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Old 07-07-2013, 09:04 PM   #31
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I will also say that not everyone likes the feel of the trigger but I look at mine as an extra safety feature as opposed to a problem. I have heard about some kinda trigger job that drops the Pull to less then 4 Pounds......
I am considering changing the grips or adding those Pachmayr grip swells, and I already ordered a Laser Lyte for the side of the frame....And we're still waiting on those 9 rd. ext. mags....
I like the long trigger pull on both the LCP and LC9!! No ext on the LCP, so long pull serves as a safety!! And I always roll with out the safety on the LC9!! That's always a debate in its self!! But I like to be ready to go when I'm carrying!! Disengaging the safety is just an added step I choose to live without!! Got out the manual on the p95, it says it will chew about all 9mm made, including HP so I will keep my expensive Defense ammo in her!! I never carry that brick, but she sure shoots sweet and serves as a great sleeping pill-
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I like the long trigger pull on both the LCP and LC9!! No ext on the LCP, so long pull serves as a safety!! And I always roll with out the safety on the LC9!! That's always a debate in its self!! But I like to be ready to go when I'm carrying!! Disengaging the safety is just an added step I choose to live without!! Got out the manual on the p95, it says it will chew about all 9mm made, including HP so I will keep my expensive Defense ammo in her!! I never carry that brick, but she sure shoots sweet and serves as a great sleeping pill-
Ranged them both today!! Fun!!
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Nano is a nice looking pocket pal DRV,...do you put HP's In her and Does she feed them well? My old S&W will eat anything you load in her....but the LC9 sometimes doesn't care for some HP's...My Reloader pal I bought some rounds from yesterday morning said he made some "cup-points" by reversing SWC's...gave me a 10 rd. sample to try out...But I'd also like to get some FMJ's and have someone put little holes in the tips...RN's usually don't expand much if at all...
So far the Nano shoots everything I've fed it, from 115 to 147 gr fmj to 124 gr HPs. No feed or extraction issues barring one with 115 gr when I first got it. Due I believe to is being dry and the issue was failure to lock back on an empty mag if I recall correctly. It conceals well, it quite accurate not too snappy and the trigger it quite smooth. I like it a lot!
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GALLOWAY PERCISION .COM.....Sweet-Pea Trigger for the LCP is the SH!T...Look-it-up....They are the new triggers made just for the LCP...$45.00 dollars.......A must-get foe your LCP......

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