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Old 10-27-2012, 05:17 PM   #21
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Had one for about 3 years- That would speak volumes if you knew me & my trading habits
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Old 10-27-2012, 09:42 PM   #22
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Congrats on the choice. I have had one for two years and it is one of my carry guns. I live in Florida, as as it is thicker then my Shield, it is a little harder to conceal. I will start to carry it more now that the weather is getting cooler. Gives an advantage of 10 + 1 rounds over the Shield's 7 + 1.

The loaded round indicator does not bother me, it does not interfere with the sights. The trigger is very crisp and predictable. I like it. I have about 4000 rounds through it without any issues. It did FTF a couple rounds during the break in period, and once with Winchester white box ammo, though it was only one box I had any trouble with.

I am debating a laser or night sigts for it, as the three dots are not much good at night.

Good luck with it.
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