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My New Dan Wesson PM9

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by j1979, Dec 14, 2008.

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  1. j1979

    j1979 Member

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    Here it is with a set of Sarges grips. Havent had a chance to shoot this beauty yet, but hopefully soon.
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    Nice, where did you get?

    I have the 9mm Baer PII. I am a fan of the Wilson 10 round mags.
     
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    I got it from Matt Mink, A CZ sponsored shooter. It took me awhile to find it though, lots of emails and calling around. So far for mags I have the Tripp Cobra 10 rounders it came with and have four 9 round Springfield Metalforms on the way that I got a great deal on. Have you shot a PM9? If so, Im curious too see how you think it compare to your Baer? Thanks
     
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    I've had a bit of trouble with my Cobra Mags. No trouble with the Springfield 9 rounders or Wilson 10 rounders. I have not shot any 9mm 1911 except the Baer. I had some break in issue with extractor tension. If you get any fte or double feed issues let me know, it's not the mags in most cases.
     
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    Thanks for the heads up
     
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    j1979 Nice gun and that's a really cool table. Never seen anything like that before. (The table):D
     
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    THANKS!! I made the table myself, its for my dad for Christmas. Its concrete polished down to the aggregate with Ammonite fossils embedded in it. The concrete is a special mix for countertops and sinks and that kind of stuff, polishes up like marble.
     
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