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post #571 of 2624 Old 08-13-2013, 01:22 PM
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Any reason for a background check to have a 3 day hold on a pistol purchase?
The counter person wants to see you again. He thought you were either hot or a serial killer.


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post #572 of 2624 Old 08-13-2013, 01:25 PM
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Has anyone else bought a gun in the last week? There's that huge terror alert, maybe they are slowing down gun transactions too? I know when my wife flew Saturday security was crazy tight, they rechecked their bags at their connecting flight.
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post #573 of 2624 Old 08-13-2013, 01:29 PM
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The counter person wants to see you again. He thought you were either hot or a serial killer.
Well it was an attractive young lady helping me with everything. So, you can guess what the outcome can be.
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post #574 of 2624 Old 08-13-2013, 01:30 PM
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It also didn't help that the ******* that came with me said i was there to buy a gun to kill some one.... What a ****tard.
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post #575 of 2624 Old 08-13-2013, 01:34 PM
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LOL, I don't think that helped
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post #576 of 2624 Old 08-13-2013, 01:36 PM
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Thats what you get for telling them the truth! rofl

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post #577 of 2624 Old 08-13-2013, 02:35 PM
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The differences between the gen 3 and gen 4 are the Gen 4 has a deeper, more aggressive hatching on the grip. Too aggressive for my liking as it felt like it was eating my hand after a mag. The Gen 4 has changeable back straps on the grip. Running the middle size makes the gen 3 and gen 4 identical in size and is the size that I would run if I bought a gen 4. And finally, the guide rod was redesigned on the Gen 4. The Gen 4 guide rod will drop right into a gen 3 and my gen 3 27 came from the factory with a gen 4 guide rod. I have no opinion on those although some have had minor issues with them. Every one of those issues that I know of has been a failure to feed and have had no issues after the first 50 rounds or so. In other words, the gun was still being broken in. Personally, there is no reason for me to spend the extra money on a gen 4 when the only difference I would really see (the hatching on the grip) was eating my hand. If you have large or small hands, the gen 4 might be a better fit for you. Only real way to tell is to hold one and see how it fits in your hand. If the gen 3 feels too big or small for your fingers try out a gen 4 with a different sized back strap on there.
Thanks for the info. I watched a video that showed a gen 3 19 being fired then a gen 4. I could see no difference in the muzzle rise so I guess the double recoil spring must help in felt recoil.

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post #578 of 2624 Old 08-13-2013, 03:09 PM
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Picked this thing today!

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Common, a sharpie? Couldn't have had a knife or a sword or a ice pick or something way more cool and macho then a sharpie? LOL

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Common, a sharpie? Couldn't have had a knife or a sword or a ice pick or something way more cool and macho then a sharpie? LOL

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post #581 of 2624 Old 08-13-2013, 04:06 PM
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Common, a sharpie? Couldn't have had a knife or a sword or a ice pick or something way more cool and macho then a sharpie? LOL
I had to color the orange tip black, haha jk. I was trying to be like Marn but obviously failed. Hopefully it does effect the functionality of the firearm.
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I had to color the orange tip black, haha jk. I was trying to be like Marn but obviously failed. Hopefully it does effect the functionality of the firearm.
doesnt affect functionality, but definitely loses you internet cool points.

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You need some GI Joe's in there!

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Common, a sharpie? Couldn't have had a knife or a sword or a ice pick or something way more cool and macho then a sharpie? LOL
How about a diff pin like mine!

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