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Old September 29, 2022, 05:45 AM   #26
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Excellent, I have always wanted one.
Do they come with 3 mags if bought brand new?
They come with just two mags.

Here it is a few weeks (and a dozen range trips) later and all I can say is that it has become my absolute favorite 9mm handgun. I have to admit that I never really paid attention the the trigger camming the hammer back until it was mentioned in this thread, but once I was paying attention, I noticed it.

I experimented a bit and I find that you definitely feel the hammer cam back and it makes for an excellent first stage for the trigger. After it hits the end of that first stage, the trigger breaks like glass.

I would say to anyone that is contemplating getting one of these to just go ahead and do it. I promise you won't be disappointed unless you get one used that has been horribly abused.

Now that I have run several hundred rounds through it, it is getting a bit smoother, something I really didn't think was possible. I guess you could pay more for a custom pistol which might be a bit more accurate, but certainly in my case, I doubt if I would be able to tell the difference.
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Old September 30, 2022, 08:10 AM   #27
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Today I took my 210-6 and watched with utmost care. The trigger does not cam the hammer at all.
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Old September 30, 2022, 08:46 AM   #28
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Steel frame guns always feel too heavy-until you fire them. Bullseye shooters never requested lighter guns, indeed, they usually wanted heavier ones.
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