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Prange

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    Mike Maiellaro

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  1. I was thinking more like 60.
  2. I used to date a fast swinger. Fun for awhile.
  3. All good suggestions above. The work boot requirement is tough. You may have to try a dozen different ones before you find one that works. Then buy a few pair.
  4. Many thanks for the Rino info. Interesting gun, to be sure. What about parts availability? And the cost of parts? Any aftermarket grips for it? Pat, the gold version is for the man who has everything. Kinda like this:
  5. Pinnacle, Ten-Ring Precision, TK Custom.
  6. https://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/nra/ssusa_202102/index.php#/p/22
  7. Has anyone here used an AA kit on their XDm? Thanks.
  8. Any LN or New N-Frame is usually a buy at $1000.00.
  9. Selling it to me would help.......me.
  10. The so-called "crisp" or "breaks like a glass rod" triggers are the most difficult to shoot well. They more or less work like an on-off switch, making it harder to keep the trigger moving consistently.
  11. Prange

    Lack of P320’s

    Manufacturers are backordered, distributors are out of stock. The whole supply chain was disrupted because of the shut-downs.
  12. And those S&W MIM parts are hard. I had to buy ceramic stones for them.
  13. This could explain it a bit more: https://youtu.be/V7EfnYwpmOE
  14. If you can get a deal on one, buy it. Then you can send it out and get it worked on to make it right. A bit of cash will save a ton of aggravation. Don't ever send it back to S&W.
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