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yep - going to the range at lunch time today wit dabuttkracken


usual schedule requires leaving early on Friday - but we have missed the last 2 fridays for some reason - so we are on for a mid week holes in paper session.


need to verify the recoil spring in my G27 is G2G.
 

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I'm considering heading over to the shootin' pit to get rid of some carry ammo. We'll see how the day goes.
 

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I'm a lazy fuckin' slob. I was in a hurry (stuff going on at work) so I drive out there real quick, emptied a couple of mags in the 1911 and the G19, and drive off.

I never even got out of the car!

:shoot: <- me and my Maine style driveby
 

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jamz said:
I'm a lazy fuckin' slob. I was in a hurry (stuff going on at work) so I drive out there real quick, emptied a couple of mags in the 1911 and the G19, and drive off.

I never even got out of the car!

:shoot: <- me and my Maine style driveby
Sounds like fun! :twisted: That'd be a free ride to the slammer here in CA.

-Chris
 

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still had issues with the G27 even with new recoil spring installed


patterns were nice and tight until i had some failure and slow to feeds


u would be surprised what a break in concentration it is to cycle a failure to feed or wait for the slide to completely cycle after a hiccup


makes me revert to old bad habits, like anticipating the recoil



so until i get some more range time on the new spring assembly, i will be forced to carry my SIG 229! :twisted:


 

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Oh darn. *caugh*Sig>Glock*caugh* ;) I keed, I keed.

-Chris
 

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Oh darn. *caugh*Sig>Glock*caugh* ;) I keed, I keed.

-Chris


yea - i know

i dont understand the rival issues - they are both great weapons
 

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Yeah, I don't get it either. Which is better, Vette or Viper, Benz or Bimmer, STi or EVO? I don't care, I'll take one of each. :D

-Chris
 

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Yeah, I don't get it either. Which is better, Vette or Viper, Benz or Bimmer, STi or EVO? I don't care, I'll take one of each. :D

-Chris

oddly i get it most from the G-O (glock only) guys - the sig guys dont seem to give a rats ass if you have a glock and an hk too

to each his own


dare i say - the G-O guys must drive SRT4's too? :lol:
 

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I just noticed my truck is full of brass, and there is residue on my window and dash :shock:
 

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McCrakcin - you need to practice malfunction drills...it goes like this

TAP/RACK/BACK....
if you click on a bad round/bad feed

Keep your eyes on the target, and gun pointed downrange
TAP:
With the palm of your support hand slap the bottom of the magazine, to ensure it's seated in the mag well.

RACK:
With your support hand again rack the slide, ejecting the bad round and loading a new one (keep the gun on target and eyes on the sight/target)

BACK:
get your support hand back on the grip and the gun back on target and squeeze another round...

This whole thing should take less than 1 second from click to bang...practice makes perfect!
 

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McCrakcin - you need to practice malfunction drills...it goes like this

TAP/RACK/BACK....
if you click on a bad round/bad feed

Keep your eyes on the target, and gun pointed downrange
TAP:
With the palm of your support hand slap the bottom of the magazine, to ensure it's seated in the mag well.

RACK:
With your support hand again rack the slide, ejecting the bad round and loading a new one (keep the gun on target and eyes on the sight/target)

BACK:
get your support hand back on the grip and the gun back on target and squeeze another round...

This whole thing should take less than 1 second from click to bang...practice makes perfect!

this may be true - however - this malfunction SHOULDNT happen!

i just pissed off that i am still having issues with my Glock

i should not have to practice malfucntion drills - i understand these things can happen - but i dont want to be in a situation where i NEED to perform malfuction drills

i understand that no weapon is perfect, and you must be prepared for anything and everythinng
 

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Well of course no malfunction SHOULD happen. But they will, and they do, so all we can do is train to overcome them. It's better to be trained for it and not need it than to need it and not have the training.
 

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Well of course no malfunction SHOULD happen. But they will, and they do, so all we can do is train to overcome them. It's better to be trained for it and not need it than to need it and not have the training.

true - otherwsie i could use the weapon as a hammer during hand to hand confrontations:lol:
 
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