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**Gun Enthusiast Thread**

Beju

Go Kart Newbie
The Holosun K models are more durable than most the similarly sized optics, and IMO, Holosun has better LED emitter tech than any brand that's not Aimpoint. Holosun is coming out with an the EPS Carry, a similarly sized enclosed optic, but it's not out yet.

The RMRcc is likely the most durable red dot in that form factor, but has the downsides of the full sized RMR. You need to take it off to change the battery, which, if you're really doing it right means replacing the bolts with new ones, waiting a day for medium strength thread locker to cure, then re-zeroing/confirming your zero on the range. It also has a unique footprint, while everyone else uses variations of the Shield RMSc footprint in this size category. These downsides are why Trijicon has had to resort to $100 mail in rebates to move them.

If you don't mind the aesthetics (or reduced concealability) of a larger optic protruding out the sides of the slide, people do also put bigger optics like the Holosun 407/507/508/509 on their CZ-75 variants. Most people find the bigger windowed red dots easier/faster to acquire. Impact Machine's IG page has plenty of examples.
 

The Fed

Old Guys Rule
Also, New Jersey, New York will arrest you. As for Philadelphia, even if you have a carry permit, they will harass you if you are discovered. You'll be detained and cuffed while they "find" a supervisor to discuss it and verify your pistol and your permit are good. Have an out-of-state permit with reciprocity? Good luck.

Here's an example of their outright disregard of the law. If you have a carry permit, you can open carry in Philadelphia and Pittsburg, due to a change in state law years ago. Still, you will be surrounded by patrol cars, told to get on the ground, cuffed, and arrested. you'll need a lawyer to plead your case in court. You'll prevail, of course. Then you sue the city. An activist received a judgement for $25,000 many years. The police's response, when asked if they will comply with law? Nope, you'll have to sue.
 

swcrow

Autocross Champion
By the way, if you shoot against AR500 plates, they do occasionally have weakness in the treating ….. only .308 and 7.62 were used. Look at that hole
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tmw2442

Drag Racing Champion
Also, New Jersey, New York will arrest you. As for Philadelphia, even if you have a carry permit, they will harass you if you are discovered. You'll be detained and cuffed while they "find" a supervisor to discuss it and verify your pistol and your permit are good. Have an out-of-state permit with reciprocity? Good luck.

Here's an example of their outright disregard of the law. If you have a carry permit, you can open carry in Philadelphia and Pittsburg, due to a change in state law years ago. Still, you will be surrounded by patrol cars, told to get on the ground, cuffed, and arrested. you'll need a lawyer to plead your case in court. You'll prevail, of course. Then you sue the city. An activist received a judgement for $25,000 many years. The police's response, when asked if they will comply with law? Nope, you'll have to sue.
Trained to be an authoritarian hammer of the bureaucracy ....everyone looks like a perpetrating nail (guilty until.... at great expensive of the individual..., proven otherwise...). Instead of actually going after the crimes and repeat offenders (being released early or bailed out by corruption...) (elephant in the room)...they chose to go after the statically most law abiding people (the paper tiger...to their authority....)
 
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GTI Jake

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