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NC Gun Guy 20 Oct 2019
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Getting my cold weather EDC pistol out on the range

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Some range time with my Glock 27. The pistol I started carrying in the Fall and winter last year. It’s also a good reason to breakout and shoot the Ruger SR1911.

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2Alifestyle
2Alifestyle 12 months ago

Great video man

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NC Gun Guy
NC Gun Guy 12 months ago

Thank you sir, it’s a great gun

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2Alifestyle
2Alifestyle 12 months ago

@NC Gun Guy : awesome

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RobertM
RobertM 2 years ago

@7:58

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NC Gun Guy
NC Gun Guy 2 years ago

Yep, couldn’t agree more with what he said. I think a lot of the “tacticool “ crap is to push products by some folks who think they know what their talking about.

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RobertM
RobertM 2 years ago

@NC Gun Guy : Yes the money is one side both for gear and instructors and the other side is just tactical snobs.

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RobertM
RobertM 2 years ago

I remember that ammo from way back when. Federal and Winchester generic brands. Federal was American Eagle and Winchester was USA. It was just as good as their regular ammo but made a little cheaper I think. I like your grip when you shoot. That is how I was taught. Looks good. Good enough accuracy. Probably the old ammo causing the stoppages. I do for sure like 1911s. Great pistol. Thanks for sharing.

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NC Gun Guy
NC Gun Guy 2 years ago

They say you should have your support completely in the pocket of your dominant hand and your support hand thumb should ride under the other thumb. This causes you to have to turn your hand towards the target. I broke both bones in my arm at the left rest years ago and it is uncomfortable to turn it that far. So I shoot as I shoot. Guess i’m not tacticool Lol. I think it’s like golf or bowling, if the grip is comfortable and works for you, use it. Thanks for watching.

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RobertM
RobertM 2 years ago

@NC Gun Guy : Screw tactital. I am a civilian shooter. I practice to get better. I was taught that you should not alter your one handed grip from revolver to autoloader. Grip should stay the same no matter what pistol. Thumb over thumb. The support hand is only support to the shooting hand. If you want more control then grip the pistol tighter but you should not alter your grip. I was also taught to never get thumbs up near the slide that will cause slide stoppages and get you killed in a gunfight.

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RobertM
RobertM 2 years ago

tactical

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RobertM
RobertM 2 years ago

If folks used the same grip for revolvers that they do for autoloaders the cylinder chambers would blow their thumbs off.

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RobertM
RobertM 2 years ago

And they would stop the cylinder from revolving.

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NC Gun Guy
NC Gun Guy 2 years ago

I agree I hold a revolver same way. There are probably only a hab

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NC Gun Guy
NC Gun Guy 2 years ago

There are probably only a handful of people anymore that even shoot a revolver.

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RobertM
RobertM 2 years ago

@NC Gun Guy : There are more revolvers out there than you think. Its still a very good reliable and accurate pistol. Very simple function. They have their place. I have two revolvers myself. I enjoy shooting them even more than my autoloaders.

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NC Gun Guy
NC Gun Guy 2 years ago

Same here, love them. I need to do a video on them.

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RobertM
RobertM 2 years ago

@NC Gun Guy : I have a Heritage Arms rimfire Rough Rider cowboy gun that is probably my favorite. Also have a Taurus M85 stainless .38 Sp. but that one is really my mother's pistol.

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RobertM
RobertM 2 years ago

@RobertM: I have been thinking about trading in my mother's M85 for a Smith M10 LEO trade in. She probably won't ever shoot the M85 again anyway.

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NC Gun Guy
NC Gun Guy 2 years ago

I have the same Taurus M85 in stainless, as well as Taurus M66 in 357 magnum. The 357 was my first pistol. I bought it new in 1985. Think I gave $150.00 for it. I have not shot that one in a while. I have put thousands of rounds through it and it still in perfect time and condition.

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NC Gun Guy
NC Gun Guy 2 years ago

I think I saw an add for the m10 Smith LEO on Classic Firearms channel. I really like the Taurus M85 I have. I did put a wolf spring kit in it as both the trigger and hammer springs were ridiculously hard to pull. Best mod I ever did on a pistol.

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RobertM
RobertM 2 years ago

@NC Gun Guy : I don't buy used or surplus guns online. You never know what you are getting until its too late. I can tell you right now the local LEO M10 trade ins are in better condition than those I saw on Classic and they even come with the LEO holster, speed loaders, and pouches.

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RobertM
RobertM 2 years ago

@RobertM: But more than I can afford right now at $375 and I can't justify really needing it. I could use the trade in value of the Taurus M85 towards it though if I wanted to.

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NC Gun Guy
NC Gun Guy 2 years ago

@RobertM: got ya

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