Put the first 100 rounds through my new Wilson Combat Sentinel today. Love it!
Trojan 9mm. Getting ready for competition later this month.
Thank you sir, and my middle Daughter the Police Officer thanks you also!!! :thumbs:It's nice to know there are trained people like you out there protecting us as well as the active police.
It is both an honor and a privilege.May God watch over you and your family since you choose freely to you put yourselves in harms way.
Looked pretty good to me! :thumbs:
From a couple weeks ago. Having technical difficulties from today.
I’ve got a DVC Carry HOST and a Trijicon RMR type 2 on the way from Jess at The Wichita Gun Club. Looking forward to getting it on the range! :happy:Yesterday I went to a LGS that had Walther and STI reps there with guns to shoot. Unfortunately I got so wound up I didn’t take any pics. Shot the Walther Steel Frame Q5 and really liked it. If I was going to be a mainly striker type guy I would get one - already have a PPS and PPQ for carry.
Main reason I went was to look at the STIs. Shot the DVC-C and the Staccato-P. Both were really nice and I liked the feel of the 2011 frame. I brought along my Dan Wesson PM9 with a red dot to compare these guns to - I shoot the DW incredibly well. Reinforced my love for my DW. But, if you want more capacity in a 1911 package then an STI is an excellent choice. Finished up by shooting the compensated DVC-P. Holy cow, that gun is amazing! Almost no muzzle rise - you pull the trigger, it goes bang, and the front fiber optic sight is just sitting there on target ready to go again! I shot it almost as well as my optic equipped gun that I’m familiar with. And the DVC-P is milled for optics. Only downside is the price, $3,999. Don’t know if I need one that bad.
That’s what I’m thinking! I’ll know for sure real soon. :happy:pcso,
That should be a fantastic combination for carrying!
Same here!I love having my RMR on my P-01, nothing helps more with my older eyes than a dot.