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    Well I got it...

    The p-11
    Picked it up tonight. Shot 50 rounds through it in 15 mins. just a quick "get the feel"
    I polished feed ramp and chamber first, sanded off the mold lines so surfaces are smooth

    I like it. The long DAO is going to take some getting used to. I compared it to my FEG PA-63 and it really is a long pull, but not bad. When I actually took my time and shot right it was good. A little fatigue in my hand (federal 124gr hp). I'm trying to get it broken in as I may be shooting this in an IDPA match in a few weeks in Atlanta. Maybe my Officers Model colt, but waiting on it to come back to me, so we will see.

    This target is 30 rounds at 7 yards, strong, off, and both.
    10 rounds at 15 yards, 5 off, strong only

    and the last 10 rounds i shot at 25 yards, prone, at my knock down targets.
    the 2 "things" above the barrel are 2 recovered bullets. I also found some 9mm Mak FMJ bullets, but not in this pic.

    Any suggestions on slip on grip size/brand?

    Last edited by niadhf; 05-31-2008 at 11:21 PM.

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    Good shootin! Got the Houge compac w/ 2 finger grooves on mine. Some folks have been able to "squeeze" a Hardball Jr. on theirs. If u can get it on, it ought to stay put.

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    Has any one tried these (the "energy absorbing pads")
    http://www.ktaddons.com/products.htm

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    I'd suggest the Hogue as well. I put one on my P3AT and it made a world of difference.

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    found a great trigger stop idea. adjustable using a nylon screw. haveta try that later. for now though i did this....

    No site movement now when the thammer breaks (dry fire)

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    Strongly recommend the Houge grip.

    Hope you like your P11 as well as I do mine. Fairly new 300+ rounds and no problems.

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    well, had 25 minutes today, ran another 50 rounds through it. 2 targets.
    left- slow fire (mostly) 25 rds-7yrds with the new "triggerstop"
    right - rapid (ish) fire 25 rds - 7 yrads.
    this 50 was 115g. they are ......noticibely nicer to shoot.
    Gonna use this in an IDPA match next month (my first) on a trip down south to GA. Hope the NH CCW comes in before then.


    (these are Mini IDPA targets on 8-1/2 x 11 paper)

    I like this pistol more each time i shoot it.
    Last edited by niadhf; 05-31-2008 at 11:26 PM.

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