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Maclypse
PostPosted: 2012/01/30 12:41 pm    Post subject:

Will do. Able to pick it up on Friday and going to the range on Saturday.
Sarlos
PostPosted: 2012/01/29 11:33 pm    Post subject:

Very nice Jaymo! That was one of the 3 handguns that i had narrowed down to. Let us know how you like it after putting some rounds through it. wink
Maclypse
PostPosted: 2012/01/29 2:51 am    Post subject:

My turn to chime in. I got my new gun tonight. It's a Glock 23. Pic from Google below.

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Can check out the specs here: http://guncentral.net/Pistols/glock23.html

Can't wait to go shoot it next weekend.
Titheon
PostPosted: 2012/01/24 3:59 am    Post subject:

Gratz !!
Ub3rmike
PostPosted: 2012/01/19 5:37 pm    Post subject:

Sarlos wrote:
damn spaz! well at least now i know where to turn for my Springfield hookup!

Nice Glock Mike! Is that a 9mm? How do you like it? I had worked my way down to 3 final choices, either the springfield xdm, the smith & wesson M&P or the Glock 23, all in s&w .40 cal.

I primarily use my pistol as a sidearm while archery hunting way back in the mountains, and my .45 was just way too big and heavy in my pack. I wanted to cut down to a smaller and lighter sidearm that wouldnt be so heavy, yet also still packed some stopping power, which is why i chose the .40 over the smaller 9mm. The compact size and adjustability of the xdm was perfect for me. I'm looking forward to having it in the field with me this next year while hunting, compared to my bigass old ruger 45! wink


It is a 9mm (Glock 17). Honestly I've only had the chance to dry fire it. I'm a Sig P220 kind of guy, but it feels good at least. My dad is watching over my guns while I'm stationed down south because I would never trust an armorer with any of my weapons on base.
ownagesplash
PostPosted: 2012/01/19 3:57 pm    Post subject:

Yea over this past year I switched from 28-1/2 draw to 29". Also upped my lbs from 81 to 83. Currently shooting 450 grain. Most of the extra power I've been adding onto my bow stems from the fact that I hunt in very dense coniferous swamps. I would say that my bow is a whitetail killing machine, first deer I got this past year I missed forward by 2-3 inches and crushed both shoulders blades with the arrow lodging itself into the ground. mad

needless to say I didn't have to track very far.
Sarlos
PostPosted: 2012/01/19 3:34 pm    Post subject:

Nice Stoeger Rab! You dont even want to get me started on bows in here....thats an entirely new thread! envy

I'll have to put up pics of my bow setup. I'm currently shooting a Bowtech Invasion CPX at 72 lbs with a 29 inch draw. It's smokin' my 451 grain arrows at over 300 ft per second...It's an elk killing machine! twisted
Sarlos
PostPosted: 2012/01/19 3:32 pm    Post subject:

no worries, i'll have to hit him up for some accessories! envy

I wouldnt mind picking up a couple extra magazines and maybe a light or lazer sight for the accessory rail.
ownagesplash
PostPosted: 2012/01/19 3:30 pm    Post subject:

I shall join in.
Browning Rage- used for whitetail and grouse(see them walking out to my stands all the time)
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Stoeger Condor- used for mostly waterfowl and grouse.
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Have quite a few "family" guns also but to lazy to list them off.
SpazStick69
PostPosted: 2012/01/19 3:15 pm    Post subject:

yeah after your post i texted him and told him what you posted on the forums and he was like...sucks for him
Sarlos
PostPosted: 2012/01/19 2:03 pm    Post subject:

damn spaz! well at least now i know where to turn for my Springfield hookup!

Nice Glock Mike! Is that a 9mm? How do you like it? I had worked my way down to 3 final choices, either the springfield xdm, the smith & wesson M&P or the Glock 23, all in s&w .40 cal.

I primarily use my pistol as a sidearm while archery hunting way back in the mountains, and my .45 was just way too big and heavy in my pack. I wanted to cut down to a smaller and lighter sidearm that wouldnt be so heavy, yet also still packed some stopping power, which is why i chose the .40 over the smaller 9mm. The compact size and adjustability of the xdm was perfect for me. I'm looking forward to having it in the field with me this next year while hunting, compared to my bigass old ruger 45! wink
Ub3rmike
PostPosted: 2012/01/19 1:31 pm    Post subject:

Sweet! I just picked up this baby a couple of weeks ago:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v443/Brysk/Glock17.jpg
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Huge firearms enthusiast over here as well. I was looking at the XDs but never had a chance to fire one yet. I'm a big fan of small framed handguns because I have small hands. It's always a pain for my pistol qualification with the M9 because of how bulky it is.
SpazStick69
PostPosted: 2012/01/19 1:08 pm    Post subject: hilarious

dude this is hilarious, i wish you would have known me better before you bought this XD, my cousin runs the entire springfield armory and I coulda got you a sweet deal .

The page that you click on to view that gun...he designed the gun and the web page, and the entire website, and a bunch of their other guns haha
Sarlos
PostPosted: 2012/01/19 10:11 am    Post subject:

cuz we had almost 2 feet of snow yesterday! it never stopped dumping all fucking day! a buddy of mine that owns a snow plowing company was so swamped that i went to help him and ended up shoveling snow all afternoon... ugh!
Clamwacker
PostPosted: 2012/01/19 12:33 am    Post subject:

Very nice indeed, only one question. Why wait until it stops snowing to shoot it? Happy
 
 
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