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Looking for a G23C or G23 Gen4

Discussion in 'The .40 S&W Club' started by Calico Hunter, Feb 26, 2011.

  1. Calico Hunter

    Calico Hunter Vietnam Vet

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    I have decided to change my carry weapon from my G19 to a G23C or G23 Gen4. To accomplish this, I would like to do an even trade for my 4 month old, LNIB Sig P226 9mm, with all accessories.

    If you are interested, contact me at: calicohunter@aol.com

    Thank You
     
  2. Calico Hunter

    Calico Hunter Vietnam Vet

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    My first choice for a trade would be the G23 Gen4.

    Opinions regarding shooting a "C" model at night vary. Some peeps say the flash is not significant, while others say you loose your vision for a second or two. If so, that is the wrong choice for HD or Carry. :dunno:
     


  3. robin303

    robin303 Helicopter Nut

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    One thing I learned in Army Aviation it takes your eyes 45 min to adjust back to darkness. I have had over 10 people talk me out of the C models.
     
  4. Calico Hunter

    Calico Hunter Vietnam Vet

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    Robin ... Is that an Apache in your profile pic ? Ya gotta love Ride of the Valkyries by Wagner !

    My "newbie" status is comig out - your weapons, what are "Gills"

    The eye adjustment thing is a concern. But, I have been told that the flash from a revolver is much greater than that of a C model. I wish I could try firing a C Model at night so that I could draw my own conclusion, but I can't get my mitts on one - bummer.

    Thank you for Serving

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