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|08-17-2012, 06:06 PM||#16|
Join Date: Aug 2012
Wouldn't say it looks exactly like a 226.. still a really cool find, may have to get me one if they're only 295$ and they shoot as nice as you say.
Maybe get it in a 9 since I have a 40 and 45 already, didn't want to spend over 500$ on a 9mm anyways when there's some that'll shoot just as great for a fraction of the price.
How accurate is it? Yea yea, I know "more accurate than I am." but I like to know that it was me that shot 5'' off, not wondering if I only shot 3'' and the other 2'' were the gun lol. I think it makes for better practice.
I think they said the slide stop/release is also the decocker, bear.
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|08-21-2012, 09:59 AM||#21|
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: South Carolina
Sorry for being "tardy" in replies, but things have been busy he past few days.
1. Side Stop Release - This is the lever near the back that looks like a "hammer drop" that is slide stop release.
2. I bought the pistol, 2 spare magazines, and a cleaning brush in the original cardboard box used a my LGS. After I got home, I took it part and it looked almost new with very few rounds fired from her. A week afteth purchase, I was at the range to see how she would shoot. The trigger is so light, it took me about 2 magazines to feel comfortable with the trigger. The 2 magazines full had some nice groups and some wild shots where the pistol fired before I wanted. Once I settled down, I was getting 2-3" groups 15 yds. and I consider that good for the pistol. At 10 yds, I was getting them all in 1 1/2" with no problem. Since the trigger is so light, I would no carry this pistol due to a discharged when under duress.
3. I happend to be at the right place at the right time to get the great price on the pistol. The dealer said they had gotten it in the day before, test fired it and put in the case the morning I was there. I thought it was a Sig P226 when I saw it, and as they pulled it from the case, I saw it was no a Sig. The pistol was just tood a dal to pass up!
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