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Thread: TP9 grip chop

  1. #41

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    Quote Originally Posted by Covert Kahr View Post
    Reading this again. I may have read it wrong, but I think kahr is now offering a long grip/short barrel combo.
    Although not the 9mm, my TP45's dust cover is the same length as my CW45. I tried swapping the slides to see what it would look like but never shot it in this configuration.

  2. #42

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott321 View Post
    Although not the 9mm, my TP45's dust cover is the same length as my CW45. I tried swapping the slides to see what it would look like but never shot it in this configuration.
    As long as the rails and stops are in the right places, it should run. I hadnít considered the 45. Always figured if I went that way, Iíd go 1911.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Covert Kahr View Post
    As long as the rails and stops are in the right places, it should run. I hadnít considered the 45. Always figured if I went that way, Iíd go 1911.
    I own a .45 and 10mm 1911, and shot a few different models/sizes by Colt back in the day. However, I like the light DAO style trigger of the Kahr for carry, and similarly can't bring myself to purchase a Defender/Officers size that holds the same amount of rounds with a bigger footprint, heavier weight, and hefty price tag for that same duty... although there have been a couple recently that caught my eye. For the record, I had to do some light sanding at the top of the backstrap to get the grip feeling hunkydory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott321 View Post
    I own a .45 and 10mm 1911, and shot a few different models/sizes by Colt back in the day. However, I like the light DAO style trigger of the Kahr for carry, and similarly can't bring myself to purchase a Defender/Officers size that holds the same amount of rounds with a bigger footprint, heavier weight, and hefty price tag for that same duty... although there have been a couple recently that caught my eye. For the record, I had to do some light sanding at the top of the backstrap to get the grip feeling hunkydory.
    Agreed. A 1911 would be a range gun.

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