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KC Masterpiece

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I did not even know about the CSX. Had to look it up. I have a shield 2.0 that has been pretty bombproof. That usually goes backpacking because I don't care how much sand gets in it.

I like the reflex for the internal hammer and the mrd is optic ready. Im a red dot man now. And it comes in tactical peanut butter.
 

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Sounds good. I hear you on red dots. They're super nice.
 

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Shusher poo.
 

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That from a 22 shusher?
It's a 9mm shusher, but that is 90% .22 poo. It kinda makes a case for a dedicated .22 can. .22 shushed is super fun to shoot, but filthy.
 

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Purchased my first new pew pew in ages (6 or 7 years) today. With the changes to CC coming down from our overlords I finally got a carry piece. Also joined my parish security team and the head just got his NRA instructor license and will be putting on CC classes for us. Is still in state jail but I grabbed a Canik MC9 with a SIG Romeo Pro X.
 

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Purchased my first new pew pew in ages (6 or 7 years) today. With the changes to CC coming down from our overlords I finally got a carry piece. Also joined my parish security team and the head just got his NRA instructor license and will be putting on CC classes for us. Is still in state jail but I grabbed a Canik MC9 with a SIG Romeo Pro X.
Nice! And, well done on participating with your parish security team. Very important role! I'm scheduled to teach a program to a Monastery in several weeks.

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Picked it up yesterday, really like this gun so far, shot 60 rounds at the shop but wanted to save the rest of the break in ammo for after I mounted the optic so I could zero it.
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Great trigger with a great reset and pretty damn accurate when I take the time to line up my shots and that was just with the irons. First time having a pistol optic and really happy with that too just doing draw practice I'm able to pick up the dot (circle dot actually) almost right away. Going to have to get back in the habit of doing a lot of draw and dry fire practice.
 

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Pew is pretty complete now.

Got the balder mini in earlier this week
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And then today I got a muddy river tactical holster.
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This setup is beyond sweet. Holster conceals very well and is very comfy at 3:15, holds the light and draws well (paired with a good gun belt). The light laser and red dot combo is also great. Can activate the light laser on draw and shoot from one handed chest very easily and then present and either continue to use the laser in close or the dot if target is further out. Definitely costs a bit for all this kit but then you can't really put a price on your's or other's lives.
 
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