Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Mace Windu, Apr 30, 2008.
I went today and picked up a Springfield XD40. The firearm was unloaded while I was taking pictures.
that is the ugliest gun ever.
a gun that is taller than it is long just does not appeal to me
fucked up proportions ... like a fat chick with A cup titties.
yea, I looked at an XD first, but I'm glad I choose to buy my glock.
regardless, welcome to the addiction
I like it and it's comfy my hands.
I was looking at those, XD's are great guns, but I had one before and got my Glock 19
what about a thin chick with D titties?
Where the fuck were all these new XD owners when I was selling mine???!?!!
Congrats on the purchase.
Congrats on the purchase... they're nice guns, I'm just not a fan.
i didnt even notice that. depressing the grip safety, and the trigger safety
Not putting your trigger finger inside the trigger guard unless you want to use your gun is a good habit to get into.
Congrats on the gun.
Rule #1: The gun is ALWAYS loaded. Nice gun but just remember, finger off the trigger until you are pointed in a safe direction and ready to shoot.
Those are good guns... I have one and love it.
I might not have noticed if the OP hadn't reassured us that it was unloaded.
But I'm always looking for trigger discipline these days - especially at the range.
I saw that after I took the picture. I will admit, I was very disappointed at myself for having my finger on the trigger. That has to be the first time that has happened since I started shooting.
Well just to let you know we are very disappointed in you mister!
I have an XD9SC, good buy. Too bad there aren't very many accessories that will fit the tiny rail except the Insight (?)
Timeout and a spanking?
Lol, you guys are getting on his ass about his finger on the trigger, but don't most of you guys also dry fire? Isn't that breaking the same rules because even if you know for sure its unloaded you still shouldn't have your finger on the trigger?
Technically not if it's pointed in a safe direction your sights are aligned. Your sure of whats behind your target and you want to destroy your target.
I use a plastic 'practice' barrel when I dry fire for my Glock when I'm indoors.
They did right getting onto me about it.
But, as it has been said, finger off the trigger.
I dry fire weapons and wave them around all the time.
we're not mad, just dissappointed