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      Well, I went and did it. I now own 2 "real" handguns! I got the M&P9Compact this morning. Can't wait to get out to the range to see which one I actually let my wife have. Going to see about signing up for ccp class, too.

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      Congrats on your purchases...the fun is just beginning.

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      Congrats!

      Where are the pics????

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      The two new pistols


      My NAA .22LR and "Saturday Night Special" Rohm RG10 .22


      My 16Ga Stevens 311A


      Is it too soon to start looking for a 1911?

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      Congrats! Two great choices. If that M&P9c wears out its' welcome, feel free to send it to me and I'll give it a new home.

      -Jeff-

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      Quote Originally Posted by BeefyBeefo View Post
      Congrats! Two great choices. If that M&P9c wears out its' welcome, feel free to send it to me and I'll give it a new home.

      -Jeff-
      Same goes for your Cougar!

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      Quote Originally Posted by 48dodge View Post
      Same goes for your Cougar!
      My girlfriend would kill me! She loves that Cougar. Hmmm.....

      -Jeff-

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      It's so tempting at $350 for such a fine shooting gun. One guy I was talking to at the shop said it's a bear to strip down, though. Another said it wasn't too bad.

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      Quote Originally Posted by 48dodge View Post
      It's so tempting at $350 for such a fine shooting gun. One guy I was talking to at the shop said it's a bear to strip down, though. Another said it wasn't too bad.
      A bear to strip down? You might want to find another guy. It takes no longer to strip than my Glock or XD. It's extremely easy to strip down. I could try to take a video but I'm not that talented. It literally takes me about 5 seconds to field strip (after checking to make sure it's unloaded...twice of course).

      -Jeff-

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      48dodge, I had to try and take a video to show you how ridiculous it is to say that it's a "bear" to strip. It's poor quality, but I think it gets the point across. This is after I checked multiple times to make sure it was unloaded of course.



      -Jeff-
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