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Springfield TRP

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by SNEAKS, Nov 25, 2007.

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  1. SNEAKS

    SNEAKS Member

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    I just put a TRP on layaway yesterday. I cant wait to get it paid off. Any comments on the performance of these would be great. Thanks
     
  2. thatsteveguy

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    I just bought one this week, now I'm waiting for the 10 day wait period here in California to end. In my research on this pistol before I bought it, I read one glowing review after another. The one consistant complaint I did read about would be the 20 LPI front strap checkering. Some said it was pretty agressive and their fingers suffered for it, but most of those said they eventually got used to it. I bought the stainless TRP version and was impressed on how "fitted" the gun was. No rattles or movement when I shook the gun. Clean and sharp edges on the rails where they engage the slide. Overall fit and finish on mine was excellent!
     
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    congrats, i was looking at thiose for a while, they are nice for sure, if it is anything like my mc operator you will love it!
     
  4. WOODROW

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    I have had my TRP for about 2 years and I still love it. Shoots GREAT!! You might try yoga to help pass the time, (I sat and watched the clock on my lay a way and it did not help a bit). The only change I have made on mine is the grips. I replaced mine with a set of rubber panels from Houge. Saves the factory grips from any wear and tear. At first all I would use was Wilsons combat mags but I have found that Chip McCormick shooting star mags work just as well and cost half as much at www.cdnn.com. No complaints at all on the TRP. SEMPER FI and GOOD LUCK
     
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