- Sep 2, 2000
Man, I've always liked that gun, 10mm specifically. Never bought one though primarily because ammo is so expensive and I don't own any other gun chambered in 10mm.Picked up my glock 40 problem solver today, and also cleaned them out of their 10mm ammo since they were having a sale -
I will have to dig out some of my hot underwood and double tap ammo I already have to see how this beast really performs with full power 10mm. Now I have to decide if I want to put an optic on it or just keep it with iron sights, as my backwoods pistol.
Man, I've always liked that gun, 10mm specifically. Never bought one though primarily because ammo is so expensive and I don't own any other gun chambered in 10mm.
It sure seems that way.. but no one really knows what they'll do yet.My coworkers and I were thinking...if a weapon with a bullet button is now defined as an assault rifle anyway, can't you just register the thing and install a standard mag release? Is that too logical to be true?
I probably will eventually, for my full size 9mm I have a sig p226 legion, but I would like a 17 to round out the collection.Hey adairusmc, why didn't you get a G17 to finish the 9x19 line? It is strange to go from 9mm to 10mm IMO. I almost got a G27 in .40.
I have a G26 now and planning to get either G19 or G17.
Always enjoy those talon grips. My PPQ admittedly felt pretty good out of the box and probably didn't need the talons in the first place, but with them on it feels great. So comfortable in the end.I got the granulate talon grips installed on it tonight, feels even better in the hand now.
A lot of guys at calguns are saying that you shouldn't. They say this ban is at state level not federal so what was in place for the prior one doesn't mean CA will follow the same and never confiscate. Also from what I hear the assumption that we can take off the Bullet Button is all speculation right now.My coworkers and I were thinking...if a weapon with a bullet button is now defined as an assault rifle anyway, can't you just register the thing and install a standard mag release? Is that too logical to be true?
I'm not sure. From what guys say CA DOJ never put in writing the bullet button was legal so I really don't know.But that's speculation the feds would mandate bullet buttons someday? Or am I missing something?
Yeah some cut and dry info is needed.. I'm really hoping that if we do register we don't need to run the bullet button. That would be nice. I want to build a 9mm AR so after that I'm done with this platform. 2 is enough for me..I'm familiar with the ar mag lock and such. I'll definitely be getting those.
There has to have been something in writing stating the bullet button meets the legal definition of a fixed magazine. Iirc the ATF is usually the agency that gives guidance in such matters.
If the CA DOJ really is to give guidance in two weeks it will be interesting to see what they say.