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Old 10-29-2012, 02:12 AM   #576
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I know I've been looking at one of those savage Mark II FV-SR 22 bolt actions that come with a threaded barrel.
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Old 10-29-2012, 07:08 AM   #577
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Not that I needed another conceal carry gun, but I've been wanting a P938 and finally found a place that had one, ended up being an impulse buy which I have no regrets.

By far the BEST sights on a sub compact PERIOD and the trigger... SA perfection, would prefer if it was a little lighter around 4-5 lbs, but I can live with the heavier trigger as crisp and short as it is.

I have carried them all, but this is by far my favorite. After carrying polymers the last few years, I am happy to find a metal frames ultra compact and you can't tell from the pics, but this thing is tiny. Not all that much bigger than a P238, best of all you're not having to compromise with a 380.
Congrats. You may already be aware of this but one thing to watch out for when you chamber a round then go to top off the mag, the top round in the mag will usually fall out after you drop the mag. I can imagine it would suck trying to fish around under your car seat for a round that fell down there. They fixed the problem with the p238 but haven't fixed it with the P938 yet. Hopefully you'll be able to just replace a follower or something when they find a fix. But that may not be a big deal for you. Anyway I hope you enjoy your new gun.
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Old 10-29-2012, 08:07 PM   #578
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Not that I needed another conceal carry gun, but I've been wanting a P938 and finally found a place that had one, ended up being an impulse buy which I have no regrets.

By far the BEST sights on a sub compact PERIOD and the trigger... SA perfection, would prefer if it was a little lighter around 4-5 lbs, but I can live with the heavier trigger as crisp and short as it is.

I have carried them all, but this is by far my favorite. After carrying polymers the last few years, I am happy to find a metal frames ultra compact and you can't tell from the pics, but this thing is tiny. Not all that much bigger than a P238, best of all you're not having to compromise with a 380.
I've been looking at this. I'm a bit of a Sig whore and I love my P238. I got my hands on a P938 on Sunday and I was a little concerned with the fact that it weighs almost the same as the P238. There is very little difference. I'm curious to hear how felt recoil is compared to the P238. I like my guns heavy.
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Old 10-29-2012, 09:31 PM   #579
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Old 10-29-2012, 09:47 PM   #580
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Old 10-29-2012, 10:52 PM   #581
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Thank you I also prefer heavy guns. I carry 1911.
Looking for a pistol in 9mm in a smaller frame.
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Old 10-29-2012, 11:26 PM   #582
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you should carry my 1911. it holds 15 rounds of .45 lol...
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Old 10-29-2012, 11:35 PM   #583
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you should carry my 1911. it holds 15 rounds of .45 lol...
As much as I respect Para, I just couldn't own one. Double stacked .45 is just too damn wide for my hands. It's a shame, really. I shot a friends' and it was a solid pistol. I'm ok with the 10+1 I can get on my single stack 10mm with an extended mag.
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Old 10-30-2012, 12:11 AM   #584
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i have bigger hands, but yes the Para is big. but nothijng compared to the FN and the big SIG
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Old 10-30-2012, 01:35 AM   #585
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i have bigger hands, but yes the Para is big. but nothijng compared to the FN and the big SIG
Which big Sig? There aren't many I don't have and I manage alright with them.
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Old 10-30-2012, 01:53 AM   #586
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can anyone recommend me a place in washington that has good prices on handguns and preferably offers a military discount? Looking to pick up a new pistol for myself and the mrs' when I get back
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Old 10-30-2012, 09:23 AM   #587
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no, drive to PDX lol...

the place across the street and north a bit from Tactical Tailor always did me well. not a big selection the last time i was there though.
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Old 10-30-2012, 12:53 PM   #588
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I think I know the place you're talking about. Quantico tactical or something along those lines. I'll definitely check them out.

I'd be willing to drive to PDX to pickup a nice firearm for a good price. I really only live like 2 hours from Portland so it's not that big of a deal
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Old 10-30-2012, 12:58 PM   #589
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You can buy long arms in OR, but for handguns you'll need to get FFL transfer to WA.
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Old 10-30-2012, 03:36 PM   #590
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Not Quantico, please do not ever step foot in Quantico

Surplus Ammo and Arms is the one behind Tactical Tailor
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Old 10-30-2012, 04:41 PM   #591
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Federal Way guns is one of the cheapest places around. All the guns I bought from them were at internet prices. Just be forewarned, their staff isn't the best and they tend to ignore younger people and will go straight to the older people at the counter.
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Old 10-30-2012, 04:42 PM   #592
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Not Quantico, please do not ever step foot in Quantico

Surplus Ammo and Arms is the one behind Tactical Tailor
I'll check it out when I get back however I pretty much despise tactical tailor since they overprice everything their quality of gear really isn't that good.
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Old 10-30-2012, 05:05 PM   #593
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I'll check it out when I get back however I pretty much despise tactical tailor since they overprice everything their quality of gear really isn't that good.
Surplus Ammo and Arms has no affiliation with Tactical Tailor besides sharing parking spaces.

Please PM me or email me with examples and how we can improve our relationship with you or what your concerns are with our gear.

Be specific with your examples as there is only so much I can do with general statements as you posted above.

email ryan@tacticaltailor.com
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Old 10-30-2012, 05:18 PM   #594
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hahahaha, I wouldn't have outright bashed you like that...I apologize. I'll do you one better and bring in some of my company's destroyed radio pouches when I get back in December
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hahahaha, I wouldn't have outright bashed you like that...I apologize. I'll do you one better and bring in some of my company's destroyed radio pouches when I get back in December
No need to apologize, I fully understand how you must feel.

I do not mind bad opinions, I use it as a building block to better our product and customer support/service.

Please bring the radio pouches back to me so I personally can see the failures, find out the cause, or if the product needs to be redesigned.

Also if you can email me photo's of the product and the failures as soon as you can so I can examine them and take corrective action if it is something we can easily fix right away with the items we are currently producing.

I will do what I can to make things right with anyone who has an issue with our products.
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Old 10-30-2012, 05:51 PM   #596
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No need to apologize, I fully understand how you must feel.

I do not mind bad opinions, I use it as a building block to better our product and customer support/service.

Please bring the radio pouches back to me so I personally can see the failures, find out the cause, or if the product needs to be redesigned.

Also if you can email me photo's of the product and the failures as soon as you can so I can examine them and take corrective action if it is something we can easily fix right away with the items we are currently producing.

I will do what I can to make things right with anyone who has an issue with our products.
ok I'm assuming you must be the owner and frankly if the people on the sales floor (at least the one's I've dealt with) were half as helpful/supportive as this last statement was I would probably have way less issues with going in there. It's been my experience in the few times I've gone in that the individuals on the sales floor have been quite rude.

I'm the senior medic for my infantry company and I came in there trying get aid bags in multicam for the rest of the medics in my company (on gov credit card) and the sales people just weren't friendly in any way so I opted to take my business to quantico.

I'll try and gather up a few radio pouches and try to snap some pictures for you.
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:47 PM   #597
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I am not the owner just a long time employee (1999) that can help, send me an email and I can put you in the right hands of guys who can help you better on the service end especially active duty military members.
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eh it's been just shy of a year of this incident so I'm over it and I don't hold grudges. I will bring the radio pouches by for you to take a look at them though.

Looks like I'm going to have to buy a bunch of new stuff anyways with us changing uniforms...............again
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eh it's been just shy of a year of this incident so I'm over it and I don't hold grudges. I will bring the radio pouches by for you to take a look at them though.

Looks like I'm going to have to buy a bunch of new stuff anyways with us changing uniforms...............again
Bring them to me at the manufacturing location, not to the retail store and I will square you away.
I am there from 7am-3:30pm
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Old 10-31-2012, 10:51 AM   #600
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I love my Tactical taylor stuff, they custom made my a Holster for my USP so my surefire light would fit right in. i love it.

i need to get up there any have a few other things made that i have on the back burner....
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