns...
The Bull Shadow is a CZC gun.. its not off the shelf
This what happens when you actually shoot them. :)
Plenty of accounts on the ol internet of plastic fantastic loosing frame rails.. is it an issue or tolerance stacking? Plenty of metal/alloy guns...
That was my premise! You're essentially comparing a disk phone to a cell phone, a Model T to a 288 GTO. A lot happened between 1911 and 1982. A...
[ATTACH] The entire world changed in the 70 odd years between their design..
They are both extremely simple machines based on the exact same action.
Bingo.. dont think I own a single gun that hasn't been denigrated/vilified/etc. Etc over the internet.. if I listened to them, I would own nothing.
They have been around since the early 60's,I believe its the simplicity of the design. Much like the 10/22, Glocks, 1911's that can all be build...
That means nothing without knowing condition of all involved.
They are sister company's owned by the same people..
OP: in 40yrs of shooting Ive only ever owned mechanical watches... Not one breakage that...
Ill preface by stating..Dont own one... would never own one.. Butttttt can you be specific about the issue your having? Since they are all pretty...
Was this an indoor our outdoor range?
Its an HK.. never even heard of one needing warranty work... :)
on a serious note... I will preface by stating I have not owned a v2.0 M&P....
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