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Devildoc

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I like the 320; it's a great gun from a company that used to have all great guns and now just a few (the 320 among them). My favorite SIG is the P239; to me, the best CC pistol, ever (coming from a Glock guy). But the 320 gives it a run for its money.
 

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@Ocoka ...
Al - just send me the lead sled, looks like it'll fit the 1956 Model 70 just fine... Thanks bud!
A lead sled would be honored to hold a classic 70. That rifle was in a lot of African safari movies. 8-)

@Ocoka what is the center inlay on those grips?
The full size 1911 has the Springfield Armory crossed cannon logo; the Springfield Armory 1911 GI Champion 4" has the classic "U.S." inlay.
 
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This is a slightly older picture with my Armalite AR 5.56x45mm/.223. This is before I finished attempting to do a SOPMOD Block I-III. It has a 1:8 RH barrel which helps increase spin & accuracy, forward assistBF880294-5D0D-4791-8AAD-ED688181AC43.jpeg and is extremely accurate even out to upwards of 400 meters. In this picture the only modifications I have are an EOTech 516.A65 HWS with an EOTech G33 “STS” Magnifier. I also have a modified Kaladhnikov. I’ll try to get new pictures up of my other weapons and their kmodification .
 

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^As you can see by the paws in the upper right, my cat wanted in the pic too..
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^ The AR is actually chambered in 6.8 SPC (ammo is a bit pricey, but I sure love the round) and my Taurus PT 24/7 in .45 acp.
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^My personal favorites (never to be fired) are the special edition Kimber desert warrior, they made 101 of these for the 101st, and my dad ordered one back when he was still in the 101st, and on the bottom is an old pearl handle Colt 32 that my grandfather passed down.
 

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BCM 11.5” 5.56 RECCE-11 Pistol. Has an SBM4 Brace and vortex red dot, not top of the line sight but it has been great so far.

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KiloPapa

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Any particular reason you mounted the vertical grip that way, as opposed to angled backwards?
 

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Any particular reason you mounted the vertical grip that way, as opposed to angled backwards?
When it is angled forwards that creates a nicer nook for my hand. I never actually grab onto the grip itself, i use it as a hand stop to put rearward pressure and pull the rifle into my body as i fire.
 

KiloPapa

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When it is angled forwards that creates a nicer nook for my hand. I never actually grab onto the grip itself, i use it as a hand stop to put rearward pressure and pull the rifle into my body as i fire.
Copy. Figured that that technique would be more comfortable with the grip the other way round, wrist angle-wise. But then I’ve only used the vertical ones and AFGs, and now use neither.
 

Salt USMC

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So I just started reloading two weeks ago, and this happened in my first batch of 100 rounds



I got pretty lucky, all things considered. All that happened is that the magazine blew out, my mag release was destroyed, and my hand hurts a little. However, I had a gunsmith look it over, and he declared that the gun was fine. Just a simple double charge, which I DEFINITELY won't do again.
 
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