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Old 01-22-2012, 05:22 PM   #1
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Picked up my new XR9 Boberg yesterday.
Ill post images and a range repost soon.


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Old 01-23-2012, 11:36 PM   #2
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A few images of the Boberg. One shows the size above the Sig P290







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Old 01-24-2012, 12:00 AM   #3
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I took one out yesterday. Consistently shot low right. Ran fine, just not putting holes where I intended them to be.

Ran

Winchester - Ranger 127+p+, 124 t series, 124+p ranger bonded
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and bitterroot valley 115fmj. Had two bullets pulled from the cases with the BVS.

It annoys me that I see the hammer.
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If this the one that somehow strips the round from the magazine backwards?
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That's the one. Saw one at a show once and was intrigued, but looked at the price tag and put down.
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If this the one that somehow strips the round from the magazine backwards?
Yes it is.

http://www.bobergarms.com/notes/Magazine_Loading
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Hmmm, a new model from Boberg.

I think a Rohrbaugh is the next thing for you...

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How's the muzzle flip on that Boberg? I'd be willing to bet it's almost non existent.
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I don't know why the thread quit and Trip286 did not get an answer, but the muzzle flip on a Boberg is almost non existant. The Boberg is my wife's carry gun, and she really likes it.

I like it too, but I am not interested in a carry gun for me that isn't a .45, or better yet, a 12 gauge.
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I don't know why the thread quit and Trip286 did not get an answer, but the muzzle flip on a Boberg is almost non existant. The Boberg is my wife's carry gun, and she really likes it.

I like it too, but I am not interested in a carry gun for me that isn't a .45, or better yet, a 12 gauge.
I'm sorry for dragging up an old thread. But it was one of two with "boberg" in the title.

Chance, I was just on Boberg's website a few minutes ago. We can pre-order their .45 ACP version.

Anyway, I'm interested in their 9mm. Does your wife still have it? What is everything you can tell me about this gun?


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