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Author Topic: Urban carry  (Read 134 times)

Offline Flintlock1776

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Urban carry
« on: January 27, 2019, 01:41:24 PM »
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Re: Urban carry
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2019, 01:09:12 PM »
Flint - I like that Sig Sauer Cooperhead that Sig unvailed at this year's Shot Show....Very Wicked!!!
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Re: Urban carry
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2019, 02:43:51 PM »
What cal ? ##$%#1118 Ok 9mm  a little steep on the price though .
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Re: Urban carry
« Reply #3 on: January 28, 2019, 07:40:31 PM »
Sundowner - Yes, it does come only in 9mm right now, and I was shocked at the price...ouch!!! I would suspect that it would be for Law enforcement act and that a short 10" 223 that runs about half the price would be more my style.....
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Re: Urban carry
« Reply #4 on: February 10, 2019, 07:56:04 AM »
Forgot to mention that last year picked up a used High Point 9mm Semi-Auto. It is short and sweet.....High Point 995TS, the Carbine came with extra magazines with a couple of funny looking 20 rounder! Got a half dozen more and then late last year picked up a new High Point C9 Semi-auto pistol that takes the same magazines as the Carbine does! love that combination...both are 9mm

For the house defense do have a Mossberg 500 410 plus a couple of Judges and a Governor, ready just in case I do need them....plus a 20 gauge Mossberg 500 in the fun gun room that is ready also....Have taken this High Point 995TS to the range a couple of time and it is not a shooter for sure 50 yards at the most...put a Truglo red dot type sight on it and got it bore sighted at 20 to 25 yards then took it over to the 50 yard range and shot some 3 to 4 inch groups with it on sandbags, not the BoSledge, but just sandbags...shot the C9 much better...The Carbine and accessories ran me about $250 and with the extra magazines I got, it ran me closer to $300. The C9 pistol ran me about $180 and it came with an extra magazine, an 8 shot, but since the carbine took a 10 rounder, got 10 round magazines for both the Carbine and the C9 pistol....

At the range both shot well, no jams or hang-ups...the pistol like the 134 gn where the carbine like the 124 gn over the 134 and the 115 gn ammo...so I settle in on the 134 gn ammo that I now use in both....if anyone is looking for a inexpensive carbine for the house, the High Point 9mm is what I recommend, having said that, last year they came out with a 45 ACP and a 380 Auto in the Carbine....a 45ACP would be great for a single guy trying to protect his home and but the 45 ACP would be to much for a woman to handled....just my opinion.... 
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