Love my T, love my K! Gotta get me an MK next. You will love the gun.
I love my T9 and it shoots equally as well as even some of my "custom" 9mm's. Mine came with the old MMC all steel adjustable rear sight (both windage / elevation adjustable). The sights were 3-dot white sights (not tritium). I sent the rear sight to Steve at ToolTech for installing tritium tubes and bought a front night sight so I'm set now. I do cc my T9 as it's the same size as my S&W 3953TSW but has a longer barrel, better trigger and it's just a tiny bit more accurate. I truly believe you're going to be very impressed with the performance, the shootability and the accuracy of your T9!
Originally Posted by Brian G
Welcome to the GUN club. This forum is a great place to learn and folks are really willing to help.
Since you are new to guns, I suggest learning to be ultra safe should be your first priority!!
Here are some basic gun safety rules by Col. Jeff Cooper (no longer with us), that are commonly considered some of the best.
Cooper advocated four basic rules of gun safety:
- All guns are always loaded. Even if they are not, treat them as if they are.
- Never let the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to destroy. ...
- Keep your finger off the trigger till your sights are on the target. ...
- Identify your target, and what is behind it.
Jeff Cooper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Also, always check, before cleaning or doing anything with a gun.. never assume it's not loaded and never, unless they are going to shoot it immediately, ever had anyone a gun you haven't checked just before. The first thing that person is going to do is pull the trigger. I watched a friend hand his new gun to another to 'check out'. He dropped the mag, passed it over. Shortly after, he had a bullet sized hole in his wall and in the next room, a similar hole in the floor. So maybe two rules to add to the above- 1. always check and 2. dumb people are dumb, steer clear of them.
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