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Old 12-03-2012, 10:44 PM   #61
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Here's my SR9c with the 10 round mag in the middle and two 17 round mags either side. Love this gun.

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I handled my cousin's SR9c briefly over Thanksgiving and I have to admit that it felt really good in-hand. Far better than some of its other polymer counterparts.

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I handled my cousin's SR9c briefly over Thanksgiving and I have to admit that it felt really good in-hand. Far better than some of its other polymer counterparts.

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You should try shooting it. Very nice trigger on mine and not a whole lot of recoil.
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You should try shooting it. Very nice trigger on mine and not a whole lot of recoil.
My wife is 5' & 105lbs & handles hers well + enjoys shooting it
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Your wife knows you posted her weight for all to see?

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You should try shooting it. Very nice trigger on mine and not a whole lot of recoil.
No thanks. I'll probably want to buy one if I shoot his. I don't even want to begin to think about having that conversation with my wife. "Well, uh... You see, honey... Is that a new outfit? You look great! ::COUGH!:: IBOUGHTAGUN! ::COUGH!:: Would you like to go to dinner, dear?"

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I wanted to correct you, my Mini-14 does not have a scope on a scope. It has a Sniper Hog Light Destroyer (Red) mounted on it for hog hunting or for coyotes. I took these pictures shortly after I received the hog light. I mounted it and went to the range and it DID NOT change my point of impact. I have checked it out and I can see a feral house cat at 125 yards extremely well with my scope. It was not mounted no my Mini-14 nor in my vehicle while deer hunting.
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I wanted to correct you, my Mini-14 does not have a scope on a scope. It has a Sniper Hog Light Destroyer (Red) mounted on it for hog hunting or for coyotes. I took these pictures shortly after I received the hog light. I mounted it and went to the range and it DID NOT change my point of impact. I have checked it out and I can see a feral house cat at 125 yards extremely well with my scope. It was not mounted no my Mini-14 nor in my vehicle while deer hunting.
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Just bought my wife this little SR22. Took it to the range and let her shoot the crap out of it, seems to be pretty nice! My SR9 was a little much for her so I thought I would go this route.


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Just bought my wife this little SR22. Took it to the range and let her shoot the crap out of it, seems to be pretty nice! My SR9 was a little much for her so I thought I would go this route.
Nice. I was thinking of getting one for plinking but I need a new shotgun first.
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