Discussion in 'Firearms' started by magnus392, Dec 17, 2005.
My friend has one in .40, and the double-stack grip is huge on it. Must really be humongous on the .45! I like the gun, know it's a good gun, but I just like the feel of 1911's. Still I'd much rather have that than a Glock.
Yeah, same grip angle as a 1911, so no muscle memory confusion. I shot a XD in 9mm on steel, really liked it. If they're announcing it now, I might actually have some money in a year when they get on the shelves.
5.5 lb trigger? Shudder.
I like it.
I don't mind the grip size on my double stack 1911, so this shouldn't be much worse
I don't "mind" the double stack grip on my Glock, but I love the single stack grip on my 1911.
But I have Big Hands
Yeah, I do too, but I still like the single stack better.
My hands are plenty big enough, but I've just shot so much with 1911's that the double stack feels weird. If I ever get a FN five-seven though I'll get used to it with that 20 shot mag.
Looks 'dish washer' safe to me. I'd take one
Hey Melbo what is your fav handgun cartridge?
He's a 9mm man. He likes the "little" cartridges and the plastic guns.........
9mm and .45 equally really. I have more practice with 9mm and like the higher capacity but also like the stopping power of the 45. To side step the argument, I have invested in both
I have to admit I really like the "small" .357 Sig. I might have to buy either a Sig 226 or 229 in it. Just to keep the Glock company of course........
Same here buddy
I haven't got to shoot .357sig yet, but I want to seems like a sweet round!
It really is. The only problem is, the military does not use the .357, and it is not a (NATO) round, so I won't be using it.
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