The BBQ Gun Thread

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I highly recommend these Trijicons HD XR if they are offered for your pistola. I put them on most all my pistols. Love em!

Better field of view/sight picture & improved my down range accuracy.View attachment 695808
Yeah they make them for the Beretta 92A1 and 96A1.

I currently have an older version on my Springfield XD9.
About time to get new ones as they've dimmed a bit.
Also use a Trijicon Big Dot on my HD M500.

Any dedicated defense gun should have night sights and/or a light.
 
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Yeah they make them for the Beretta 92A1 and 96A1.

I currently have an older version on my Springfield XD9.
About time to get new ones as they've dimmed a bit.
Also use a Trijicon Big Dot on my HD M500.

Any dedicated defense gun should have night sights and/or a light.
I would reach out to Trijicon, they have replaced some of my sights that were over 12years old because they dimmed. Its worth a shot.

Yes I agree a defense/home protection gun should have 1 or the other.
 
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Wow, LTT's trigger job reputation is well deserved.
Now I'm disappointed in the rest of my handgun's triggers.

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I saw this thread. And some of you may or may not know I am a leather worker
So if you are looking for a holster or sheath. Holler at me
Some of my work
Those are some really nice looking leather work.
Labor and time intensive.
Thanks for sharing, maybe we'll talk about a holster in the near future.
 
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