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Thread: Took my MX9 out to shoot today

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    Default Took my MX9 out to shoot today

    Shot 50 of my own 124 gr reloads. The gun ran perfect and was very accurate. It's been a while since I have shot it and I had forgotten how smooth the trigger was. My targets were at 7 yards and I had some really tight groups. It has been in the safe for a while but now I am thinking of putting it back into my regular rotation as my carry gun. Really enjoyed shooting it today an the weather was a perfect 60 degrees with no wind. Great day to be outside shooting.

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    Glad that you enjoyed shooting your MX9!
    SO….what else is in your carry rotation??

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    They do have one of the smoothest triggers out there. I've been carrying mine for 8 years approx. 80% of the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AIRret View Post
    Glad that you enjoyed shooting your MX9!
    SO….what else is in your carry rotation??
    Variety is the spice of life so I have a CM9, XDS9, XDS45, a couple 0f 380's and am waiting on delivery of a Sig P365.

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    My very first shot today with the MX9 caught me off guard as I wasn't expecting it to be that light and smooth after shooting my XD's. It fired quicker and without a stack up like I was used to on the XD's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeo74 View Post
    My very first shot today with the MX9 caught me off guard as I wasn't expecting it to be that light and smooth after shooting my XD's. It fired quicker and without a stack up like I was used to on the XD's.
    That is why we love them!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeo74 View Post
    Variety is the spice of life so I have a CM9, XDS9, XDS45, a couple 0f 380's and am waiting on delivery of a Sig P365.
    Variety is the spice of life….EXCEPT, I go solo with my convict!!

    I carry my Kahr PM9 for most of the time…….However, I also carry my (over 3lb) CZ SP 01 tac. a lot!!!!! When I carry a gun that hEAVY I also wear suspenders under my cover garment.
    I also carry a Glock 19 (with reduced grip), a Ruger LCR 357….which I love to shoot, a boberg 9mm, and SOooooo many others…….Like my CZ P01, on and on,
    One thing I try to do my best at is to train with what I carry.

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    Hmmm, what's an MX9? How do I get past the convict.........
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    See, It's been so long since I shot the darn thing, I forgot it's name and number. Now, I don't know how you get past the convict either........., but their must be a secret way..

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    I was going to ask what an MX9 was, but I always get chastised for knocking spelling errors. I split the rest of my carry time between an M&P .40C, and an HK P2SK.40.

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