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Old February 27th, 2020, 03:23 PM   #16
 
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I got a chance to work with the LC9s again today until my shoulder got too exhausted to do anymore (2 surgeries and 8 pins takes its toll). I am a righty but learning to shoot one handed and with my left hand now. Almost 100 rounds thru the LC9s and the last 7 rnd mag ended up looking like this at 25 feet. I will take that all day long! I will attribute a lot of it to the Pros on it too.





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Old February 27th, 2020, 07:29 PM   #17
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I will take that all day long!
Very nice sir, and considering the circumstances as well...

I am looking to take a trip with friends on Sunday to an in-door range down south (Manchester Firing Line). It will be my first real chance to try out my LC9s since I switched to the TFXs and had the new trigger return spring put in, so I'm excited. I will post my results (if I end up going). My LGS is putting the new M*CARBO spring kit into my LCP, and if it is done in time, I will get to try that out as well.
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Gladius64 did you get out to test the new sights on teh LC9s on Sunday? I am curious how the TFXs did on it. Also the trigger setup on the LCP?
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Gladius64 did you get out to test the new sights on teh LC9s on Sunday? I am curious how the TFXs did on it. Also the trigger setup on the LCP?
My friend's plans changed last minute, and I found out late on Saturday that he had to call it off. The LCP would not have been ready regardless (LGS called to say I could pick it up tomorrow), but all in all disappointed. Our town has a new outdoor range, but it does not open till the spring, and I'm not really feeling outdoor shooting in the kind of weather we've been having. I've gotten my hands on some older 115gr FMJ from a relative who has gotten out of shooting (a mix of Independence, Remington, and Winchester White Box) so I just need to wait till I have a place to shoot.
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...Also the trigger setup on the LCP?
So I just got back my LCP with the M*CARBO spring kit installed. Everyone at the store wanted to try it (LCPs and LCP IIs are big sellers there). There was no one who seemed worried about the trigger weight. There is still no take up, just a long steady pull, followed by the break. The difference in pull weight is dramatic. I would say the pull was less than 4lbs, but I know that's because you have a steady 3ish pound pull with the 4lbs at the break, so your mind fixates on the overall pull. The reset clicks (The LCP has the fake click before the real one) seem much more distinct. I tried one of their Gen 2 LCPs, so I could make a direct comparison, and the improvement is ludicrous. I now want to go shooting just to run through a box of 380! If you've ever shot the LCP for even a short while, you know how weird that sounds. The 13lb recoil spring, grip sleeve, and mag extension have already made the recoil tolerable, so...
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