Freedom can be scary but some rights are worth fighting for. I am willing to subject myself to a fugly boob to protect the rights of a 10 to show her spectacular pair
It is a sacrifice I am willing to make to leave a better boob future
I rather a hot chick than some tacti-bro trying to impress me with his sleeve tattoo and beard. Telling me how all the operator operating operationally use their coffee, Hey Bro, do forget to subscribe to my insta...
Did I complain about MA when I lived there, sure. Did I bitch about companies that didn't want to step in the big pile of shit that MA is...no. That is the difference. You understand as I do, that it's their company their rules.
It makes me smile that PSA sends $0 to MA in sale tax. Why should they feed the beast that hates them. MA residents are keeping the beast alive with their tax dollar....but always have an excuse ready for why they do.
PSA has done more to get guns in the hands of free Americans than any other firearms company. If you voted like free Americans, then you would get them too. It's not PSA that are the pussy and fags. its MA residents
The picture makes it look like an issue with the rim sliding under the extractor. I would look there first. Make sure there are no sharp edge on the bottom leading edge of the extractor. Or that the extractor isn't too far over
I have the Hellcat Pro. For the money it is a great gun. Carries well, I haven't any issues with it other than it doesn't always lock back because of where the slide lock is.
I wouldn't get a thumb safety, no need for it since you still need to pull back the striker with the trigger
In jail= no guns
Not in Jail= guns
But one gun law I would support is....any politician that votes for any antigun law will lose any tax funded protection by firearms. They can own guns themselves, but I sure as hell don't want to pay for their protection while they strip away mine
Mine is influencing the gun as the shot breaks. Sometime it's my wrists on multiple shots on the same target, sometimes it's my eye, when transitioning to another target and the gun follows my eyes before the shot breaks.
The grip I use is different for each gun, by that I mean which muscles...
To a factory Glock, the Macro felt better, but the trigger itself has a lot to do with it for me. The glock trigger safety and trigger shape annoys me.
The Macro had less mushiness and you don't have to load the striker, so it broke better, plus the trigger shape works better for me.