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I recently decided to try out a G42 to replace my Ruger LCP as a pocket pistol. I went all in and decided to sell my LCP before buying the G42. Purchased the G42 at a local store after handling it and trying it inside my pocket at the store. I was a little worried about its size at first but knew it would be easier to handle and shoot in a stressful situation. There was no spent casing with a dated envelope in the box so I called Glock and they told me it was manufactured in Nov-2016 and had all the latest updates.
So, my son just picked up a PPK. Myself and others gently warned him to try the gun out first to see if he liked it... There are many of them for sale used, because people enamored with the "James Bond Gun" don't end up liking it. He went ahead and bought it.
Well, we just went to the range yesterday - and he shoots great with it! And he says it is comfortable. So I guess all is good.
I have a Ruger Super Redhawk 454 Casull that I will be acquiring. The prior owner has a scope on it, but I'd like to use a red dot. I'm going to get a rail for a mount. As for ammo, I'll get some 45 Long Colt and some factory 454 Casull ammo until I get my press ready.
I am reading that the best thing to use is an Ultradot Matchdot since it has an adjustable MOA, and it can take the punishment. Anyone with long term use of one?
A little while back, a guy at the range was trying to decide on a new gun, as his Hi-Point had broken (seriously, true story). He said a lot of people were telling him to buy a Glock, but he was reluctant to get one, because as far as he could tell, "Glocks just aren't accurate."
I decided to bite my tongue, and stay the heck away from that argument (although it was tempting). Some younger guy did take the bait, and argued with him- all to no avail.* The most pleasurable part of it? Just the day prior to that, I had my G23 at the range, and a couple of the best shooters asked to try it.
Trying to figure out the difference between these connectors. I realize that the rocket requires fitting but are there any other differences between the three. I like how the Glock is a "two stage trigger" it allows me to know exactly when the gun will fire, so i want to be certain that the connectors won't change that. Otherwise I'm just trying to figure out the difference between the three?
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