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Old 07-10-2012, 01:44 PM   #921
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Its not to difficult but it is a bit of a stretch for the thumb to hit the quick release, im a bit ambidextrous i guess but main reason i use a right for a left grab is because thats the only rig i have for my truck at the moment.... lol
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Old 07-10-2012, 01:55 PM   #922
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Well, if you're comphy with it its better than not have it i rekken
True! Reaction time from that point vs. Fumbling around in the center console or glove box is a tad bit quicker ....
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Old 07-10-2012, 02:00 PM   #923
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True! Reaction time from that point vs. Fumbling around in the center console or glove box is a tad bit quicker ....
I actually keep mine under the folding console in my Ford trucks- Concealed enuff to be legal but quick to get
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I actually keep mine under the folding console in my Ford trucks- Concealed enuff to be legal but quick to get
I saw one really cool holster that straps under the steering wheel, i think thatd be a nice grab point! I shoulda bought it but oh well i guess
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Old 07-14-2012, 03:37 AM   #925
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Just put on a nighthawk match trigger and wilson mag well and did some polishing
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Old 07-15-2012, 08:04 PM   #926
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I got bored today so i decided to church up my factory grips a little bit. A little bit of flat OD and little satin black. They came out kinda iridescent, the colors vary depending on the light.

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I got bored today to i decided to church up my factory grips a little bit. A little bit of flat OD and little satin black. They came out kinda iridescent, the colors vary depending on the light.
Looks pretty good ugly
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My full sized 1911 had a baby. Have yet to get this to the range but I am impressed with the Sig Sauer P938's look and feel. Glad I waited and didn't get the P238.
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My full sized 1911 had a baby. Have yet to get this to the range but I am impressed with the Sig Sauer P938's look and feel. Glad I waited and didn't get the P238.
I think a lot of us are interested in that 9mm.

How about some more eye candy and a range report after you get 'er dirty!
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Will do now that the World Series of Poker is over I might actually get a day off for some range time!
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