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look whats coming my way!! (pics)

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by David S, Apr 20, 2003.

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  1. David S

    David S Member

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    should be here in a few days!!!

    its in really really good condition, but im just thinking it might need some Hogue wood grips............

    im already picked out the Mitch Rosen holster i want for it.........
     

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    But of course it is :D Nice gun.
     
  3. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    The only gun I've ever bought because it was irresistibly cute is my Walther PPK. It's turned out to be a pretty good shooter.

    I recommend the magazine with the extended floor plate: it really does improve your grip.
     
  4. blades67

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    Enjoy!:cool:
     
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    Hey, Dave, that's great! Let us know how it shoots.:)
     
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    If Walther ever came out with a 9mm PPK I'd be all over it like flies on you know what :D
     
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    You realize that you will not be able to go 1 hour without saying "Bond, James Bond" :neener:
     
  8. David S

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    oh yeh!!
    as far as the magazine, yes i intend to buy one with the extension.
    just a few more days and it will be here............im looking at the mitch rosen "workman" tuckable holster to go along with it.
    i figure a fine gun needs a fine holster.
     
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    But a Sig p230 stainless is nicer. :p

    7/8" thick, and the mags all have a finger extension:

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  11. David S

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    yeh but what about that mag release?
    while you are useing your left hand to remove your empty mag, i have already dropped my empty one and reloaded......waiting for you to get the second one in.............
     
  12. Daguerre

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    Whatever the .380... stoke it with CorBon. I can't imagine any other round would really be much of a defense round in this mouse caliber. My Colt Mustang runs great on Corbon .380, but I'd sure hate to have to rely on it instead of one of my .45's. :rolleyes:
     
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    To do a fast reload of a Sig 230/232 or an HK PSP you hold the gun steady with your right hand, draw the second mag, then bring it up close to the magwell. With the thumb of your left hand you activate the mag release and then slide the new mag as soon as the first mag drops.

    Really doesn't take much time at all -- try it, you'll see. I actually prefer the Eurostyle bottom mag release for flat "deep carry" guns. No chance of accidentally dropping or unlocking a mag during holstering. And it is definitely better for ankle carry.
     
  14. David S

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    hmm well i have skinny ankles so i wouldnt carry one on my leg anyway............besides..............just look what Gun Bond carried? i mean if its good enough for Bond.......................right?
     
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    Is there much difference between the Sig p230 and p232 ? I have been looking at the p232 as a possible gun for the wife. Does
    Sig still make the p230?
     
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    Funny, I had always wanted one of those Walthers, but after a 18 year habit, I've never gotten around to buying one. Congrats on the nw addition!
     
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