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Adopted an Argentinian

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by brentwal, Mar 23, 2007.

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  1. brentwal

    brentwal Member

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    Poor kid, only thing he had in the world was an old Uncle Mikes holster that was to big for 'im. :D
     
  2. skud_dusty

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    How much did that set you back? I'm looking at one for my first CCW piece :D
     
  3. modifiedbrowning

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    Congrats on the new pistol. I have three Argentinians myself, 9mm though.
     
  4. Texas Colt

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    Congrats on the adoption.

    Poor widdle guy... glad he has a good home now.
     
  5. brentwal

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    Gave him a CLP bath and a lube. Most of the "scratches" are from a dirty scanner.

    The adoption cost me $199 + tax.

    I'm not even sure if he's ever seen a bullet down the bore, and the Uncle Mike's fits my Mak better.
     
  6. mshiermd

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    Si Senor

    Si Senor, bueno!

    You will enjoy the little rascal. Remarkably accurate for an inexpensive pistol (see the 15 yd challenge in the General catagory, pg 7). Have two; both are reliable with no failures after ~1000 rds. That is, with the exception of Wolf ammo that they just don't like. Comfortable carry pistol; loaded with CorBon pretty effective.
     
  7. Hokkmike

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    I have a .380 Thunder (in nickle) and it is GREAT.

    Good for you! ENJOY!
     
  8. pap1105

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    good buy i have the t380 duo tone and find it reliable for daily carry and it looks cool.
     
  9. fattsgalore

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    FYI, Keep the slide either oilded or free of finger prints. Or it might rust. Mine did. But with that said the rust never hindered perfomance what so ever.
     
  10. brentwal

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    Noticed that it had a couple tiny rust spots and it got a thin coat of oil on the slide.

    The holster was big enough for my S&W 4006.
     
  11. DWARREN123

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    Love my little Bersa .380
     
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