Just came from the GS, and picked up a C9 to go with my 995, and JHP, yep they are addictive, looking forward to breaking it in, got 3 free passes to the range with the purchase. Ammo is plentiful. Jim <><
Fusion; 3 or 4 light coats, 4 or 5 min. apart, then under a heat lamp (about 14 in above) for 2 hrs, then let cool, did the same to both, the JHP a month ago, and it gets taken in and out of the little bedside safe daily, and seems to be pretty tough. The 995 was not baked with the lamp, and it has some blemishes, but it is not as easy to be careful with. Thanks for the compliments. Jim <><Love the paint job on everything. When she retires you could start customizing as a sideline? What did you do the grips with?
DAG NAB IT!!! Read the rules!! If yur gonna show off yur guns they GOTTA have the toes in em as well NO DAD BLANG BOOTS OR SHOES!!! :grinwink: :laugh: :laugh:Just came from the GS, and picked up a C9 to go with my 995, and JHP, yep they are addictive, looking forward to breaking it in, got 3 free passes to the range with the purchase. Ammo is plentiful. Jim <><
Got a start on breaking it in, 3rd round did not load into chamber, racked it and shot next 80 rds flawlessly. Love it, kinda like the JHP recoil not a problem. Now about the target, that is result of last 5 shots after sighting in the Tasco Red Dot at 25 yards, good enough, I used Rem UMC 115 gr, with a rest and sand bags for the 995. JHP ate another 25 rds flawlessly. Man I gotta quit going to the gun store, wife is retireing, and budget will get real tight. These and the rest of my brood is plenty though. I still think the Hi-Points are ruggedly handsome. Toes are New Balance all terrain 83's. Jim <>< ps, I am a long way from a good shot, but with a bench and scope, I get by.