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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by trenner View Post
    Do you see any difference in the dual illuminated green versus the dual illuminated amber with respect to your astigmatism?
    I’ve only looked through a green dot once so I can’t say I have experience with it. But I didn’t notice any blooming.
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  2. #22
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    I finally have that G43 Street Comp on order. Of course, a G43 Faceshooter NP3 threaded barrel was needed and picked up some Full Cowitness tritium sights to sit behind my RMR that’s mounted to a milled OEM slide on a Suarez plate. With a TLR-6 light/laser, it only needs a WiFi fire control unit and I can say “Alexa, shoot intruder” if I leave it pointed at the door. Positive target ID via my night vision cam, of course. ;-)

    I’m looking at a Dara AIWB holster - that “Claw” thing seems to snug their holsters up to my belly better while my current Tulster flops out a bit, even with a rigid belt. Maybe less belly will help...
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  3. #23
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    My first range trip with the above configuration. All I can say is - Wow! With range FMJ ammo I could keep my red dot visible in the RMR window during recoil. Switching to Hornady Critical Defense JHP, I was prepared for more muzzle flip and recoil, but was surprised when it was just as controllable. Like Gabe said - why want *more* recoil when you can have a Street Comp instead?
    “Everything is what it is: liberty is liberty, not equality or fairness or justice or culture or human happiness or a quiet conscience.”Isaiah Berlin

  4. #24
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    1. Thank you to my wonderful husband who bought me the 43x.
    2. Thank you Gabe for having great ideas.
    3. Thank you Josh for doing all the hard work.

    I have an accurate pistol for home defense and personal defense. NO one will, be "borrowing " it for classes. I will take a few classes with it, also I will compete with it. The workmanship is extraordinary, the grip fits beautifully in my hand. I just need to find a holster.

    50 rds, 25 yds, indoor range.....each

    So, thank you very much....all of you
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  5. #25
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    Gabriel Suarez

    Turning Lambs into Lions Since 1995

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    Quote Originally Posted by 61stargazer61 View Post
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    1. Thank you to my wonderful husband who bought me the 43x.
    2. Thank you Gabe for having great ideas.
    3. Thank you Josh for doing all the hard work.

    I have an accurate pistol for home defense and personal defense. NO one will, be "borrowing " it for classes. I will take a few classes with it, also I will compete with it. The workmanship is extraordinary, the grip fits beautifully in my hand. I just need to find a holster.

    50 rds, 25 yds, indoor range.....each

    So, thank you very much....all of you
    Outstanding shooting!
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    Thank you

  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by 61stargazer61 View Post
    Thank you
    Nicely done.
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  9. #29
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    Awesome!



    Quote Originally Posted by 61stargazer61 View Post
    20191106_131057.jpg20191106_131021.jpg

    1. Thank you to my wonderful husband who bought me the 43x.
    2. Thank you Gabe for having great ideas.
    3. Thank you Josh for doing all the hard work.

    I have an accurate pistol for home defense and personal defense. NO one will, be "borrowing " it for classes. I will take a few classes with it, also I will compete with it. The workmanship is extraordinary, the grip fits beautifully in my hand. I just need to find a holster.

    50 rds, 25 yds, indoor range.....each

    So, thank you very much....all of you
    "Play stupid games, win stupid prizes" Alan Temby
    "Give a man a mask and he will tell you the truth"- Oscar Wilde.

  10. #30
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    I have an astigmatism and my dual
    green triangles bloom worse in low
    light. I guess with more light the
    reticle overpowers the bloom more,
    but the actual triangle is clearly
    visible, either way. The bloom for
    me is a rough ghost that appears
    to right of the reticle.

    But I now prefer the Holosun red
    dots for my handguns.

    John


    Quote Originally Posted by trenner View Post
    Do you see any difference in the dual illuminated green versus the dual illuminated amber with respect to your astigmatism?
    "Play stupid games, win stupid prizes" Alan Temby
    "Give a man a mask and he will tell you the truth"- Oscar Wilde.

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