Ordered a P365XL. Told my wife I plan on selling something to finance it. So, G43, G48 or G19 Gen5. All with a few custom features. I'm thinking the G48 but I guess I'll know more after I get my hands on the P365XL at the range. Could be the G19. I like all of these pistols, but sadly, one needs to go.
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Very nice pair of long slides Rawny. Is your 10mm gun a G40 slide on a G20 frame? I am a little confused how the KKM is marked. Also, I like those extended controls and its rear sight looks something similar to Bomar? Happy Easter and thank you for posting these.
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Originally posted by David Lee: Very nice pair of long slides Rawny. Is your 10mm gun a G40 slide on a G20 frame? I am a little confused how the KKM is marked. Also, I like those extended controls and its rear sight looks something similar to Bomar? Happy Easter and thank you for posting these.
Good eyes. Those are Bo-Mars, with Dawson's up front. I had to dig it out to check. This was a group project using a .45 long slide made by a German company which name escaped me. We convinced KKM to make us a batch of 10mm conversion barrels to fit the slide. I think we had to order at least twenty barrels. It rides on my G21 frame. The G40 wasn't around 15 years ago, so we made our own.
Here are a couple of new ones:
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I just picked up a gently used (honestly it looks unfired to me, still has the copper factory grease) G23.4 for a steal locally. Swapped in a set of the Ameriglo trooper sights, ordered a .357Sig barrel & 5 new mags. Excited about this one, haven't had a .40 in several years now, but took in a couple of cases of ammo in trade.
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