In this brief but last article on the history of the Second Amendment, we will be looking at State’s view of that amendment and how it affects us.
We saw in the previous article, The State vs. the Feds, that various states had laws governing the right to...
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My first 1911 was a springfield armory compact 1911. I think it had a 3 inch barrel. I bought it about 30 years ago. It was a jamomatic. I traded it in for a S/A full size and the same thing. I sent it back and no fix. I then bought colt 1991. It would jam every so often and I was ready to give up on 1911s. Then the Colt apparently broke in and now it is dead on reliable, accurate and a fantastic trigger. I trust it enough to carry it every day. The front sight popped off and I sent it back to colt and they replaced both sights with a 3 dot. I love this gun. I have small hands so it fits perfect. The colt will only feed fmj but that's fine with me.
What kind of luck have you had with your 1911?
I'm currently selling a couple of pistols I own to consolidate my stock for the moment. I'm relatively new to the gun owning world and I think I'd be better off with one for now instead of two. The one that I would have normally kept is too hard for me to field strip these days. Anyway, I'm looking at a Glock 19 or 17 as a be all end all gun. Both are gen 4. I'm leaning toward the 17 because the grip on the 19 causes me to scrunch my pinky into my ring finger to get a good grip. The 17 gives me more room. There's a few other guns from different companies that I'm also interested in. Should I go for the Glock? Why?
Recently added the G19 Battlefield Green, 40Mos and G17C within the past 4 weeks.
They join the 34 FDE. All gen4 family now. Sold a g26 gen 3 recently towards a colt rail gun. 26 just felt like a brick to me. Might like it more as a gen 4.
Just added a trijicon rmr to the 40. Cabelas was blowing them out for about $350. Gun is a beast but I do feel my Delta Elite handles better for me. Stoked to have this though as it was on my mind for a while.
On another topic I asked a question about whether or not persons carrying their weapon for self-defense have ever had formal training in how to use their weapon in a gun fight, etc. It was suggested a new topic be started. So, I'm asking and curious to learn why, why not and what kind of training?
sorry for the misleading title. I have lots of Glocks already and wanted something different. I was looking at the M&P, h&k vp, etc....
The FN Pro-Shop and factory is right down the road from my house so it makes sense that I should own one.
I got a deal since FN offers a Law Enforcement discount. Like their version of the Glock blue label except FN allows fde models to be sold to LEO which Glock doesn't.
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