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You can't go to Hell and Back with a plastic gun. It'll melt.




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That's a myth. I've been there. Everything is plastic and says "Made in China."
 
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I think to some a poly gun IS hell. Wink


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But, but, it's striker-fired.
 
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What if the frame is MIM'd?!


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What if the frame is MIM'd?!


What if it is? There is nothing wrong with metal injection molding. Most who decry it don't even know what it is.

It's a process used on a lot of transonic and supersonic aircraft today, let alone successfully on a number of firearms and numerous other parts in everything from appliances to medical equipment.
 
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have a small issue with the new frame, why couldn't they raise the beavertail higher, it wouldn't affect the slide, the FCU, nor function. while making it more handleable.


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What if the frame is MIM'd?!


What if it is? There is nothing wrong with metal injection molding. Most who decry it don't even know what it is.

It's a process used on a lot of transonic and supersonic aircraft today, let alone successfully on a number of firearms and numerous other parts in everything from appliances to medical equipment.


I agree, as an aircraft mechanic, I've yet to see anything MIM'd or SLS'd be the cause of an issue.


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Make mine Full Size, stainless and black.
me to.
 
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have a small issue with the new frame, why couldn't they raise the beavertail higher, it wouldn't affect the slide, the FCU, nor function. while making it more handleable.

I take it you have shot the gun to comment on the "issue"?
 
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Since the rails would be on the trigger module no more damage aluminum frames like the 226 i had that the side would wear down the frame to aluminum in spots on the frame. Look forward to the black one.
 
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This one here looks like it has a Professional Series slide on it.
The best P320 slide IMO.
Solves the past mistakes.


I just noticed that this has a separate rear sight, not one integrated to the optic plate. Is this what's meant by "professional series slide"? I much prefer this setup.
 
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I just noticed that this has a separate rear sight, not one integrated to the optic plate. Is this what's meant by "professional series slide"? I much prefer this setup.


That is exactly correct.


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