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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve M1911A1 View Post
    ...And my point was that using bullseye targets is bad practice, for self-defense.
    I strongly suggest that you switch to blank silhouette targets, and that you learn to aim for the opponent's "center of mass."
    Real-life opponents don't have bullseyes printed on them, and you need to practice realistic self-defense shooting.

    Not gonna get into a pissing contest with anyone here. I'm sorry I posted the f$#@ing bullseye target. You an expert it's plain to see, I was just offering my experience out of the box. I had bullseye targets so that what I used. I am so very sorry I have offended you and I will further refrain of posting range results that include bullseye targets.

    The OP's question wasn't about targets, it was about the friggin gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plentyofpaws View Post
    Not gonna get into a pissing contest with anyone here. I'm sorry I posted the f$#@ing bullseye target. You an expert it's plain to see, I was just offering my experience out of the box. I had bullseye targets so that what I used. I am so very sorry I have offended you and I will further refrain of posting range results that include bullseye targets.
    The OP's question wasn't about targets, it was about the friggin gun.
    No reason to get all bent outta shape. See my PM.
    I was offering advice, not giving criticism. I was taught that offered advice should be listened to, and thought about, after which it can be accepted or rejected at will.

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    If it helps lighten the mood in here a bit, this is the target I've been using lately.

    Clickety Clack

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    Get it....that is a ridiculously low price!!! All of you that say it is not enough power, get in front of me, and let me shoot you 5 times in the chest. See my point......... I would rather hit a BG with that, then a punch!

    It actually is an accurate gun. My first 20 shots were from 5 yards, and they were all through the same hole virtually. Less than a 1" pattern......I will take it!!

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    Welp, Ive made my decision. After hearing from alot of different people, Im gonna go ahead and pick one up. Tomorrow after work Im gonna call the gun store to confirm they still have them in stock, then if all goes well Ill be a proud new owner.

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    I knew I should have bought it when I was there! I called to check if they still had'em in stock but they dont.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mdnitedrftr View Post


    I knew I should have bought it when I was there! I called to check if they still had'em in stock but they dont.
    I hate it when that happens!!

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    Ya snooze.

    Ya looze.



    Next time just buy it, whatever it is. If ya don't like it, you can always sell it. Not a whole lot of CCW's not being snatched up right now.

    Good luck on the new hunt.

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    looks like more Law Enforcement Officers are killed with 9MM than any other.
    http://www.fbi.gov/ucr/killed/2004/table34.htm

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    No doubt that is due to availability and popularity of the 9mm. Good info thanks for posting.

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    Talk about some luck!

    After I posted yesterday about how the gun store was out of stock, I called up a few more stores and found some for sale. One wanted $379, another $399, and the final place I called had one, for get this...$279! I told the guy Id be right there. After 10 minutes and a minor case of tendinitis from filling out the paperwork, Im own an LCP!

    Ill snap some pics after work.

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    Good price.

    Great gun.

    Enjoy, pics, etc....!


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    So small, and so light.

    Now if I can get down to the range this weekend....

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