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9-17-11 I purchased this Glock 20 NIB at Sooner State Pawn in OKC. Got a great deal on it and look forward to doing business with them in the future.

G20's coming out pictures.




As she is today. LWD 5.15" Barrel. Stoned out the outer chamber area with some minor polishing of the Wolf logo, feed ramp and chamber. Also installed a 3.5lb LWD connector and polished out the trigger group. Added a 6lb trigger spring along with a SS guide rod and 22lb ISMI spring. I also used silver paint to do the fill work which contrast very good with the polished pins and controls.




She looks good to me and shoots out fantastic. Runs 100% and eats up nuclear 10mm ammo with ease.

50 yards off hand with hot ammo in both.



Next I picked up a M&P 9mm Talo at the last Tulsa Gun Show. The Creek Indians gave me a chunk of change the night before at one of there casino's. So I thought it prudent they buy me a new handgun. :) I got a heck of a deal on it because it has a factory blemish on the slide finish near the muzzle on the right side of the slide NIB. It took most of the day to get the deal I wanted, but in the end I walked out with it.

No coming out pic's. When I got home with it I cleaned it up, grabbed ammo and other pistols and went to the range. I've tried to get pics of the finish blemish. But they don't seem to come out well.

First Mag/17 rounds fired through it at 10 yards. The ammo was a round I use in the PF-9. Later on I ran more powerful over book loading through it without issue. Just took my time and worked up to the mean stuff slowly. :)



I spent a bit of time thinking about calling S&W and getting the finish fixed. But decided to blow it off and make it my own, including the blemish. :) The trigger was good out of the box. While I couldn't put 17 rounds through one hole with it at 10 yards. ( I wish ) It was more than respectable at 10 yards as seen in the worthless out of warranty WD Hard Drive. :)

The trigger on the 9mm M&P was much better than the one my M&P .45 came with. AND the .45's trigger got worse with use before I tuned on it out of the box.

And for the record here is the .45 as it sets today.



No Apex kits needed here. The .45's trigger is very good to me and anybody that has shot it. The 9mm trigger is about half way there and getting better all the time. I hope to have the beaver tail cut off the 9mm this weekend and then stipple it up. Maybe get some more trigger time on it this weekend and work on the trigger a tad more.

One thing of note is the sear in the 9mm is made of a much harder material than that of the .45. It's like night and day how the two sears take to the stone. And the 9mm has far less crunch in the take up travel than the .45 had. Once the 9mm's trigger is done I expect you wont be able to feel a thing in its take up. It should come up on the break like the .45 does. And cleanly break into the trigger stop with reset coming just before it hit's the break concerning the over all trigger stroke. Some complain about the lack of feel or click concerning M&P triggers. That does not bother me one bit. I wish I could make my G20 reset like my M&P's. :)

Anyway that's what I've been up to of late. It's a fun ride. :)
 

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Very nice!!! Congrats!!! I've been planning on checking them out, been watching all their adds on osa.
 
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