TAC Rail for 1st Gen Glocks

19 03 2009

For those that have the older version of the Glock pistols – the one without a tactical rail, here is a great little add-on for them so the old trusty Glock will have the ability to use rail attachments.

I make no claim to having any insight to this product and when I’m finished showing it, I’ll give a link to it.

Metal Jericho Picatinny Rail

  • Allowing rail based flash lights & accessories such as M3/M6 to be mounted.
  • Allows rear rocker switch to be activated by the fire control finger or the thumb of the off hand.
  • Three piece lightweight aluminum that easily clamps over the existing Jericho trigger guard.
  • The installation only requires a small wrench, included in the package.
  • The rail fits tight enough to retain zero of the M6 laser.
  • Machined from billet 6061 T6 aluminum alloy.
  • Hard coat anodized matte black per mil-spec.

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p202

Here is the link to the Metal Jericho Picatinny Rail.

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Favorite CC Holster

19 10 2008

I found this holster by accident. I needed a side holster that would fit the Glock 17 and Smith&Wesson MP9.

The person from the gun shop that was helping me that day showed me this small holster that fit both (it fit the G17 better though).

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Kel-Tec PF9

13 10 2008

I had a chance today to take a new pistol to the range. I was NOT excited about this particular pistol, but after the day at the range was over, I came away with a better Much better feeling than when I started.

The Kel-Tec PF9 was the pistol I took with me today and was able to run through two – 100 round boxes of ammo.
The price tag of this pistols isn’t bad; $333.00. I can think of a few pistols that didn’t do as well as this one did that costs a LOT more.

The largest thing I found with the Kel-Tec PF9 was how easy it is to conceal.

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SR9 Recall Letter

25 09 2008

Two days ago, 09/23/2008, I recieved my recall notice on the Ruger SR9 I purchased. It LONG since been gone – got rid of it a few days after purchasing it and finding out what a lemon I purchased.

I just thought it was Pretty interesting that after 4 or 5 months from purchase and probably 3 to 4 months after the recall went out; I finally got a notice to send it in.

I thought Ruger’s customer service was much better than this..





Anyone?

2 08 2008

Anyone else thinks it’s TOOOO hot to go out to the range?????

I went the other day and had to use my shooting gloves and a cap just to keep the sweat off my hand and out of my eyes!

I shot probably 50 rounds before I had to get the gloves because my hands were too sweaty to keep a good grip on the pistol.

I have an indoor range I go to and it’s actually close to me than the outdoor range I like, but I like the outdoor range a whole lot better simply because I don’t have 10 other people beside me..





Sig Sauer P226

20 07 2008

I believe I’m about to piss a LOT of people off with this post.

I had a chance a few days ago to take a Sig Sauer P226 out to the range and shoot about 300+ rounds through it. These were inexpensive off-the-shelf rounds that I shoot all the time through my other pistols. Out of the 300+ rounds, there were 2 jams – 1 ejection jam and one stove-pipe. This P226 was a new OTB (out of the box) pistol.
It took me a few rounds to get use to the action on this pistol and once use to it, it was a pleasure to shoot.

The Sig Sauer P226:

226Rlight
With Light Left Side

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Sig Sauer

19 07 2008

I’m about to write a post that’s going to really make a few people mad..  Particularly Sig fans..