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    Whitaker Behrens

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  1. Vision’s getting better even before starting proper visual therapy. The sights on my pistols (RDS and front sight) now appear to be one, relatively crisp dot as opposed to distinctly two different, very fuzzy points as they were when I first got home. Next range trip is scheduled for my brother’s birthday in two weeks and I plan to attend and shoot then. Early signs are good!
  2. Vision’s getting better even before starting proper visual therapy. The sights on my pistols (RDS and front sight) now appear to be one, relatively crisp dot as opposed to distinctly two different, very fuzzy points as they were when I first got home. Next range trip is scheduled for my brother’s birthday in two weeks and I plan to attend and shoot then. Early signs are good!
  3. Thank you very much! The way I figure it I’m just getting all the rough stuff out of the way before I turn 30
  4. I’ve heard varying reports on that, but I think I’ll try it at some point in the future at least once. If I like it enough I’ll send off for the NAA fitted 22LR conversion cylinder
  5. Alright I think it’s time to give a bit more substantial update here about what’s been going on and the status of these project guns. For those of you who aren’t aware, on the morning of March 16th I was hospitalized with a stroke (PSA of the month, don’t crack your neck at home). I received brain surgery on the 17th to allow the tissue to swell and drain normally. I’ve been resting comfortably at home since the morning of the 22nd, with interspersed scheduling of doc and physical/visual therapy appointments. Although it had the potential to be much more severe, I seem to have gotten off lucky
  6. Alright I think it’s time to give a bit more substantial update here about what’s been going on and the status of these project guns. For those of you who aren’t aware, on the morning of March 16th I was hospitalized with a stroke (PSA of the month, don’t crack your neck at home). I received brain surgery on the 17th to allow the tissue to swell and drain normally. I’ve been resting comfortably at home since the morning of the 22nd, with interspersed scheduling of doc and physical/visual therapy appointments. Although it had the potential to be much more severe, I seem to have gotten off lucky
  7. Much appreciated sir. Surgery seems to have been the worst of it, should just be a couple weeks of therapy to back to relative normalcy. Just another bump in the road I suppose, but projects march on!
  8. On a heavy note, plans for another big P320 range day with my brother for 3/20 day get thrown out the window pretty quickly when one has a stroke and brain surgery five days beforehand, so there’s that. On a lighter note as soon as I get out of this ICU bed between #TrumpBux and #BidenBux this little side project will have been 100% gubmint funded, so that’s something at least!
  9. Snowed in and staying warm here in CO. Hope everyone’s having a good weekend!
  10. Found a neat webpage while doing more research on the Delhaxhe pistol that includes several very good pictures and what appears to be the original patent filing on the design: http://littlegun.be/arme belge/artisans identifies d/a delhaxe gb.htm Just a little more background info on the piece, figured I’d share for anyone interested!
  11. Finally had a chance to get to the range again today. Most of my focus was on shaking down my completed EVO320 build, but I took breaks occasionally to run several cylinders through the Pug. Purchased some CCI MaxiMag FMJ from the range and fed that through in addition to the Gold Dot JHP for some variety, with no malfunctions to report. The little revolver remains 100% reliable thus far. I still have yet to do a “grab bag” ammo test with four or five different brands/loads mixed together just due to current ammo scarcity, but I get the sense it won’t have any issues regardless of the rounds i
  12. https://www.instagram.com/p/CMLI7MnAsYt/?igshid=1sxb49kzxmb16 I FINALLY got some time to get to the range with the EVO320. This was the first shakedown after getting it back in completed form from my gunsmith and it ran flawlessly as intended, never choked once on any of the 124gr NATO rounds. I did also run a handful of standard pressure 115 and 124gr loads through it as an experiment, and as I expected it had some difficulty on the lower pressure rounds - weak ejection on the ones that did eject, and stovepipes about 15% of the time. The RS320s can handle standard pressure ammo with
  13. Billy’s getting closer to this project with his working partner, should be getting the final design finished up relatively soon. And I’ll be able to make it back to the range in the next week after some unexpected chaos the last couple weeks. More coming soon!
  14. All three of these P320s use the Tactical Carry grip module, which doesn’t have the integrated extended magwell of IP’s “Pro” competition grips: https://www.icarusprecision.com/online-store/A-C-E-320-Tactical-Carry-p235343626 I sent them off to Springer Precision and they modified the grips for their ESP magwells the same way they would do on an OEM polymer grip module. Fit and finish is exactly the same, and there was no additional charge beyond their usual gunsmithing/installation fee. On the page previous to this one there are more pictures of h
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