Discussion in 'On Topic' started by THT, Oct 6, 2009.
came home with this instead:
I love mine.
I like the feel of it more than my G21. Nice weight, stock trigger pull is far better than a stock Glock trigger (although the Zev connector gives the Glock the edge) however the reset seems relatively long..
So you caught the gay
I sold my sig, the reset was shit.
Which is why mine will go in to Sig for the SRT installation
Mmm... .45ACP goodness
The best part is, it's a tax write-off
Mine came with the Short trigger, and SRT, shoots like a dream.
i love my 229
i'm assuming its law enforcement related? cops can write off any/all firearm related purchases as "work related". lucky bastards
don't be hatin bro. You can make a lot more money, and if you go to work for a firearms industry-related company, you can probably write off a bunch of gun stuff too. Especially ammo.
I classified it as a business asset (to be used to demo/showcase products I carry)
Don't mind me, just operatin' through.
Those Glocks have too many extra parts on them.
. So many write-offs involved with having your own business...The only thing that sucks is the messy fucking paperwork. I'm trying to sort out my parents' business taxes. Shit is a headache.
You got a thread protector on that barrel, son?
Truth. The mileage credit is the best though. I use my POS winter beater for pickup and dropoff duty and get $20/day in credit Then there's the pair of piston ARs I'm building that I'll write off. Converting profit into guns to not have to pay taxes on it is
You should write up an .edu for starting up a gun business so we can all get cool free shit.
Nope, it's in full on stalk-and-kill-babies mode 24/7.
I'm actually kind of annoyed, I just placed a large bullet order at Midway and forgot to add one to it to save on shipping.
My local place STILL has that CPO'd non-TB P220 Combat.
Buy as much of new Magpul product as you can and sell it. Rinse and repeat.