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  1. Left Hook Tua
    11-11-2012 05:24 PM
    Left Hook Tua
    steyr S
    .40 caliber
    10 rd capacity
    3.6 in barrel
    only $450
  2. Left Hook Tua
    11-11-2012 12:37 PM
    Left Hook Tua
    ruger and s&w is made in usa

    glock and steyr in austria

    springfield in croatia
  3. Left Hook Tua
    11-11-2012 12:35 PM
    Left Hook Tua
    the sight might have been off. easily fixed.

    glock/s&w m&p/ruger sr9/springfield xd-TYPE autos are good BEGINNERS autos.

    same constant trigger. no safety to worry about. (though some variants of m&p/sr9 does have a safety)

    i find .45 easy to shoot as well. there's recoil BUT not snappy.
  4. jreckoning
    11-11-2012 09:58 AM
    Next week the other range has some revolvers such as the ruger I am going to shoot with. I should be buying by Thanksgiving.
  5. jreckoning
    11-10-2012 01:44 PM
    Shot a glock 21 this morning which fits my big hands pretty well.
    pretty nice though i keep going low left but fairly good groups when i focused well.
  6. Left Hook Tua
    11-07-2012 03:52 PM
    Left Hook Tua
    don't shoot your foot or the ceiling.
  7. jreckoning
    11-07-2012 03:43 PM
    Going to the range again Saturday morning to try new stuff out!
    Will let you know my findings.
  8. Left Hook Tua
    11-07-2012 03:24 PM
    Left Hook Tua
    recoil affects how fast you can get back on target for follow up shots.

    handgun bullets fly at about 800-1500 feet per second on average depending on bullet/caliber.

    your handgun barrel is typically 2-6 inches long.

    i know for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction BUT the gun weighs more, hence will move back slower. that bullet is out by the time your gun moves any significant amount.

    don't fight the recoil or overcompensate or anticipate it. that'll screw up your accuracy.
  9. jreckoning
    11-07-2012 08:02 AM
    So my buddy who was a gunner in the army said you were right about the recoil not being issue,--- on the first shot. He said to line it up after the first makes it harder but the first shot is golden.

    re: .454
  10. Left Hook Tua
    11-05-2012 10:05 PM
    Left Hook Tua
    it kicked hard. but not as bad as you would think. it's like shooting a stockless shotgun. definitely not pleasant but won't kill you.

    i'm stupid. i wanted to be special and get this NEW caliber. they discontinued the caliber a few years later and ammo was expensive. should have just gotten .44 or .45 version.

    btw recoil has nothing to do with accuracy. it's ppl flinching in anticipation of recoil. by the time gun recoils, bullet is out already. heavy recoil guns are same accuracy as light.

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