If legal have one shipped to our house. The 80% lower dont require an FLL. About 75 bucks with all the tools to finish.
I dont know the law about this stuff, but would make sure you dont break any laws. If legal now fine and if law changes destroy it, and get one through an FLL.
The expanding bullets would not have tho. That 45 left a hole nearly 1 inch in diameter.
I carry my lcp with confidence tho.
Of course I was joking about a lcp in 45. The lcp custom is a bastard to shoot in 380 as it is.
Caliber is always a compromise.
My 380 is very small and that is why I have it, if some how it was 9mm I dont think I could shoot it.
When I first got my 380 some guys gave me crap about it, I reminded them it surly beats a hand full of hair!!
OK, my guess is you have a G23 coming. No need for name calling since you becoming a little more open-minded.
BTW, I feel like your baiting me to give you shit about getting a 40 S&W but your intent is to get a .357 sig barrel.
Remington 130 grain FMJ RN 38 special
I have not shot the revolver in a bit and usually shoot my reloads. I am embarrassed to say I shot a 6 round wheel at the practice target and missed badly, one round is not even on the paper.
Not a great score...
I plan too. I have not shot 100 yard rifle in quite some time and been shooting 200 only. My accuracy drops off more than what I would expect with the extra distance. I dont know how you do so well adding the 100 yards..
Replacing the mainspring and strain screw would be the place to start imo. I have seen a few guys have trouble with reduced power mainsprings. I believe that the strain screws can be bought in a bulk pack. the screw can be filed down to reduce the trigger pull weight, but there is a point...
I cant win, lol. On Sunday I was packing up to go to the rifle range and when I got to the ammo I found I only had 6 rounds left. I thought I had about 50. I took my single stage press down so trying to whip up some round quick was not an option.
Not enough daylight to get to the rifle...
I dough out will not like it, so be carful. If you go cheap and like it, buying twice will get real expensive.
If unsure try to fine someone with a pistol with a dot and try theirs out. Your welcome to try mine its a G34.
I think a 350 dollar pistol with a dot is a good option for the marketplace. The dot has a 3 year warranty, not too bad. No its not a Glock with a rmr, but its not $1000 either.
Good way to break into the dot thing if unsure, or even a backup pistol.