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  1. #1
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    Default Torn between Street Comp or Gunfighter

    Hi guys,

    I'm new to the forum. Going to place an order this week for a complete pistol. I'm really torn between the two pistols listed. Can I get some feed back from you guys in the know please?

    Thanks for everyone's time

    Kurt.

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    You could split the difference and get the Gunfighter with the Dark Ally Comp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt27 View Post
    Hi guys,

    I'm new to the forum. Going to place an order this week for a complete pistol. I'm really torn between the two pistols listed. Can I get some feed back from you guys in the know please?

    Thanks for everyone's time

    Kurt.
    So your question is whether to comp or not, is that correct?
    For me it is a no brainer. If you don’t plan on using a suppressor, get the street comp. You would only need to shoot it once to thank me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huntindoc View Post
    So your question is whether to comp or not, is that correct?
    For me it is a no brainer. If you don’t plan on using a suppressor, get the street comp. You would only need to shoot it once to thank me.
    This x100.

    The extra length is a non issue.

    I carry a street comped 17 AIWB all the time and work a job that encompasses everything from sitting in an office for hours to working physically or with equipment on a construction site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huntindoc View Post
    So your question is whether to comp or not, is that correct?
    For me it is a no brainer. If you don’t plan on using a suppressor, get the street comp. You would only need to shoot it once to thank me.
    +1 on this. Street Comp is a major improvement for very little cost ($/size/weight).
    Armed Puritan

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    Get the street comp. I IWB carry a Glock 19 that SI customized with a comp, no regrets

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