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I will probably be adding a Glock 43X MOS with the picatinny rail real soon.


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I wouldn't trade one good P226 for the whole lot. That just shows my age.. Big Grin. There are even poly frame guns I like more. If you shoot them well and like them, that is all that matters.
 
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I wouldn't trade one good P226 for the whole lot.

That's no way to be, man. Didn't your momma ever teach you "If you don't have something nice to say..."?




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I forgot this one. LOL !! My Beretta 1301 Tactical set up just how I want it. Romeo 4T in a ADM QD low mount gives a less cluttered sight picture and a more heads up position, but I still get a solid cheek weld. Modlite and Modlite M-lok switch in a Magpul aluminum M-lok mount kicks the light out just enough where it doesn't light up the front sight at all and I can activate the switch with either hand. Not shown, a Magpul MS1 padded sling. I will probably add the Aridus shell carrier at some point. LOL !!!





 
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Nice collection.
 
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I wouldn't trade one good P226 for the whole lot. That just shows my age.. Big Grin. There are even poly frame guns I like more. If you shoot them well and like them, that is all that matters.


LOL - Same.

But here goes: Biggy, that is excellent photography sir. The contrast really pops, and those beauties shine.
 
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I wouldn't trade one good P226 for the whole lot.

That's no way to be, man. Didn't your momma ever teach you "If you don't have something nice to say..."?
Well, the one Glock is not too bad but has to much serrating going on with its slide. They're are just not pistols I like. I do like the G10 grips so I assume the 320s are metal frames?
 
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LOL !!!




 
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No kidding, a Faxon barrel. They make good products.
 
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That’s a good start. Keep it up.


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Nice. How do you like the aluminum frames on the P320s? I've been wanting to try one.
 
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Nice. How do you like the aluminum frames on the P320s? I've been wanting to try one.



I really, really like them, they add a little more weight to the pistol than the poly frame guns. They feel close to a P226 grip. I have had the Wilson Combat grip frames and they were real nice also. It's really just personal preference.
 
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Just a lowly Remington 597, but with a good scope, rings and some upgrades, transforms it into a very reliable tack driver with it’s preferred ammo. At one time Remington did make some pretty good quality rifle barrels.

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Learn something new every day...

Who makes an aluminum frame for a 320?




 
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Who makes an aluminum frame for a 320?


Sig makes the ones I am using. Icarus Precision also make some for the P320

https://www.sigsauer.com/p320-...ium-grip-module.html

https://www.icarusprecision.co...-320-Grips-c60146046
 
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I wouldn't trade one good P226 for the whole lot. That just shows my age.. Big Grin. There are even poly frame guns I like more. If you shoot them well and like them, that is all that matters.



Add a P228 to that and on the same page
 
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I will probably be adding a Glock 43X MOS with the picatinny rail real soon.


 
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Just a lowly Remington 597, but with a good scope, rings and some upgrades, transforms it into a very reliable tack driver with it’s preferred ammo. At one time Remington did make some pretty good quality rifle barrels.

 
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Nice 597!

I might have to get me a 9mm Glock someday...


My other Sig is a Steyr...
 
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Biggy, on your metal frame 320s, do these still use the standard FCU or are the internals different, more like a traditional Sig?
 
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