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Old August 6, 2007, 07:24 PM   #1
constructor
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Jpoint problem& safe 9mms for major?

Which 9 pistols are safe for MPF?

I have a new Jpoint with a few good batteries but no dot. Looking front to rear I can see the laser is on but there is no projection. I've tried cleaning the batteries and tweaking the connections but still no light. Are these bad often?
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Old August 7, 2007, 01:44 AM   #2
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No that's not normal. Send it back to JP and they will replace it no questions asked.
On a side not I run jpoints on my open steel gun and open shotgun. I do not feel they are suitable for major 9. If I were to shoot major 9 I would go with a cmore or a bullet proofed doctor (doctor sight that grams engineering sets up to be both brighter and more shock resistant.)
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Old August 11, 2007, 09:38 AM   #3
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long time

IME there are no standard pistols chambered in 9x19 that are "safe" for Major Nine.

My Major Nine pistol is a hardchromed Witness running a (super)tight-chambered Nowlin barrel hard-fit by Mr. Bob Cogan of Accurate Plating & Weaponry.
Since '95.......

(a few other minor tweaks were performed by me)

Most any 9x19-chambered pistol will run Major PF ammo; question becomes "for how long?"
Safety first.
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