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Old 10-28-2013, 07:10 PM   #671
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A few pics of my new Sig P938. Ordered an inside the waistband holster Friday, and it's already in today!



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A few pics of my new Sig P938. Ordered an inside the waistband holster Friday, and it's already in today!



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Nice Sig.......Range report?
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Nice Sig.......Range report?
Not yet. Going to range after work one day this week.
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They didn't feel right to me either when I started shooting them. It wasn't by choice. Now I've been told I have "glockholm" syndrome. LoL

Glocks are like a line of mud tires. They're all the same gun designed the same way to do the same thing, just in different sizes. They all look identical. So why keep an old model if you've got a new one?
Ok, so how come I don't feel that way about 1911's or "92's"??? BTW: thinking about the Chiappa M9 copy in the compact. The local Pawn/GS just got 4 in, 2 compacts and two full sized ones....
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A few pics of my new Sig P938. Ordered an inside the waistband holster Friday, and it's already in today!
I dig those 238/938's! Very smooth....
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Ok, so how come I don't feel that way about 1911's or "92's"???..
I donno man, I just learned to love it. It's not for everybody. But there's something to be said for the first gun that's all YOURS.
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This is very true. I had a very deep sentiment for my 20Ga. 870. Had it since age13. Finally let it go to a friend who's wife will enjoy it more then I was at this point. They are closer to the part of our development that backs up to National & State park land, and the river. Even threw in 100 rds. Of asst. 20Ga. Ammo for them...

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Just put some $$$ down on a S&W 1911 PC.. Should be picking it up in a month or sooner... Cant wait.

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I recently shot a S&W 686 revolver and I have never been a fan. 6 shots at 25ft in a 2.5" group with .38's. I could easily get excited about that one.

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thinking about getting another 10mm....Colt Delta Elite when they are available.

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