Has anyone got any experience with Brno PSD? It’s a pistol designed for a proprietary Brno 7.5mm chambering (with very interesting ballistics) but can be had with 9x19 and 10mm conversion kits. Ugly but interesting looking gun.
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IIRC the tanfoglio is convenient in that it caliber swaps easily where the slide contains the ejector and everything is just a slide swap and then on to magazine changes.If SIG manufactured a 15 round 10mm DA/SA pistol I would own one. If it had Legion quality trigger I would own it even sooner. I just have a hard time convincing myself to carry a heavy and expensive P220 vs a lightweight G20 with double the capacity. My P229 Legion is my EDC sometimes replaced with P365XL. I like SIGs, own four and will get at least one more (P210) but I agree that lack of new, hammer fired pistols in more potent rounds is disappointing. If you’re after a DA/SA 10mm pistol the choice is extremely limited. There is Brno PSD which I tried to buy but the factory ignored a number of my emails regarding dealers or direct purchase options, there are some options from Tanfoglio except no shop I spoke to has ever actually seen one and there’s the P220. Is there anything else?
BTW, speaking of Legions’ triggers, for a while I thought these triggers were amongst the best, and then I bought a Pardini SP target pistol and found out that I knew nothing about good pistol triggers. Naturally,you cannot possibly have a lightweight trigger like Pardini’s in a carry gun but its crispiness, lack of slack etc. would be great.
If any handgun deserved to shoot a Warthog, it is the A-10 Warthog LOL!! I thought I had a lot of firepower carrying my full size Sig P320 but now I feel severely under gunned LOL! Seems like your firearm collection has that effect LOL!!!!!
+1! I put Trijicon night sights on mine. I want a warthog decal like that on mine.
There's a lot of truth about the Glock 10 mm family being a value and reliable. I am not sure what an extra inch of barrel does for power though. I could see it on the G29 or anything not having a six inch barrel, because that is a minimum length for hunting in some states. The real magic is a .40 or 9mm conversion barrel.They all great but I tell you the Glock 40 Mos 10mm is hard to beat bang for buck and reliability! I also added the 7" KKM barrel for a tad more power...I did a few but plain Jane works well too!
Save your money from the "pit" and buy a 6" barreled Glock Model 40 MOS 10mm. If you choose to buy a RMR, it comes with several adapter plates for different brands. I have Trijicon night sights on mine. 220gr Underwood or Buffalo Bore hardcasts are great out to 25 yards with the open sights. My Glocks are completely stock except for the night sights. I don't hunt with them. They are my defensive firearm when I'm out in the woods without a rifle.I often thought it would be an interesting project to do a handgun project with 2 Glock 20s
1) Hunting Hand Gun
- Glock 40 MOS
- Red dot sight
- Longer barrel (Lone Wolf 9" looks cool)
- Mainly set up for hunting from stands / blinds for deer
- "Target" back up irons
- Shooting something that will expand reliably in deer
- Uprated "target" trigger
2) Critter defence
- Standard G20
- Fast / Combat sights (XS Big Dots perhaps)
- Change barrel for something standard length but will feed and shoot cast bullets well
- Surefire light on the front
- Holsters for chest or hip carry
- Shooting something like a 220gr Buffalo Bore Hard Cast
- Keep everything else stock
Be fun to tinker I think.