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 A pretty SIG P320 (to my eyes, anyway) 
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Wilson Combat grip frame, Grey Ghost Precision slide & 9mm barrel, Gray Guns & Apex Tactical internals, Keres Dynamics adjustable flat trigger.

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. . . and the more I lubed it, the better it did.


Thread all the things and suppress all the threaded things.

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Sat Jun 27, 2020 3:43 pm
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That’s one nice pistol! I wish I could shoot as good as it looks!


Sat Jun 27, 2020 4:02 pm
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That is a beautiful piece are the sight dovetails as shallow as they look? It appears as if it would not be hard to completely remove them and flatten the top of that slide? But then it would need refinishing again . It is beautiful.


Sat Jun 27, 2020 4:05 pm
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That turned out sweet!

Love every bit of it

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Sat Jun 27, 2020 6:02 pm
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Yep, that's a sexy pistol right there. Love it!


Sat Jun 27, 2020 9:15 pm
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The509busman wrote:
That is a beautiful piece are the sight dovetails as shallow as they look? It appears as if it would not be hard to completely remove them and flatten the top of that slide? But then it would need refinishing again . It is beautiful.


Thought about removing the dovetails because I am comfortable with just a red dot, but I decided to leave them in case I sell it and the new owner wants irons.

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. . . and the more I lubed it, the better it did.


Thread all the things and suppress all the threaded things.

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As long as it fires ammunition and you've got lots of it, that's all you should be concerned about.
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Sat Jun 27, 2020 9:19 pm
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Arisaka wrote:
That’s one nice pistol! I wish I could shoot as good as it looks!


A motto (one of many I have) I've declaimed for decades is "If you can't shoot good, look good doing it." :ROFLMAO:

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. . . and the more I lubed it, the better it did.


Thread all the things and suppress all the threaded things.

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Man that is just awesome.

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I’m quite pleased to see the final assembly.

The images remind me of fun times with strobes. I sold my Alien Bees shortly after moving up here.

You may want to get tall sights incase your optic fails at a match. If you do, they may require fitting as that color has to be applied .002-.003” instead of the average .001-.002

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Wow, that looks REALLY nice.

Have you fired it? Does it work? :bigsmile:

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Sun Jun 28, 2020 11:27 am
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MadPick wrote:
Have you fired it? Does it work? :bigsmile:


Yesterday afternoon, after photographing it.
17 rounds, 10 yards, 147gr FMJ
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. . . and the more I lubed it, the better it did.


Thread all the things and suppress all the threaded things.

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As long as it fires ammunition and you've got lots of it, that's all you should be concerned about.
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Damn. Looks like 12 of the rounds didn't even hit the paper.

You might wanna look into that.

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dreadi wrote:
I’m quite pleased to see the final assembly.
The images remind me of fun times with strobes. I sold my Alien Bees shortly after moving up here.
You may want to get tall sights in case your optic fails at a match. If you do, they may require fitting as that color has to be applied .002-.003” instead of the average .001-.002


Personally, I'm not that much of a competitor anymore that I would care about the optic failing.
I'm in it for fun.
So I doubt I'll ever put iron sights on it; if I sell the slide the next user can decide.

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. . . and the more I lubed it, the better it did.


Thread all the things and suppress all the threaded things.

Jay
I'm not interested in how or where a weapon is made, as long as it does the job it needs to do and I know how to use it.
As long as it fires ammunition and you've got lots of it, that's all you should be concerned about.
Andy McNab, SAS


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MadPick wrote:
Damn. Looks like 12 of the rounds didn't even hit the paper.
You might wanna look into that.


That's the start of my personal paper conservation movement.
I can re-use this target over and over again as long as I keep hitting the existing hole. :bonghit:

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MadPick wrote:
. . . and the more I lubed it, the better it did.


Thread all the things and suppress all the threaded things.

Jay
I'm not interested in how or where a weapon is made, as long as it does the job it needs to do and I know how to use it.
As long as it fires ammunition and you've got lots of it, that's all you should be concerned about.
Andy McNab, SAS


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