The Gun Club

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  1. Sam

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    so the XDm is nothing like the compact.. ;) well i'm just saying i think it's incredibly accurate for a compact, and that's coming from a guy that (pretty much) only shoots full sized sigs. that's saying something.
     
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    Ok I'll have to get in this action.......... Here is my round up.
    By the way nice weapons guys.

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    and this is my go to weapon if I get someone breaking in the house in the middle of the night up to no good.

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    cyber droid wins. that was a buzz-kill ;)
     
  4. ricepuddin

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    Well ill be carrying the full sized. Still good to hear, a good impression of the Compact usefully equals good on the full sized
     
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    Just got it today, decided on the .45 XD instead of the .40Cal XDm, a little cheaper and came with Trijicon night sights! ( all for $485 out the door)
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    Congrats on your new purchase ricepuddin. Its bee you tee full.
     
  7. Matth3w

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    Here is my contribution. My wife's Smith and Wesson SW40C .40 (was her dad's service pistol when he was police chief) and my Taurus subcompact PT745 Pro .45. I recently got rid of my Olympic Arms M4 due to the fact that there is no range nearby that I can really shoot it at.

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  8. Matth3w

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    I had the XD9 but honestly it was prone to rusting on the slide for no reason whatsoever. It's a known issue, although they were supposed to have started fixing this with newer models, especially the 45 (I bought mine in 07).
     
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    Had any problems with your Beretta? My M9 was a piece of **** in Afghanistan, always jamming after about 45+ rounds...and I kept that thing spic and span. :(

    It was helpful though, on a lot of my missions I didn't carry a rifle, just a shotgun while riding with an M9...and when we took fire...the extra rounds in the 9mm compared to the 45 helped. Obviously not for stopping power but for putting down some occasional cover fire (I know, with a pistol that sucks...but when the Afghan soldiers are hiding in a ditch afraid there isn't a lot of options and fortunately I never had any dead US soldiers while on patrol to get M16s off of).

    Me in Afghanistan...I tried to dress down on most of my missions hence why I didn't have too much weaponry.

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  10. ricepuddin

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    Thank you thank you very much :icon_ banana:

    I looked into that, everything i have seen seems to suggest the issue has been resolved. Hopefully i won't have the issue, if i do i hope its at a period of time that a USP CT is in my budget.
     
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    I'm sure you will be fine now, this was more of an issue with their older models. Grats on the new purchase!
     
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    It's odd that most of the Berreta 92 owners i know have this issue (stove-piping no matter what ammo they use) yet i've never had an issue with my knock off (more or less, they took over the Berreta plant in Brazil from what i understand) Taurus PT92 has never had an issue
     
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