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Old 09-20-2009, 10:11 PM   #1
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My brother Rodney told me to shoot standing up, 20 feet from target, Weaver stance. He said I had some "flyers" (whatever!) so I wood not let him shoot my guns.









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Old 09-28-2009, 11:03 PM   #2
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Default Which way to carry for Commander size 1911s?

Not long ago, I purchased a Nighthawk T3 for concealed carry. What carry method do most of you who carry Commander-size 1911s use?

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Another Nighthawk owner!!! JD!!!!!

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JD is the only one here that can tell you how to carry a Night Hawk.

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JD is the only one here that can tell you how to carry a Night Hawk.
It's a 1911 and more about the size. Nothing to do with brands unless I'm missing something.

Carry it like you would any other 1911.
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It's a 1911 and more about the size. Nothing to do with brands unless I'm missing something.

Carry it like you would any other 1911.
So tell the OP how to carry a 1911

I thought the Nighthawk was carried in a special way....my bad
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So tell the OP how to carry a 1911

I thought the Nighthawk was carried in a special way....my bad
I don't even own a 1911!!!

Shoulder rig?
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I'm currently looking into a crossbread supertuck. A friend recently got one and it seems like a good piece. Plus I want to be able to tuck my shirt in.

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