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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blksheep View Post
    I also carry a 19 with a Suarez slide and RMR about half of the time.
    So what's the Role for this gun you anticipate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blksheep View Post
    I have 16 RMR'd guns from the 17L to a 26.
    In that case, you already have all the bases covered and more so you might as well get something you don't already have... Maybe the 43X will fill a niche role for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blksheep View Post
    I have 16 RMR'd guns from the 17L to a 26.
    You could have your G26 fitted with a comp and get a G43...or better yet a Seecamp.

    I had a G26 w/ RMR for a long time. Once I got a G19, the G26 never left the safe and I sold it. I always found the short barrel made things kind of squirrelly with an NPE holster. The comp on a G26 would eliminate that and you'd have the equivalent of an ultra-soft shooting, short-gripped G19 which, to my way of thinking, might just be the most versatile and useful Glock configuration possible. Now that Gabe is making RMR G26 slides w/ comps, I'm sure to repent of my G26-selling past and pick one up again.

    I have a G43 as well...milled by Gabe's crew for a Jpoint in the old days before the RMR version was available. The G43 seems to get a lot of safe time. It seems a bit like an unnecessary step between a G19 (Or, better yet, a comped G26!) and a Seecamp to me but it is really nice to carry on days one's feeling lazy.
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    The role...A change up from the 19...Variety is the spice of life...

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    This is the current configuration

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    Some options..

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    Not all of em...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blksheep View Post
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    Not all of em...

    Its at times like these that we must take a good long look in the mirror and ask whether what we need is another pistol or some sort of a intervention... Personally, I always go the new pistol route.
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    Now you need a dozen or so of these:

    rsw1.jpg

    or

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa View Post
    Now you need a dozen or so of these:

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    or

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    I never liked the pressure switch. A bunch of guys use em, just not my thing. I think I'm up to 17 RMR'D Guns.

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