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  • Super .30 Carry

    The new toy in handguns:
    https://thenewrifleman.com/sidearm-s...arry-worth-it/


    Thoughts?



  • #2
    marketing scam

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Garand View Post
      marketing scam
      Exactly and the next question with new product introductions, what isn't a marketing scam?

      What the New Rifleman site is ignoring is HoneyBadger ammo.. Or if one is willing to pay the price, terminal ballistics are highly improved.

      https://www.womenandguns.com/black-h...-badger-loads/

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      • #4
        Seriously I'm looking at the 7.62x25, which generates better numbers than the new .30 super carry. Only problem is the choice of available pistols, really suck.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Garand View Post
          Seriously I'm looking at the 7.62x25, which generates better numbers than the new .30 super carry. Only problem is the choice of available pistols, really suck.
          The 7.62x25 is a great round and agreed the choice of pistols really do suck.

          As a former or current competitor, you get the value of trigger pull weight. Try a CZ Omega trigger.
          I bought a P-01 9mm based on its trigger pull weight and its reliability
          Reliability: The U.S. Army “Mean Rounds Between Failure” (MRBF) requirement is 495 rounds for 9mm pistols. During testing of the CZ P-01, the average number of stoppages was only 7 per 15,000 rounds fired.
          https://cz-usa.com/product/cz-p-01-ω-convertible-omega/
          It's light and easily concealable; great for hot weather carry.

          I also grabbed a used CZ 97 with the Cajun Gun works pro package kit. the SA has a crisp 3lb 8oz SA and cuts the SA reset 50%.
          https://cajungunworks.com/product/75...manual-safety/

          Although the reset is quick, it is not as quick as my late 1970s S&W M59; however, it is quicker than any platform offered today.
          And judging by our opinions, there is nothing quite like the .45 ACP. Recoil recovery is fast and bigger diameters let more sun in; if that makes sense.

          BTW, with no offense to anyone, but I'm not a striker fire fan. It's my $$; so all that counts is my opinion.

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