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Got mah Guns back!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by hurrakane212, Nov 6, 2006.

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  1. hurrakane212

    hurrakane212 Member

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    Gon my guns back from The Gun Works. I had a trigger job done on my XD and my 642 and I had the cylinder polished on the 642.
    The triggers on both are much smoother and lighter. The XD trigger is MUCH better. The takeup is feather light, the break is crisp and about 4-5lbs (my rough guesstimate). The XD trigger is very smooth now. Better even than an old S&W DA revolver.

    Here are a few of my toys

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  2. Car Knocker

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    I'm sure they are nice but, unfortunately, all I see is the dreaded "Red X".
     
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    Red "X" here too!!!
     
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    Yea but those are "custom" Red X's!!!:neener:
     
  5. hurrakane212

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    Hmm I'll try it again in a bit
    ~Nathan
     
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    Nice "X"'s Dude Sweet
    what was the cost on the XD Trigger Job?
     
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    Website??
     
  8. hurrakane212

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    there we go

    It should be viewable now~Nathan
     
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    oh yeah

    By the way, it cost me 80$ for trigger jobs on both guns and having the cylinder polished~Nathan
     
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    Dude, stop biting your nails!

    (takes one to know one).:neener:


    BTW, nice collection....
     
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    So are all of these red velvet sheets that some of you have indicate some kind of bachelor pad allure or do you actually roll like this just for gun pics ;)

    Reminds me of "The Continental" from Saturday Night Live :D

    Nice guns though :D
     
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    Nun chucks are always a nice touch.
     
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    FTF

    Actually that's my wife's jacket turned inside out. She thought it would look better than on the scratched up dresser. Not a bachelor here!
    ~Nathan
     
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