In what condition do you carry?

Jonathan

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And a skill that some of us never quite master. There's no way I could shoot the gun over my shoulder and hit the target in the forehead exactly between the eyes the way those movie stars do... That's one reason why I liked (notice past tense) my super blackhawk with a 10 1/2 barrel... but it's too heavy for me now.
Reminds me of that scene from The Three Amigos. I won't spoil it for you if you haven't seen it. I have NEVER been a trick shot. I only consider myself above average and, most importantly, competent and consistent. Now, if you sit me down at a bench with my custom 10/22 and a bipod... that's another story. :)
 

Jonathan

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Thanks again for the detailed information. Will say hello!
Oh, one other thing. The SIG P365 also has another "advantage" in that you can get it with a safety if that is your style. I personally prefer it without one (I won't go into the details about why I am not a fan of safeties (except on SA only 1911s)), but if it is your preference, the option is available. Also, there is a P365 variant that is a little larger that has an optics mount that you might find useful. OK, I'm done. lol.
 

Deano

Active Member
Condition 0 - mostly carry P365. I’m a huge SIG fan, although my boss has gotten me to start looking at CZ’s.
 

MePlus6

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Actually, this is the "safer" option in most people's opinions in that, beside putting more energy into the target, it lessens the chance of over penetration. At least ideally.

I just remember reading that the guy who assassinated John Lennon hit him with five hollow-tipped bullets. Hollow tips do some real damage in a target.
 
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