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Been lurking on the KTOG for a few weeks and just wanted to say hello to everyone and thanks for all the great advise!!  Purchased two new P3's over the last week and finally got a chance to test them.  Two of the local gun dealers I spoke with just recommended I thoroughly clean with BreakFree CLP, No FNB or break-in slide grease. Shot 100 rounds through each gun (50 Magtech Blue and 50 Winchester White) with no problems.  Had what I though was one failure to fire, but it was operator error - wasn't used to the long trigger pull.  Overall very satisfied with my purchase.  Thanks again KTOG, what a great resource for newbies like me.
 

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Just wanted to give the grips a little more girth.  You know when your only packin 3 inches, it's girth over length  ;).  I put two layers of bike tube under 1 aglaser grip (which is bike tube also).  Can't tell you if it's any better than a naked grip, but seems to work for me.
 

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Welcome!

You did well in adding the grips and finger extensions - they make a difference, especially at the range.

Love that Chrome and Blue combo.

Glad the first run went well - clean-shoot-lube-repeat...

Bobo
 

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seattle_p3at said:
Just wanted to give the grips a little more girth. You know when your only packin 3 inches, it's girth over length ;). I put two layers of bike tube under 1 aglaser grip (which is bike tube also). Can't tell you if it's any better than a naked grip, but seems to work for me.
It's not an inner tube. It is a industrial conveyor roller cover tube used in the frozen food handling industry. We make the rollers and cut this material to length for them. It is a different composition....Please get your facts straight before posting.
 

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It's not an inner tube. It is a industrial conveyor roller cover tube used in the frozen food handling industry.  We make the rollers and cut this material to length for them. It is a different composition....Please get your facts straight before posting.
I understand your concern. But perhaps a little grace for the new guy.
 

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sprinter1 said:
It's not an inner tube. It is a industrial conveyor roller cover tube used in the frozen food handling industry. We make the rollers and cut this material to length for them. It is a different composition....Please get your facts straight before posting.
No offense to the aglaser product, I just can't tell the difference. My mountain bike inner tube is the same diameter and thickness, and has 5 ridges which line up identically to the conveyor tube. Your product is cut perfectly to fit the p3at's grip, and would recommend to all. :)
 

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seattle_p3at said:
[quote author=sprinter1 link=1197180434/0#5 date=1197259139]

No offense to the aglaser product, I just can't tell the difference.  My mountain bike inner tube is the same diameter and thickness, and has 5 ridges which line up identically to the conveyor tube.  Your product is cut perfectly to fit the p3at's grip, and would recommend to all. :)
Welcome new guy. Your response shows some real class. Please come back here often.
 
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