11/13/2005 12:51am, #91
Originally Posted by japuma630
- Join Date
- Aug 2005
- Arnis, judo, Taichi
Good for you bro! hope you enjoy it.
11/13/2005 2:22pm, #92Originally Posted by japuma630
Kick some paper-target ass!
P.S. any woman that buys her man a gun, is awesome.
Last edited by Neildo; 11/13/2005 2:25pm at .
11/14/2005 7:49am, #93
Sig, HK, Glock, 1911s by Colt, Springfield Armory, Wilson or Kimber will all fit the bill nicely."We spoke to them in the only language they understood: the machine gun"
11/14/2005 10:30am, #94
My recommendation as an ex-leo that shot a bunch is get a reliability package done on your pistol only if it doesn't feed the hollowpoint ammo you want to use. Get some Wilson 47d/shooting star magazines for your pistol, good holster (leather), and nightsights. Train a lot and if you can, go to a school and become a good shooter. gunsite or thunder ranch if you can afford it.
Just going to the range without training is a disaster waiting to happen. Be well trained on use, maintenance and limitations of your pistol if you are going to use it for ccw. Don't leave your pistol in your car and follow all of the safety rules all of the time.
Holster recomendations are Galco, Kramer, Milt sparks.
Nightsights should be non-adjustable so they don't shift easily if bumped or the gun is dropped.
I personally liked heine slant-pros but they take some getting used to.
11/16/2005 4:08am, #95
- Join Date
- Sep 2004
- Nor Cal
I'm purchasing a Glock 23 sometime in the next 3 months. 90% of the pistol practice i've had is with the Glock, so it's what im comfortable with. It's a simple compact .40 S&W. I had been eyeing the Springfield XD, but i think im gonna go with something that's time-tested.