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Re: Scrap Yard Gun Talk [Re: Spider-Pig] #1056724 12/18/21 11:51 AM
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Anybody shoot a Shadow Systems handgun? They started popping up on my youtube feed and have me curious. Was thinking of adding a SIG 320 M18 to the stable but went to a local gun store yesturday and checked one out along the Shadow System DR920 (Glock 17 size) and the Sig didn't do it for me compared to the 920.


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Re: Scrap Yard Gun Talk [Re: Spider-Pig] #1056751 12/20/21 01:52 PM
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The high bore axis on the sig is noticeably slower on splits for me then a comparable Glock or M&P. I know several sig owners that have found the same. Shot timers are hard to fool


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Re: Scrap Yard Gun Talk [Re: Spider-Pig] #1056758 12/21/21 06:18 AM
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I've only shot the full sized Sig once to qualify but liked it so had started looking at the other 320 models...but after picking it up alongside the Shadow Systems I knew that was off the list. That 920dr sits loooooow GD. Notably lighter than my Glocks too. I had been thinking of getting a 17 to round out the family but probably pick up the 920 instead after the holidays.


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Re: Scrap Yard Gun Talk [Re: Spider-Pig] #1056783 12/23/21 06:23 PM
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Iíve seen em popping up more and more. Look forward to getting my hands on one. Right now my favorite shooter is my G45 with a PMM comp, aimpoint ACRO, surefire X300-UB, and a mag well.
Runs flat and is plenty accurate with even my reloads.


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Re: Scrap Yard Gun Talk [Re: Spider-Pig] #1056866 12/29/21 02:52 PM
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Nice. I shoot either my 19x or G45 90% of the time. Just got back from the LGS with the 920DR Elite. Hopefully, get it out tomorrow or Friday and will report back.


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Re: Scrap Yard Gun Talk [Re: Spider-Pig] #1056900 12/31/21 08:25 AM
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It's a definite "me'h" for me GD. My gen 5 glocks are all more pleasant to shoot and just as accurate. If I knew then what I know now it would have been a gen 5 glock 17 with ameriglow sights and call it a day. Buyers remorse fo' sure...


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Re: Scrap Yard Gun Talk [Re: Spider-Pig] #1056916 01/01/22 11:10 AM
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Oh wow! More pleasant to shoot? Is it really snappy or have some uncomfortable spots on the grip?


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Re: Scrap Yard Gun Talk [Re: Spider-Pig] #1056948 01/02/22 02:21 AM
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Has anyone tried the Ruger EC9 ? It looks like a nice little CCW type weapon in a 9mm. Ruger usually makes a good product.


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Re: Scrap Yard Gun Talk [Re: gun dog] #1056956 01/02/22 01:08 PM
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Originally Posted by gun dog
Oh wow! More pleasant to shoot? Is it really snappy or have some uncomfortable spots on the grip?


I guess snappy is a word that fits...idk how to describe it now. I find my glocks just a pleasure to shoot...I had shot my CZs a bit better but just enjoyed the glocks more which started my switch. I know the shadow systems have a break-in period too...but not going into battery well over a dozen times got old for me.


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Hmm thatís a really tight lock up or something is out of tolerance. Thatís never a good feeling


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Re: Scrap Yard Gun Talk [Re: Spider-Pig] #1056974 01/03/22 05:59 PM
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Just got back from the range and shooting my Glock 19 (which I rarely shoot) and yep...liked shooting that more!

The company does stress a 200 round break-in period and it was getting better. Think it was just harder for me to accept since it's not some gucci 1911! laugh


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Re: Scrap Yard Gun Talk [Re: Spider-Pig] #1056981 01/04/22 12:02 AM
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Yeah my CZ TSO shoots great and had zero break in


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