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 Post subject: 995 recoil
PostPosted: Mon Aug 08, 2016 6:58 am 
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The more I fire this weapon, the more I like it. I understand that it's not my 30/30 or 54 cal smoke pole, but taking in account it's a pistol round, it's heavy and it has the Compensator on it, it does have a little recoil to it. Check out the bench when I fire it. Never mind the two misses, or the fact that the camera is on 1/2 zoom, that's why you can see the targets so clearly, But with this 995, I am relatively please with my ability to make contact with my desired location.

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Un-zoomed. You can see the green dot on the middle target.

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 Post subject: Re: 995 recoil
PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2016 11:06 pm 
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9mm is cheap to stockpile.. saw a guy on farcebook selling 1000 rds of tula for 125 bucks... hell that's .22 prices around here.... in a SHTF scenario that would be a great little all around survival gun.. you can shoot small game, you can take something as big as a deer close up with a well placed shot, it is great for keeping 2 legged varmints run off... what is there not to like about it :)

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 Post subject: Re: 995 recoil
PostPosted: Wed Aug 10, 2016 4:05 am 
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Hobbles must really be liking that gun!!

His enthusiasm is infectious... I'm really thinking I'd like to get a 4595...
Like Walt said - cheap to shoot and could be used for many different things.

I have a bunch of guns I need to get sold - When I get them sold I'll be looking for a 4595.
If I find the one I want - I'm gonna get it!! (-:

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