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Discussion in 'Vintage Topic Archive (Sept - 2009)' started by Corelogik, Jun 5, 2008.

  1. Corelogik

    Corelogik Member

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    You know it occurred to me last night that while normally I take a photo of each new firearm as soon as I get home, I failed to do so when I brought my C9. As a result I haven't yet posted a pic of my C9 here as rules provide.

    Please, no one tell the gunny, here it is;

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    And the newest member of the family;

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    And one of the HP family;

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    I just picked the JHP up this afternoon, I've had it for exactly, 4.5 hours.

    I will be getting it out to the range this weekend, but so far everything cycles 100% by hand. I know that doesn't mean much, but it's a good start.

    Thought I should mention, this is my second HP and my first 45.
     
  2. Strangerous

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    Good picks and good pics... I'm diggin' the inn'r tube grips... I'm waiting to run across an uncle mike's large slip-on grip seen here:
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    Photo was posted on here, props to the OP of the pic! Awesome guns, the both of you have!
     

  3. Corelogik

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    You know it's interesting, I first tried the inner tube idea because when I bought my KT Sub2k (G19), I noticed the bottom front of the grip would separate slightly. It never caused any problems but it was annoying. I asked around over on KTOG.org and someone suggested it as the inner tube didn't add any bulk to an already "micro" grip.

    After the success I had using it on my KT, I quickly adapted it to all of my guns in need a of a little grip assist. I find it perfectly acceptable and totally comfortable. Did I mention that one $5 inner tube did all of my current weapons in need, including the JHP I just got and I still have enough left to do one large gun or maybe two small ones.
     
  4. Strangerous

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    I understand, but I'm personally holding out for the run-in with the Uncle Mike's large slip-on... just look at it... it's beautiful! :)
     
  5. Lets face it... Strangerous is just too good to accept a donated piece of inner tube from his pop's and place it on his C9. Nooo he would rather hold out and spend his hard earned Amero's on a piece of rubber with fancy checking and a name on it.

    Oh Corelogik,

    Congrats man, you have a good selection to choose from. Now all you need is the CF-380 and you will be set. :)
     
  6. Corelogik

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    It is beautiful, but lacking funds due to a recent firearm purchase,.... :)
     
  7. I tried some tennis racket grip slipped on mine. I took it off though. I think I will do that to the 995 though.
     
  8. Love the C9! It is one good looking pistol.