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Old December 20th, 2016, 04:50 PM   #31
 
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I like the grips ... how does feel in your hand when you shoot? does it tend to slip?
Nope not at all. I'm not gonna lie the gun could use front and back strap checkering. But the Hogue wood grips are great. I have thought of having the frame checkered and then cerakoted the original color, but that's a lot of effort for a gun I don't shoot often.



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Got a P90 recently.

Accurate, fun to shoot, easy to carry.

Combat sights.

I really like this gun.
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Nope not at all. I'm not gonna lie the gun could use front and back strap checkering. But the Hogue wood grips are great. I have thought of having the frame checkered and then cerakoted the original color, but that's a lot of effort for a gun I don't shoot often.
Thanks for the honesty ... I put Hogue wrap around grips on all of my P series pistols, well at least the ones that have removable grips. Not a fan of the slip on Hogue grips, they seem to move and twist on the grip.

Man I shoot all of my P series ...
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Got a P90 recently.

Accurate, fun to shoot, easy to carry.

Combat sights.

I really like this gun.
I picked up a P90 from a pawn shop out on the left coast for a very good price (it had some wear and tear). Took it to a gunsmith and had it stripped down and cerakoted to hide the abuse it took. That gun is by far the best shooter I have. I love it and it gets alot of ooooooohhhh and aaaaaaaahhhh's at the range.
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I picked up a P90 from a pawn shop out on the left coast for a very good price (it had some wear and tear). Took it to a gunsmith and had it stripped down and cerakoted to hide the abuse it took. That gun is by far the best shooter I have. I love it and it gets alot of ooooooohhhh and aaaaaaaahhhh's at the range.
Nice bud, you will like it.
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My P series love..

Here is my battalion of p series pistols.
P85, 89, 89, 90, 91, 93, 94, 95, 97, 345. Only ones missing is the p89x, and p89 in 9x21 export variant. I also own a second p95 blued not pictured that the wife commandeered. Figured the picture belongs here as well. Fine pistols.



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Here is my battalion of p series pistols.
P85, 89, 89, 90, 91, 93, 94, 95, 97, 345. Only ones missing is the p89x, and p89 in 9x21 export variant. I also own a second p95 blued not pictured that the wife commandeered. Figured the picture belongs here as well. Fine pistols.



Very nice collection!
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Here is my battalion of p series pistols.
P85, 89, 89, 90, 91, 93, 94, 95, 97, 345. Only ones missing is the p89x, and p89 in 9x21 export variant. I also own a second p95 blued not pictured that the wife commandeered. Figured the picture belongs here as well. Fine pistols.



Hey Tacky ... I picked up my P91 last night. Boy is she clean. Very very little wear and tear. Can't wait to get her to the range on Friday!

I will soon have an updated picture of my stable ...
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Very nice collection!
Thanks, I am proud of them, great all metal pistols.

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Hey Tacky ... I picked up my P91 last night. Boy is she clean. Very very little wear and tear. Can't wait to get her to the range on Friday!

I will soon have an updated picture of my stable ...
I am ready to see the picks of the new quarterhorse. . You will enjoy it. Make up your mind on the 93?
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I am ready to see the picks of the new quarterhorse. . You will enjoy it. Make up your mind on the 93?
Yes I have in a round about way. I'm holding tight till after the first of the year and if he still has it I'll pull the trigger on the deal. However my FFL guy said go with the P89x but I'm pretty sure I have talked myself into the P93.
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Yes I have in a round about way. I'm holding tight till after the first of the year and if he still has it I'll pull the trigger on the deal. However my FFL guy said go with the P89x but I'm pretty sure I have talked myself into the P93.
My problem is that if I had the 89x, I would want it unfired, and it would probably remain that way. Since I have (2) 89's what would be the point. Now with the 93, I fired mine even though I purchased it nib. Thats how I came about the decision for the 93. I have only 2 firearms in my collection I have not fired. I believe that they should be enjoyed, and shot, but if I bought the 89x nib, it would be 3 safe queens. Well it would go down to 2, because I have been thinking hard about shooting my winchester 30/30 commerative. Now the all weather red label early 2000 model, no chance.
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My problem is that if I had the 89x, I would want it unfired, and it would probably remain that way. Since I have (2) 89's what would be the point. Now with the 93, I fired mine even though I purchased it nib. Thats how I came about the decision for the 93. I have only 2 firearms in my collection I have not fired. I believe that they should be enjoyed, and shot, but if I bought the 89x nib, it would be 3 safe queens. Well it would go down to 2, because I have been thinking hard about shooting my winchester 30/30 commerative. Now the all weather red label early 2000 model, no chance.
Tacky ... I feel your pain. All of the P series I have bought have been "used" per the descriptions. However, some have looked pretty pristine. But I am not a "safe queen guy", everything I buy I want and have shot. I'm not promised tomorrow so I shoot when I can and all I can. Would love to see a pic of your all weather red label early 2000 model.
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Tacky ... I feel your pain. All of the P series I have bought have been "used" per the descriptions. However, some have looked pretty pristine. But I am not a "safe queen guy", everything I buy I want and have shot. I'm not promised tomorrow so I shoot when I can and all I can. Would love to see a pic of your all weather red label early 2000 model.
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P series love

Mine are in 45ACP

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Its always nice to see P series pics. My P90 has been cerakoted to hide some abuse by previous owner. Its nice seeing the original version ...
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