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Hit the range Wednesday, ... and had what i thought, was my very first failure on the p10c. At first, it looked like it didn't fully go into battery. I was a little bummed. Not terribly, as ive not had a single issue with it to date, with close to 9k through it. I shrugged it off, pulled the slide back, and out of the corner of my eye, saw a small round piece drop out. Glad i looked. 

The primer came out of the spent shell, and got wedged, keeping the slide slightly open. I cracked a grin, gave my p10c a small kiss, and continued on my way. Love this thing. 

 

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2007 Chevy Tahoe (SOLD)

12 ~ FI Audio X series 10" w/BP option

2 ~ DC Audio 5.0K @0.67

3 ~ DC Audio 5.0K @1.0 

2 ~ PPI 3 way sets (not installed yet)

1 ~ RF T400-4, 1 ~ RF T600-2, 1 ~ RF T600-4

4 ~ CT Sounds 5.25" Strato comps  (rear fill only)

1 ~ XS Power D4800

1 ~ XS Power D3400

8 ~ XS Power XP3000

160 stock alt, Mechman 370 Elite, 185 DC Power

320+ Sq. Ft. Sound Deadener

Pioneer AVH-X5500BHS

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/knfjdkghjudfhsgkjdhf/videos?sort=dd&view=0&shelf_id=0

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On 12/6/2018 at 6:49 AM, Karkov said:

Can't go too wrong with a 1911 so long as it uses standard 1911 parts, which I believe that one does.  Long as the frame isn't complete junk, you can build the guts over time to change things you don't like about it. 

I have a ruger, which is definitely a budget-ish 1911, and it's thrown a few thousand rounds down range without a hiccup.  Had a surprisingly decent trigger from the factory too.  Little long, and most stock triggers are a little heavy, but the break is clean. 

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On 12/6/2018 at 5:49 AM, Karkov said:

Its a 1911 and its made by S&W I dont see why it would be bad. I dont have any personal experience with it but going off of S&W reputation and quality. I have a few different 1911's Colt, Springfield, Ruger, All basically the same Ruger being the "cheapest" its fit and finish is great never had any issues with it at all  

Thats cool. Im way too old to be upset by shit like that. Your name is winston. Your own parents hated you even before you were born.

My penis is bigger than your penis

I'm far from loud and my roof/headliner flaps around like Adam's ass on a windy day. I think it depends more on the structure of the vehicle.

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Thanks guys

2007 Chevy Tahoe (SOLD)

12 ~ FI Audio X series 10" w/BP option

2 ~ DC Audio 5.0K @0.67

3 ~ DC Audio 5.0K @1.0 

2 ~ PPI 3 way sets (not installed yet)

1 ~ RF T400-4, 1 ~ RF T600-2, 1 ~ RF T600-4

4 ~ CT Sounds 5.25" Strato comps  (rear fill only)

1 ~ XS Power D4800

1 ~ XS Power D3400

8 ~ XS Power XP3000

160 stock alt, Mechman 370 Elite, 185 DC Power

320+ Sq. Ft. Sound Deadener

Pioneer AVH-X5500BHS

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/knfjdkghjudfhsgkjdhf/videos?sort=dd&view=0&shelf_id=0

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Heres the one I bought for a review I'll be doing on 13cgunreviews.com

They are also on youtube and facebook

I joined then as a writer recently and will be contributing.

My comment is the November 8th one

https://grabagun.com/remington-1911-1911-45acp-5-8rd-blk-ehanced-tb.html

 

Up untill last week it was $599 and EXCELLENT value in a suppressor host. I am sitting on 900 rounds with no issue and it sounds great with a can.

 

 

 

 

 

Rolex you sicken me.

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Just let me finish my pie

~ Juice

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