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 Post subject: Re: Sending the Sccy in.
PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2016 10:59 am 
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Glad it's fixed
What kind of distances are you shooting the Kel Tec?

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2016 11:14 am 
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I had a keltec pf9, didn't shoot for crap. It went bang every time but accuracy was horrible.

I like the SCCY, haven't had any problems with it and accuracy is much better.

If you're looking for an iwb holster for either one I have a couple made that I can and out right away.

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 Post subject: Re: Sending the Sccy in.
PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2016 7:35 pm 
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I need to get off my butt and get the write-up done on the SCCY holster...I keep reminding myself but it always seems like something pops up that takes up any so-called "free time" that I manage to run across! The holster is AWESOME, about the only way I can describe it. I wore it for a month to see how it would hold up once it was broken in good and have to say it looks pretty much like it did when I got it, other than a couple of scuffs that is. I'm pretty hard on holsters, I never remember to take it off when I have to slide under a vehicle and this one is no different...it was on when I changed the fender, bumper and grill on the wife's Cherokee and the starter on my old Chevy truck, which was where it got the scuffs. Even with my arthritis in my lower back and right hip, it's still comfortable to wear, unlike the cheapy ebay one I was using for IWB before. It's also a LOT easier to reholster, as the strap around the top makes it retain it's shape a lot better than most.

I wouldn't change a thing about it, seriously.

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 Post subject: Re: Sending the Sccy in.
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George Taylor wrote:
The Sccy no longer jams. I went through a box of WWB without a failure. It did, however, peen me in the forehead twice with spent casings. One was a really good hit. Lol I couldn't stop flinching after the second one. I moved to the little Kel Tec and couldn't hit inside 6 inches. With all the ammo I go through, I should be able to shoot flies on a fence post. Maybe I should stop moving from gun to gun. It seems....I shoot until I get good then I get bored and move to a different pistol and start the process all over again. I'd like to be good with all of them but it doesn't appear to be working. Instead I become mediocre with the entire selection. Anyway...the Sccy is fixed.


My SCCY was fairly accurate with the Federal and Blazer factory ammo that I ran through it, but still much more accurate with my reloads.

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 Post subject: Re: Sending the Sccy in.
PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2016 10:38 pm 
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I usually shoot at 21 ft. When I'm having trouble I move it up to 15ft. After 1000 rounds through the Phoenix, I didn't have to aim. I want to be as good with the Kel Tec. Point and shoot...no aiming. I just need to keep at it. The P32 sure is easy to conceal.

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