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Old 08-15-2009, 03:27 AM   #11
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Very nice report!
Good looking gun as well.
Thanks.

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Good job Caliche and outstanding mod on the CZ!

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There is no question there is room for improvement with more practice, but that shooting is quite good, especially considering this was a maiden voyage.

I am very impressed with the write up. You did one hell of a nice job telling the whole story and I wholeheartedly enjoyed the read.

Robar is an excellent company and I was shocked to see that you sent your barrel off based on just my review of the product. I assume that you were as pleased as I was with their customer service. They are an awesome company and their NP3 finish is definitely one that should be standard on any gun that makes my "WANT" list.

Excellent, excellent work sir.

If you are ever in Washington State I would LOVE to go to the range with you my new found friend!

JD
Your assumption is correct. Robar did an excellent job on my refinishing, their staff was knowledgeable and their customer service was excellent. After seeing your results and browsing their page I pretty much figured they were a quality establishment. A few e-mails and phone calls made me feel even better. If you are considering sending something over to Robar, DO IT!

When I decide on a carry piece, it may very well end up going to them for their once over and refinishing services.

Again, thanks for the kind words and welcome. Firearms and writing are two things I enjoy, and this is just a really fortunate crossroads.
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I'd say you did very well with your first foray into pistols. As was noted:

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There is no question there is room for improvement with more practice, but that shooting is quite good, especially considering this was a maiden voyage.
Your mods to the weapon show you're definitely serious about it so go with it and keep practicing. I do as much as time permits. I'm sure others will agree with me on that...
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