Last Activity:11-07-2012 6:51 PM
Posted in thread: Break in period on 03-04-2012 at 07:25 PM
Any firearm that I plan to defend myself and others need to prove functional to me at least 500
times without failure before I trust it with my life. Even my Kimber had to earn it's right to
Posted in thread: Thinking about buying a kimber eclipse custom 2 on 02-23-2012 at 01:40 PM
Springfield also has one similar...Their Loaded model in black stainless.
Posted in thread: Conceal carry .45 on 02-20-2012 at 03:26 AM
3 months ago I bought a Kimber Raptor Pro II, and use it as my carry. I shoot slot and in that
time I shot 1200 rounds. After 800, the recoil spring became finicky where it would not reset
100%. I jus...
Posted in thread: first time gun buyer on 02-20-2012 at 03:20 AM
Rent the guns and try them out. I carry a 1911 in 45acp. I also had a XDm in 9mm, but would
like to think the 45 is just as a fantastic version of it. My brother swears by his Glock.
Posted in thread: Nighthawk... Is it worth it? on 02-20-2012 at 02:05 AM
On the t3, after 800 rounds does the recoil spring become finicky?
Posted in thread: Nighthawk... Is it worth it? on 02-20-2012 at 01:44 AM
I'm in the research phase now, but love 1911s. I own a RIA 1911a2 and a Kimber Raptor Pro II.
The rock is a tack driver and in the 2 years I had it it fired over 3000 rounds, no issues. I
had the Kimb...
Posted in thread: 1911s and Factory Reloads on 02-20-2012 at 01:04 AM
If it's brand new and in the breaking period, I normally fire at least 200 rounds of factory
fmj. I buy the cheapest factory at walmart. After 100, I try 10 reloades again fmj. The the
rest of the fac...
Posted in thread: Magazines on 02-20-2012 at 01:01 AM
If u have a full size government frame, the 8 rounders will be flush.
Posted in thread: Girlfriend looking for a Carry/practice handgun on 02-20-2012 at 12:59 AM
My wife shoots a Glock 19 and carries it as well. She loves my 1911 but too heavy for her to
carry. We rented so many guns before she decided on the 9. Try it before u buy it.
Posted in thread: Tips for a beginning shooter? on 02-20-2012 at 12:54 AM
Welcome to the shooting world. Be glad that u hit the paper on any shot ur first go round.
Practice dry firing (with or without snap caps). Make sure u check to make sure the firearm is