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Conversation Between Alliance50 and Forgoten214
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  1. Forgoten214
    03-13-2009 08:34
    Forgoten214
    Awesome. Yeah, I totally agree. Accuracy is not my no.1 priority. Its important but dependability is key. The TRP is a great balanced gun. Problem with higher dollar guns is that they are shooting more for accuracy. It hinders a gun's dependability due to make a gun more accuracy you sacrifice some reliability at that point. Making the gun tighter and tighter chambers will make the gun more prone to jams due to environmental conditions and everyday life. At least this is from my experiance anyway.
  2. Alliance50
    03-13-2009 08:26
    Alliance50
    Hi Forgoten
    Thats what I look for in SD gun also.
    I want the da... thing to go bang when I need it to!
    Accuracy will come with practice with just about any gun,However I really like the TRP better than my Springfield loaded.

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