Discussion in 'On Topic' started by USMCsilver, Feb 17, 2006.
Crappy pic, but oh well. Not pictured is a Tarus 617 .357; it's in my wife's car...
yo, lemme holla' at dat tec 9 nukka. how much chedda' u wants?
Dad bought it as an "investment" back in late 1994. I was 16 and knew little about guns (except .22s and 12 guages).
Honestly, it is a good weapon. It is quite accurate and is very reliable. I've never had a FTF nor FTE; goes bang every time the trigger is pulled.
The only problem ever encountered was one day, when out shooting, the cocking handle broke off the bolt during recoil, came back, and hit me in the damn face. Hurt like hell b/c it caught me right under my shootin' glasses. No biggie. I just removed the remainder, bought a new handle, and installed it.
These things only get a bad rap due to the fact that the haters have never shot one, they just go by what they see on the movies and the 6 o'clock news. Reoccuring myths and message boards don't help out, either.
Tek9 is gangsta.. I want one now
Kinda the same thing as the hi-point carbines. Except the tech9's rep is for being gansta, and the hi-point is just ugly ass hell.
Nice collection but WTF... No XD's?
"Ohnoes, he's got a deadly assault machinegun that will cut you in half from 6 ft away!" (Tec 9)
Sorry, no... Probably will never own one.
how did you color the letters on your glock slides?
go buy a paint pen, they sell them at Dick's, Gander mountain, etc... paint it onto the letters, let it dry for about 20 seconds, and then rub off w/ a cloth w/ paint thinner. reapply as much as u need. i did the "fire" and "safe" on my ARs.
China marker. They can be found at arts and crafts stores. That's what I've used in the past.
The current coatings are done with laquer sticks that I got from Brownells. Holds up well and they're easy to use.
once its on there with the lacquer sticks, is it permenant?
So what's what? I spy a few 1911's, the two Glocks, the TEC-9, and a Beretta(?)...
HK USP Tactical
HK MK. 23
2 x Sig
3 x 1911
No. Can take a toothpick, dig it out, and take some solvent to clean up the residue.
The revolver is a .38 Colt Police Positive. Was my grandfathers' gun.
Sigs are P226 and Tripp's P220. Good job.
And a Keltec, right?
Oh, and the Beretta is a 96.
Funny story -- the last gun show I was at there was some chick selling jewelry (go figure) and she had a few gun accessories. There were some Beretta mags for sale and she had a little handwritten sign -- "Baretta Clips, $18".
Damn I need to do that.
Thanks, here's a better pic:
got any pics of your targets after puttin some rounds through it?