LOL....adding Sig S to the mix is only adding to MY point of argument...Here we go....
Well.... yea its not cheap. Kinda the point. I've shot my wife's glock 23. It was like drinking room temp water.LOL....adding Sig S to the mix is only adding to MY point of argument...
But nice looking ejection port...except where it says .45 Auto....
....and Sis Sauer.....LOL
Y'all just make it too easy....LOL
Hmmm, I Think I asked for all of y'all to pick calibers/guns that YOU DONT LIKE...
Can we PLEASE get off of defending the 45 auto????
PICK SOMETHING YOU DON'T LIKE!!!!!!
HA Ha Ha LOL....Well.... yea its not cheap. Kinda the point. I've shot my wife's glock 23. It was like drinking room temp water.
What don't I like? Well there's a reason most SW 500's come used with a box of 49 rounds....
at $10/ box for 9, and $20 for .45, I'm looking to pick up a 9.Ok, now just to really go sideways with this, how about a 1911 in 9mm? Some say heresy, I say pretty nice looking.
I'm sure its a good time.... but 300 rounds is an afternoon with a .45HA Ha Ha LOL....
Heard that story many-a-times with the 500....But I fired at least 300+ rounds through the first one I had (that got stolen)
I'm sure its a good time.... but 300 rounds is an afternoon with a .45
Liking big calibers is cool.... but I mean.... what the hell are they for?
I have a 1911 in 45 and in 9mm, as well as a self-built 2011 in 40S&W. The 9mm is a Dan Wesson, and while it is a great shooter, it is fairly heavy, coming in at 43 oz. with an empty mag. I use the gun mostly for action shooting games, and the added weight is a benefit in that role.Ok, now just to really go sideways with this, how about a 1911 in 9mm? Some say heresy, I say pretty nice looking. Same way some hate the large roll mark Series 70's, but I really like them.
That is all true.... however, practicality comes into play. When he's saying 1911's suck because they're heavy and have a low capacity.... then goes " SW .500!" Well, I'm gonna just stand there and look stunned.Stopping power, a larger heavier bullet can hit harder and penetrate deeper causing a much larger wound channel (again velocity, bullet mass, and caliber come into play).
That is quite nice. Those laminates are something of a bear to shape and sand. They got to do quite a lot of it.
Modern laser sights are most impressive. Please keep us updated on product performance.View attachment 396912 View attachment 396911 View attachment 396909 Well guys I got a lasermax guide rod for my HK VP9 LE. Can’t seem to find any reviews on line. It’s definitely going to range a lot. I got about 1500 rounds last weekend. Need to test it out. To the guy asking me about the VP9 LE trigger or what yes I love it dearly for a striker gun. Up to 5,600 rounds now. Bought a Surefire X300U/A, four more mags for a total of 12 mags. I’ll keep y’all updated on the lasermax. View attachment 396910
Stupid simple install. This toggle switch for HK seems much superior to the lasermax Glock activation. No raven holster would turn laser on by accident so far. This really helps with around corners and cover. You expose less of yourself. You can aim when you can’t access the irons. I still like irons but I love options too damnit. I’ll update later... only con I can find is 1 hour batt life for 3 x 393 cells.
Affirm. I want at least a thousand or more rounds down on it before I say anything too positive. It is in use with military and LE units. First impressions are very good.Modern laser sights are most impressive. Please keep us updated on product performance.
For the HK VP9 Model yes. Laser also pulses for this model. Technically they give you an aftermarket take down lever which has a toggle. Forward is on rear is off. I prefer manual activation of a laser. It may not always be desired to have laser turn on as soon as you draw the gun. That was why I didn’t go with other systems. I wanted to retain ability to use my holster also. (Think weather like fog or smoke environment and that would be super bad for hiding yourself.)Is the laser activation on the takedown lever?