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Couple of new guns...
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Well I mentioned a bit ago that I sold my Sig P320.  Nothing wrong with it at all, but I was offered much more than I paid.  Well, I turned that one gun into two which I picked up this morning at what I consider good deals.

First was another Ruger LC9, this one was the LC9s.  That was $245 and came with a second magazine and a pocket holster.  Couple of hundred rounds through it but it looks basically brand new.  

The second was a S&W M&P Shield in 9mm for $370.  This one was brand new (guy shot 14 rounds but the gentleman had arthritis in his hands and wasn't good for him) and on a couple of months old.  Came with new night sights and 150 rounds of FMJ and 20 rounds of HP's.  

So now I need to shoot both Rugers and the Smith and test them with various rounds for function.  What will probably happen is I'll give the Shied to my son as he seemed to like it quite well.  I'll take back the Glock 26 Gen 2.5 I've been letting him use.  My wife had her eyes on my LC9 but I think she'll end up with the Lc9s as she's use to striker fired guns.  This will leave her 709 Slim as a spare for whatever.

I'd like to get to the range tomorrow and test them all out.
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"What could possibly go wrong with a duct tape boat?"  Cody Lundin

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#2
The range report is in a different thread.  Just to note that I'm really enjoying the Ruger LC9.  I take this on my evening walks and I'm pleased that so far it's fit perfectly in two of the three pockets I've tested it out in.  A pair of jean shorts and a pair of cargo shorts were perfect for the Ruger.  Fit completely in the pocket and was not visible yet I was easily able to reach into the pocket and draw from the Sticky Holster.  My long jeans pocket was a tad too narrow to provide an easy draw.  The Ruger did fit fine but the pocket opening was just a bit tighter.  I can still draw the pistol out but not with a full hand on it.  So far two out of three isn't bad.

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Governmental dependance makes for poor self reliance.

"What could possibly go wrong with a duct tape boat?"  Cody Lundin

The best defense against evil men are good men with violent skill sets.
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Dave this isn't a picture of you out walking around in your jean shorts is it?

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#4
That's just wrong on so many levels.
Governmental dependance makes for poor self reliance.

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The best defense against evil men are good men with violent skill sets.
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Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
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#6
He forgot to shave his legs is why.'08. Wink
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