Poll: For woods carry...
.40 S&W
.357sig
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Woods carry: .40 S&W or .357sig?
#11
Good to see ya Bob.  

How is your G23?  You getting more comfortable with it?

As far as the .357sig barrel, maybe somewhere down the road but no time soon.  My little stash has run dry, but that's a good thing.   Smile
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#12
I really like it a lot more in 9mm than 40.
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#13
Weak wrists?  Big Grin
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#14
I'd go with the 357 Sig. Flatter trajectory for longer shots and the .355" bullet will give better penetration than the .400" bullet of the 40 S&W. As always, JMHO, YMMV.
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#15
(05-28-2018, 12:27 AM)David Wrote: Weak wrists?  Big Grin

Weak design....compared to say, a classic Browning Hi Power or an HK of any sort.... Cool
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#16
I ordered a SS pin set for this second G22.  It didn't come with the various back straps or the longer pin so I figured that was the least expensive route as I could use the other beaver tail from the first G22.  Came in yesterday and went on just fine.  Don't know if I'll use the other pins but there there if needed.  Personal preference, I like the beaver tail on my Glocks.

As far as a .357sig barrel, maybe down the road.  Or maybe I'll pick up a Glock chambered in that caliber sometime (as I can still shot .40 or 9mm out of it with the conversion barrels I have on hand).  But for now I think .40 S&W will be the woods caliber of choice for me.  

And I'm just really liking the G22 overall.
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#17
Glock is what you are all about Dave. You keep coming back.
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#18
(05-31-2018, 03:58 AM)Bob Wrote: Glock is what you are all about Dave.  You keep coming back.

Makes the most sense for me.  What I carry on-duty.  What I carry off-duty.  What I teach.

Ruger makes a great second go-to pistol however.
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#19
Paul always has an interesting video to offer...



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#20
Good video.   That has me thinking about getting a 357 sig barrel for my G22
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