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Old 01-04-2013, 06:33 PM   #1
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These seem really hard to come by...Anybody have experience with or own one...seems like colt only makes one a week.....

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Old 01-04-2013, 07:24 PM   #2
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You can get a Sig P238 which is essentially the same gun. They will accept Mustang mags. And you get better sights on the Sig.
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Wow...you're right on....don't own a sig..but this might be my first...thanks!
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My uncle has one similar, I shot it. Its a decent gun, you only get about 300-400 shots before it starts to jam. Note I shot an older model, the Mk IV
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I have a Mustang Plus II a very fine handgun. We use older Colt Mustangs in our Handgun Classes. These guns have had thousands of rounds shot thru them. We have never had FTF problems with them.
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Or a Sig P938 in better caliber and only 1/2" longer...
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The choice of calibers is a personal decision based on the needs of the gun owner. There are no wrong calibers or better calibers. The gun owner will decide the caliber that fits his needs. The market offers many calibers and types to fill these needs.
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Or get an Iver Johnson Pony. About the same thing. A friend just bought one used for $200. It works flawless and is quite accurate. Uses Colt Mustang magazines.
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Quote:
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There are no wrong calibers or better calibers.
Couldn't disagree more, not when comes to 380 and 9mm. Thus my post.
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What do you mean exactly?
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