|04-10-2005, 10:39 AM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2004
Not happy at all
I bought a bsi. The paint job scratch's with ease. Putting it back together is tough and the plungers are hard to get in. It's too heavy for a modern gun and a carry piece.
|04-10-2005, 11:49 AM||#2|
Join Date: Sep 2001
What ARE you talking about?
"I bought a bsi. The paint job scratch's[sic] with ease.
Just what is a "bsi" ?? What "paint job" is there, other than certain custom competition (note that word) grips? And why are you complaining to us about it on the STI/SVI column?
"Putting it back together is tough and the plungers are hard to get in."
Have you tried the manual?
"It's too heavy for a modern gun and a carry piece."
Really. What "modern gun" gives you capacity without the weight of the cartridges? And just how much weight do you find "too heavy?" :roll:
|04-10-2005, 01:48 PM||#3|
Join Date: Apr 2001
Are you talking about a BLS?
Caliber 9 m.m. and .40S&W
Frame Government Size grip, Steel, STIppled front strap
Grip Panels Rosewood Thin panels
Slide Features STI Bullet Style Front and Rear Serrations
Trigger STI long curved
Barrel 3.4” STI fully supported, ramped bull barrel
w/ linkless lock up
Safeties Blue STI Grip and Single sided thumb
Guide Rod STI RecoilMaster
Sights Slide integral front w/ Heinie Low mount rear
Overall Length 7.0”
Width .765” across steel, 1.06” across grips
Finish Flat Blue
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