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Old 04-18-2019, 08:06 AM   #1141
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I think you missed the point of my post, I was merrily suggesting that there might be some confusion between the Hi~Power and the HI~Point. I am not a gunsmith nor do I claim to be.
If you fell better about correcting my post with your opinions …. Hell, knock yourself out.

Nice pistols that you posted …
Oh dude, I'm so sorry that wasn't my intentions. I apologize man. Please accept my apologies? I guess I didn't get your comparison, but so true about the two. I'm no gunsmith either, just an avid collector. Thank you for the compliment too.
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I think you missed the point of my post, I was merrily suggesting that there might be some confusion between the Hi~Power and the HI~Point. I am not a gunsmith nor do I claim to be.
If you fell better about correcting my post with your opinions …. Hell, knock yourself out.

Nice pistols that you posted …
I sure hope nobody shoots the messenger in this thread.
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I just finished another build today... I think each one becomes my favorite the day I finish it.

Now to get it out and function check and sight it in...

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Did a build out of spare parts last week on a rainy day off.

BCL 7.5" upper
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I just finished another build today... I think each one becomes my favorite the day I finish it.

Now to get it out and function check and sight it in...

Beautiful pistol, if you really wanna have some fun with it, get a Fostech II binary trigger and rock-n-roll!
I have a Springfield Saint Pistol I completely upgraded all its components in and this thing rocks faster than full auto now!
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Beautiful pistol, if you really wanna have some fun with it, get a Fostech II binary trigger and rock-n-roll!
I have a Springfield Saint Pistol I completely upgraded all its components in and this thing rocks faster than full auto now!
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That's an awesome build you have there. I've heard those triggers are crazy, never have had the chance to try one. Love the wood furniture too!

For now I just have an enhanced mil-spec trigger, it's actually quite good for what it is. Geissele in my others and a CMC straight bow in my precision build. Still a few more pieces to add... BUS, sling, etc. So much fun.
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Thank you, I have a little more in "upgrades" than the cost of the gun. lol
The wood furniture is by a young man and his new company I found on-line named "Indignant Arms" and he does amazing work.
PM me your email address and I'll send you a video of me at the range with the "binary" in action, crazy fast and fun.
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Just found this thread I will post pics of a few of my weapons later
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I’m not too worried about the future as this generation has produced a lot of veterans and other patriots. I see them at the range and at the beach having fun with their young families. These hard chargers are too busy busting their butts and raising families. The silent majority as it were. We are in good hands. Semper Fi, Doc.
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Question Gun vise advice

Hey,

I am in the market for a gun vise and there's ton of them out there. I my question is Can anyone recommend the good and what to stay away from, the bad. Ideas and pic's welcome.
I will use it mostly for AR's. The pic is a Tifton I was considering.

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3 out of 49 of my toys New Colt M16 Govt , Stoger 12ga, Ruger 380 Others include Springfield arms Govt 1911 / 45 with Suppressor, Colt AR with Suppressor
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No, not really. The Hi-Power (P-35) doesn't have much in common with the Beretta other than being 9mm, 13 rounder and a bottom feeder, that's where the similarities pretty much end.
While at FN it was Browning's original intention to design an automatic with improvements he thought of after designing the 1911, it was a new design. The 1911 is quite different. However, he died in 1926, years before the final design was finished by Dieudonné Saive. Experts aren't sure exactly were John M Browning's design ended and were Dieudonné Saive began. A couple of mine. 1969 "T" series with original rug and an early 90's Mk III.
Very Nice! I'm a huge fan of Hi-Powers! I own two myself and use one as my carry gun. One of the best pistols every made!
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Very Nice! I'm a huge fan of Hi-Powers! I own two myself and use one as my carry gun. One of the best pistols every made!
Do you have the "SFS" installed on the one you carry and/or what "condition" do you carry it in?
Just curious because I was considering carrying one of mine, but a little leery of carrying it in condition 1.
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Hey,

I am in the market for a gun vise and there's ton of them out there. I my question is Can anyone recommend the good and what to stay away from, the bad. Ideas and pic's welcome.
I will use it mostly for AR's. The pic is a Tifton I was considering.

Thanks in advance ...
I have the vise pictured, and am very happy with it. If you're using it most for ARs, check out the Tipton Best Gun Vise. Kind of wish I would have bought that one instead.
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Since you guys like AR builds maybe you will like my new Polymer80 Build as well... PF940v2 frame, Rock Slide USA slide and barrel. Glock adjustable rear sight and Meprolight front. Internals are stock glock.



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Do you have the "SFS" installed on the one you carry and/or what "condition" do you carry it in?
Just curious because I was considering carrying one of mine, but a little leery of carrying it in condition 1.
They were designed for condition 1, however do what feels comfortable.

You could try carrying around the house in a weird condition 1-3, C&L on an empty chamber, till you get used to it. (I'd never go out that way though.) After a while you'll see the safety did not come off or the hammer did not drop by itself and condition 1 will become comfortable.
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They were designed for condition 1, however do what feels comfortable.

You could try carrying around the house in a weird condition 1-3, C&L on an empty chamber, till you get used to it. (I'd never go out that way though.) After a while you'll see the safety did not come off or the hammer did not drop by itself and condition 1 will become comfortable.
It took me a little while to get comfortable with the thought of carrying in condition 1. But I have never given it a second thought since then. Once I started, it feels perfectly normal.
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Do you have the "SFS" installed on the one you carry and/or what "condition" do you carry it in?
Just curious because I was considering carrying one of mine, but a little leery of carrying it in condition 1.
I carry mine locked and cocked. It's all original except for the factory combat hammer I swapped in because I like the look better. I carry it in a Galco Miami Classic shoulder rig, so the thumb strap is between the cocked hammer and the slide. Even when I carry one of my 1911's I carry locked and cocked. That is the only and proper way to carry a Hi-Power or 1911. I don't believe in carrying a gun without a round in the chamber and I don't believe in carrying a round in the chamber with the hammer down. A friend of mine carries his gun with no round in the chamber and believes he can rack a round faster than someone can pull their gun out and shoot him. We practiced with airsoft guns and he always loses.
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My 18" precision is going through a "remodel". Just changed from carbine to rifle stock and new glass soon. It's a Quentin Defense Billet slick side receiver set with an 18" Wilson match barrel, WMD NiBX BCG and CMC straight bow trigger. Was a great shooter with the big comp... Expect even better now. My girls like it because it feels like a 22LR to shoot. I'll repost with more photos when the glass is mounted.
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I carry mine locked and cocked. It's all original except for the factory combat hammer I swapped in because I like the look better. I carry it in a Galco Miami Classic shoulder rig, so the thumb strap is between the cocked hammer and the slide. Even when I carry one of my 1911's I carry locked and cocked. That is the only and proper way to carry a Hi-Power or 1911. I don't believe in carrying a gun without a round in the chamber and I don't believe in carrying a round in the chamber with the hammer down. A friend of mine carries his gun with no round in the chamber and believes he can rack a round faster than someone can pull their gun out and shoot him. We practiced with airsoft guns and he always loses.
Agree 100%, that's how I carry my 1911's, but I carry in an open top holster always, sometimes in a horizontal Mitch Rosen shoulder holster with the cross strap in the winter months. I've never carried one of my Hi Powers so I guess I just need to start carrying one in condition 1 to get used to it.
Pretty Mk III by the way, just like mine too. Has it been "Wilsonized" or did you just go with his grips because they're so nice?
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I carry mine locked and cocked. It's all original except for the factory combat hammer I swapped in because I like the look better. I carry it in a Galco Miami Classic shoulder rig, so the thumb strap is between the cocked hammer and the slide. Even when I carry one of my 1911's I carry locked and cocked. That is the only and proper way to carry a Hi-Power or 1911. I don't believe in carrying a gun without a round in the chamber and I don't believe in carrying a round in the chamber with the hammer down. A friend of mine carries his gun with no round in the chamber and believes he can rack a round faster than someone can pull their gun out and shoot him. We practiced with airsoft guns and he always loses.
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Agree 100%, that's how I carry my 1911's, but I carry in an open top holster always, sometimes in a horizontal Mitch Rosen shoulder holster with the cross strap in the winter months. I've never carried one of my Hi Powers so I guess I just need to start carrying one in condition 1 to get used to it.
Pretty Mk III by the way, just like mine too. Has it been "Wilsonized" or did you just go with his grips because they're so nice?
It's good to finally hear of someone other than myself using shoulder rigs. Hard to beat an old Jackass rig for me even though I do have the newer Miami Classic also.
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It's good to finally hear of someone other than myself using shoulder rigs. Hard to beat an old Jackass rig for me even though I do have the newer Miami Classic also.
It's the only way to carry an all steel pistol IMO, I have some really nice IWB and OWB holsters, but nothing is as comfortable as the shoulder holster for heavy guns.
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It's the only way to carry an all steel pistol IMO, I have some really nice IWB and OWB holsters, but nothing is as comfortable as the shoulder holster for heavy guns.
I personally feel it's the best way to carry anything, but that's just me. I alter my wardrobe whenever possible to accommodate a shoulder rig no matter what I choose to carry. I'm still searching for a thin, lightweight rig to accommodate one of my Sig 938s. Even in the summer I can wear a thin vest and such a rig would fill a lot of voids. In cooler weather it's either a 1911 of some variety or my M&P 45C. I hate pocket carry but sometimes that seems to be my only option. I have never been able to carry on my hip. It's just not comfortable. Makes me want to walk in circles.
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I personally feel it's the best way to carry anything, but that's just me. I alter my wardrobe whenever possible to accommodate a shoulder rig no matter what I choose to carry. I'm still searching for a thin, lightweight rig to accommodate one of my Sig 938s. Even in the summer I can wear a thin vest and such a rig would fill a lot of voids. In cooler weather it's either a 1911 of some variety or my M&P 45C. I hate pocket carry but sometimes that seems to be my only option. I have never been able to carry on my hip. It's just not comfortable. Makes me want to walk in circles.
I use an old Bianchi shoulder holster to Carry my Ruger Security Six, I prefer a revolver as they do not jam.
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Don't fall for that old wives tale if your life depends on it. It happens more than most think. Just as with a pistol it's usually caused by poor maintenance, poor ammo, or any of the other commonly shared causes. That being said, I do love my wheel guns, large and small.
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When I rode a motorcycle I carried an Officers ACP in a left hand Miami Classic rig. That way I still had control of my motorcycle via the throttle and access to my pistol.
And naturally, the pistol was in condition 1. One thing we do as we practice is weak hand shooting, so the left hand rig was a natural for motorcycle riding.

Old age, distracted drivers and close calls got me to sell my motorcycle, but I still have the shoulder rig and the pistol.

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Does anyone have a Taurus Judge or equivalent? It's just an odd gun that shoots 45 Long Colt and 410 shotgun shells. I don't NEED one. I just WANT one because it's unusual.
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Does anyone have a Taurus Judge or equivalent? It's just an odd gun that shoots 45 Long Colt and 410 shotgun shells. I don't NEED one. I just WANT one because it's unusual.
Don't know what it is you want to know about one. Don't have one but I know folks that do. I always considered them more of a novelty item than anything else and therefore couldn't find a real reason to get one. If you want one then why not get one?
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I kinda like the Judge but haven't bought one (yet). I think it would be ideal for backpacking where there aren't bears. First two rounds .410 birdshot for snakes and the other three rounds for other varmints.

For bear country the only practical handgun is .44 Mag. Dirty Harry S&W.

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