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  1. #11
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    Nice! Have you decided on your next one yet?
    Best Regards,

    Jeff

  2. #12
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    Maybe something compact for a carry gun.... Decisions, decisions...

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    He makes a lightweight frame. That would be nice for carry.
    Best Regards,

    Jeff

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    Round count is about 1600 now. I've run all my mags (Wilson, cobra, metal form ) with no issues. I just put a Wolfe service pack in this gun and did a complete detail strip. This I just a superb gun / build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadaBing11
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    Strange you should mention that, I felt the same about mine when I shot it first time. You are right it is hard to explain but the gun runs ultra smooth and recoil felt softer and much more controllable and less muzzle flip. I do not understand why it would feel so much better, but it did.

    I had long triggers and went to a medium on my Volkmann . It took me a while to get used to, but I really don't care for the look of a long solid trigger on a commander sized gun. It took a little grip adjustment but it feels natural after about 1000 rounds.

    Enjoy it man. I don't think I can go back to anything else.
    Extremely smooth shooting and less recoil for me too. I still want to get another one. I have been in non-custom gun purchasing mode since I picked up the Volkmann. People don't know what they are missing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadaBing11
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    Strange you should mention that, I felt the same about mine when I shot it first time. You are right it is hard to explain but the gun runs ultra smooth and recoil felt softer and much more controllable and less muzzle flip. I do not understand why it would feel so much better, but it did.

    I had long triggers and went to a medium on my Volkmann . It took me a while to get used to, but I really don't care for the look of a long solid trigger on a commander sized gun. It took a little grip adjustment but it feels natural after about 1000 rounds.

    Enjoy it man. I don't think I can go back to anything else.
    Probably has something to do with the $3000 price tag
    ...Don't mind me. I'm just jealous
    "People sleep peacefully in their beds because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf"-- George Orwell

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