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    Quote Originally Posted by LuvDog View Post
    Did you like the P226?
    Yeah I did. Prices seem a lot higher than I remember, though, and I think they might be out of my budget.

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    [QUOTE=RandyO;1552149]Did some shooting today with my Henry 30-30, and Raging Judge, been working on my range, clearing it out better, more angular separation between targets, reset the bench for better alignment Attachment 51511Attachment 51512Attachment 51513


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    Quote Originally Posted by number9 View Post
    Looking to get back to putting small holes in pieces of paper. I've had a SIG P226 in the past.. should I get another one, or spring for the P320?

    I have no desire to swap calibers, which I understand is a selling point of the 320. I'm only interested in 9mm.
    I have both. It's weird that you mention caliber swiping because my 226 will run 9/40/357. The 320 I have in an X5, the target model. It's good, but nothing amazing. The 226 is a service pistol, and you are already familiar with the pros and cons of the metal gun. For my money, target shooting alone, I think the Canik tp9 sfx is one of the best buys on the market.

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    Not exactly gun related but anyone here ever use any of the console safes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loki32687 View Post
    Not exactly gun related but anyone here ever use any of the console safes?
    Iíve never used one for a car...but I do have one Iím selling that has a mounting plate that could be mounted in a car so you can remove the safe and bring it somewhere else to another mounting plate...canít mount it in a console though...under a seat maybe or in a trunk...I used it as an indoor electronic quick access safe so I never used the mounting plate...but a console safe seem like an easier access location


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    Quote Originally Posted by number9 View Post
    Looking to get back to putting small holes in pieces of paper. I've had a SIG P226 in the past.. should I get another one, or spring for the P320?

    I have no desire to swap calibers, which I understand is a selling point of the 320. I'm only interested in 9mm.
    The selling point of the 320 isn't so much about swapping calibers (though you CAN do that pretty easily too), but mostly swapping the grip modules & slide lengths... you can go from a full length 17 round grip to a 15 round compact/carry length grip to a 12 round subcompact grip in about 20 seconds. And the grip modules are cheap as hell... Like 30-50 bucks. So that's kinda awesome.

    And you can mix/match slide lengths a little as well... Full length slide, compact slide, subcompact slide, though that's a bit pricier.

    But the 320 vs 22x debate is primarily a matter of what flavor you like best... a polymer striker or an alloy hammer. They're both great tho.

    JC, it's interesting you don't like the X5. The more Heider shoots his the more he likes it. He's done some work to it though. Trigger kit, tungsten grip module, magwell. It makes for a great production USPSA set-up if you want to go striker fired over da/sa or sao hammer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OreoGaborio View Post

    JC, it's interesting you don't like the X5. The more Heider shoots his the more he likes it. He's done some work to it though. Trigger kit, tungsten grip module, magwell. It makes for a great production USPSA set-up if you want to go striker fired over da/sa or sao hammer.
    Maybe I expected something special? It seems equivalent to a base model canik or slightly better than a glock. I did a SRT on it which helped a little, but it still creeps, and is heavy. It’s nice to shoot with an optic ona pistol, but if it didn’t have that I would never take it to the range.

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    The Grey Guns trigger transforms it. Though there's another company that's about to come out with a more adjustable trigger that looks pretty promising.

    Hell if we ended up havin a gtg at the range sometime I'm sure he'd let ya do a side-by-side comparo.

    Could try it next to my SC as well to see the real difference.

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    Re: Guns...

    Quote Originally Posted by number9 View Post
    Looking to get back to putting small holes in pieces of paper. I've had a SIG P226 in the past.. should I get another one, or spring for the P320?

    I have no desire to swap calibers, which I understand is a selling point of the 320. I'm only interested in 9mm.
    Have 320 RX full size and compact, both in 9mm also have 226 MK25 among others. Love them both and cant see passing them on. The MK trigger is good but could use a SRT kit. The 320 was good out of the box but a Grey Guns Competition trigger kit was a godsend and really cranked it up to 11!

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    targetsportsusa.com rules. Ordered two cases of 9mm yesterday & they got delivered today... woot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OreoGaborio View Post
    targetsportsusa.com rules. Ordered two cases of 9mm yesterday & they got delivered today... woot!
    Love those guys... no need to even look anywhere else for purchases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OreoGaborio View Post
    targetsportsusa.com rules. Ordered two cases of 9mm yesterday & they got delivered today... woot!
    What brand/type did you order? I need to start putting some holes in paper, again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuvDog View Post
    Love those guys... no need to even look anywhere else for purchases.
    Yep, just wish they stocked target load 12ga

    Quote Originally Posted by number9 View Post
    What brand/type did you order? I need to start putting some holes in paper, again...
    Blazer 9mm 147gr. 16c/rd

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    Quote Originally Posted by OreoGaborio View Post
    Blazer 9mm 147gr. 16c/rd
    Thanks! I'll give it a try next time I order something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuvDog View Post
    Love those guys... no need to even look anywhere else for purchases.
    Unless you want some ammo for clays. I think I've only seen that in stock once or twice. Everything else is nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by number9 View Post
    Thanks! I'll give it a try next time I order something.
    If you go through more than 1200 bucks worth of ammo a year, they have a 95 dollar prime membership that gets you 8% off and free shipping on anything that isn't a case (cases ship free with or without membership)

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    Whereís a good place to buy clays?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Point37 View Post
    Where’s a good place to buy clays?


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    I got a box of 90 from Walmart earlier this week for about $6 or $7, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by number9 View Post
    I got a box of 90 from Walmart earlier this week for about $6 or $7, I think.
    Nice!...I have this thrower...havenít used it yet...or the shotgun i have

    MTM Case-Gard EZ-3 Clay Bird Thrower, Red https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003IT9B8M..._CraVDb16VP918

    This is all I can find on the Walmart app...




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    I just got a 10% off coupon from Kittery Trading Post, good on any new/used gun, till Dec 2. I may take a trip down and buy the goose gun I want.

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    Anyone shot the p365 sas?...wondering how the sights are


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    Quote Originally Posted by Point37 View Post
    Anyone shot the p365 sas?...wondering how the sights are
    Looked at one this past weekend... I like it a lot and think a 365 is in my future, but to be honest, I think I'd go w/ a regular 365 over the SAS.

    Now as stated, all I did was HOLD it, but I feel like the Meprolight FT Bullseye sighting system that the SAS uses would make it a LITTLE bit tougher to quickly pick up the front sight in a self defense situation. That said, in a self defense situation, you're probably more likely to be point shooting rather than lining up a sniper shot anyway...

    When you're just at the range and not looking for quick sight pick-up, they seem like they'd be plenty effective though... but like I said, if I were going to buy tomorrow, I'd probably lean towards the regular 365.

    Do some google-ing on the FT Bullseye sight. There are some videos out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OreoGaborio View Post
    Looked at one this past weekend... I like it a lot and think a 365 is in my future, but to be honest, I think I'd go w/ a regular 365 over the SAS.

    Now as stated, all I did was HOLD it, but I feel like the Meprolight FT Bullseye sighting system that the SAS uses would make it a LITTLE bit tougher to quickly pick up the front sight in a self defense situation. That said, in a self defense situation, you're probably more likely to be point shooting rather than lining up a sniper shot anyway...

    When you're just at the range and not looking for quick sight pick-up, they seem like they'd be plenty effective though... but like I said, if I were going to buy tomorrow, I'd probably lean towards the regular 365.

    Do some google-ing on the FT Bullseye sight. There are some videos out there.
    thanks...i def plan to look into it further...i think i would rather have a regular 365 as well but the sas doesn't have a thumb safety (like the regular 365 does) which is why i like it...if i could get a free state 365 that would be the way i would want to go

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    I'm pretty sure that either version, without safety, are LEO only if you're purchasing from an FFL.

    At least that's what I was told at the Gun Parlor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OreoGaborio View Post
    I'm pretty sure that either version, without safety, are LEO only if you're purchasing from an FFL.

    At least that's what I was told at the Gun Parlor.
    No idea if the 365 is good to go or not but gun shops are shockingly illiterate when it comes to MA laws. There are still shops out there that will tell you it's illegal for civilians to have Glocks in MA.

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