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I'd be interested in one of the screen accurate knives as well ajb007/biggrin

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I’ve owned the sting for about 4 years. I don’t like carrying a fixed blade, so I can’t speak to it as an EDC, but it has seen some use around the house and the edge retention is pretty good. It’s a very solid knife and feels great in the hand.

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BCFDRay wrote:
bonspy wrote:

Cajun-

Yes, you've hit the nail on the head. You can almost feel the warm welcome from here.

Take care, Sir.



Cajun wrote:

Yep, I more or less tried cracking that nut in post #242 back in May with no response.  I guess one of the regulars will have to buy one and post a review before it becomes news. ajb007/rolleyes

I’m working on one of the new PPK’s but aesthetically, the edges are sharper and rough, not as streamlined as the earlier post war models


Ray-

That's a bit depressing, though I'm sure with a bit of elbow grease & gentle pressure, those rough edges will give way to a good feel. The one thing that's always impressed me are the tolerances of the machining. Then again, having used AK-47s before, it's the lack of those very tight tolerances that make the AK the most user friendly assault rifle ever devised. A note, make sure you have as good an armorer as we had to be sure of accuracy, as I'm certain you've heard; the AK is the main reason for the spray & pray method. Our armorer made it so that we never had that problem with them.

I'm guessing you have either received your new Walther already or have been to an LGS to check one out? In my case, I tried to let my LGS nab one for me to no avail, so I've had to use other methods. Either way, I HAVE to buy one now since I am giving my wife my S&W M&P Bodyguard 380 for her carry weapon. I have a few 9mm handguns I could carry, but I prefer something smaller since I'm skin & bones at 6'2" 150#, wearing chelsea boots, a leather jacket, & carrying a small horse, LOL.
A 9mm of any size is just too noticeable for concealed carry in my case & with the way things are in the world there's zero chance of me rolling around without a decent firearm in my belt. Plus, owning a security consulting company & being unsecured doesn't wash terribly well.

Our local bank has been robbed twice recently, once about 15 minutes after I left the lobby & a few years ago, on NYE, my wife & I went to play pool early in the evening, before the drunks began to crowd the roadways. An hour & 15 minutes after we'd left, a young woman was shot while entering her car in the parking lot we'd been parked in. The crazy thing is the parking lot is adjacent to that town's police department!

I'll let you know what I think once I receive my Walther. If you'd be kind enough to give me your firing impressions, I'd appreciate that too.

Oh, nice video too, your latest I mean. Now I have to go back and make sure I left a thumbs up for it!

Many thanks!

Tertia Optio
Latebra Factum
Veritas Vos Liberabit

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It was bound to happen eventually...

https://youtu.be/rZ_dkhQfz0M


https://i.postimg.cc/c67PRTSZ/A52-DD7-A0-410-D-42-C4-AF2-A-70-E39-FC9-A553.jpg

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BCFDRay wrote:

It was bound to happen eventually...

https://youtu.be/rZ_dkhQfz0M


https://i.postimg.cc/c67PRTSZ/A52-DD7-A0-410-D-42-C4-AF2-A-70-E39-FC9-A553.jpg

Hi

I have very limited experience in firerarms, but I had the oportunity to experience the glock 17. In fact it was the first ever 9 mm I ever shot. I cannot own firearms in 9mm in Mexico. but I live just in the border with USA and have had the chance to rent one in a shooting range close to the border.

I will always remember my first shot. It was very accurate. Then came my recoil anticipating thing and while trying to fix that I ruined my trigger control and it took me a long while to be decent with the glocks. I was somewhat better with 1911s.

The 17 is the original glock. The magazines drop just right. Not the same with the 19. At least not with the CA legal 10 rounders. The 17 is great in may regards, but if I was to carry one would only be in a holster and never appendix.

I am sure that if I do dry fire a 17 I will have decent to good shots.

thanks for the vid, liked already

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The Glocks are very accurate and simple to use ...
They set up the actual standart ...
It is a good tool  ajb007/martini

~God Judges Us by Our Scars~

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Great to see Bond using the P226 again!
https://i.ibb.co/0FNQZdY/226.jpg

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Kladdagh wrote:

The Glocks are very accurate and simple to use ...
They set up the actual standart ...
It is a good tool  ajb007/martini

ajb007/cheers

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Kladdagh wrote:

The Glocks are very accurate and simple to use ...
They set up the actual standart ...
It is a good tool  ajb007/martini

Glocks are good tools. 

But as far as setting the standard, Glock is an industry latecomer and wasn't even the first polymer pistol.  H&K claimed that milestone with the VP70 in 1970.  The Glock 17 debuted more than a decade later.

Glock does have the honor of being the most prolific.  Exactly why they're referred to as the "Toyota Corolla of handguns" in professional circles.  ajb007/lol

I edit, therefore I am.

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Cajun wrote:
Kladdagh wrote:

The Glocks are very accurate and simple to use ...
They set up the actual standart ...
It is a good tool  ajb007/martini

Glocks are good tools. 

But as far as setting the standard, Glock is an industry latecomer and wasn't even the first polymer pistol.  H&K claimed that milestone with the VP70 in 1970.  The Glock 17 debuted more than a decade later.

Glock does have the honor of being the most prolific.  Exactly why they're referred to as the "Toyota Corolla of handguns" in professional circles.  ajb007/lol

ajb007/lol I always tell customers “Glocks are like Honda Civics.” Affordable, reliable, and a ton of aftermarket parts!

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@walther p99, I agree the Sig Sauer P226 is one of the best 9mm pistols you can get. The fact that many military special forces and   law enforcement personnel carry and use them really speaks to this. Plus testing by the US Navy SEALS revealed that a P226 can be subjected to great abuse and still function where as similar pistols failed.  I am planning on getting an airsoft P226 in the near future, I think it will go nicely with the airsoft Walther PPK and P99 that I have.

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Anyone into fan theories? I just posted a Vlog with Joe Darlington of Being James Bond, where we breakdown the trailer and discuss some popular theories based on what we saw.

https://youtu.be/x92zNG1s6fQ


https://i.postimg.cc/8FSkFSW9/87-D48439-5-D56-4-EF7-9-F04-533189-CDDC8-A.jpg

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BCFDRay wrote:

Anyone into fan theories? I just posted a Vlog with Joe Darlington of Being James Bond, where we breakdown the trailer and discuss some popular theories based on what we saw.

https://youtu.be/x92zNG1s6fQ


https://i.postimg.cc/8FSkFSW9/87-D48439-5-D56-4-EF7-9-F04-533189-CDDC8-A.jpg

Awesome! I love your vlogs, Ray, looking forward to this one!

@jamesbondclassified