Right after picking up my LC9s, grabbed a box of PMC ammo and headed to the range with my brother to give a go. I had no problem with the trigger since I have a couple Glocks with trigger that light. Handed it to my brother to run a couple mags through, and with the first mag he had a couple unintended double-taps.yeah tell me about it....I've fired thousands of rounds through various guns since I bought it for her, but shes adamant that she gets to shoot it first, "its her gun" she says and rightfully so.... she has yet to get out to the range with me though I've tried numerous times but it always conflicts with her girly stuff she has planned or whatever...
I have dry fired it and the trigger seems really light, just a little while ago before I shot the pics I dry fired it a few times as well as my kahr and man does it seem light..... I've been itching to shoot this thing since the last week of August when I sold her old one and bought this one.......
No, for two reasons. First, rust has a very difficult time getting started on a polished surface. Second, because I care enough about the appearance of my LC9s to polish the barrel you can bet I attend to its appearance regularly enough guarantee it will never rust.Nice polish on barrel, does it make it more susceptible to rust?
And yet there had to be a way for you to answer without sounding like a jerk. You decided not to do so.No, for two reasons. First, rust has a very difficult time getting started on a polished surface. Second, because I care enough about the appearance of my LC9s to polish the barrel you can bet I attend to its appearance regularly enough guarantee it will never rust.
I don't mean to offend anyone but the only guns that rust are those that are neglected.
I made a comment in admiration of your gun. Instead of saying thanks and simply answering my query you insinuated that I don't have the same concern for the cleanliness of my weapon. Telling me, and others on this forum, to be sure to clean the gun was unnecessary. Then instead of apologizing and perhaps reclarifying your statement you insist nothing was awry.Pardon me. I did not intend to offend and, rereading my reply, I don't see where I did.
Lol, again let me express admiration for your worksmanship. I may end up polishing mine. Any ideas on what can be done to snaz up the slide?I accept it and extend my apology for offending you, which was totally unintentional. Yes, I am from the north. As for my youth, I'm 72.