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mfm34
08-01-2016, 6:38 PM
My loaded lightweight from springfield.
My Smith Model 66 (no Dash, stainless sights).
Last but not least- Sig Sauer p232 SL with the aluminum frame.

Tell me what you think. Have any experience with them?

Lonestargrizzly
08-01-2016, 6:58 PM
Sounds expensive, im out.

bsg
08-01-2016, 7:10 PM
nice collection and i'm sure you've got your shooters set up the way you like them.
if i wanted grooved grips for my Model 66 range companion, i'd most likely swap out the wood for some Oldschool Pachmayr Gripper grips; personal preference.
as a shooter, i'd rather the P232SL have the heavier stainless frame.

mfm34
08-01-2016, 8:02 PM
Yea, I am honestly thinking of switching to that. I just liked the look of these ones and wanted to save the originals. Apparently the 66 is quite a collector's item and I hope it's because of the way it shoots.

I think I have an obsession with lightweight aluminum frames. Thinking about my other guns. I definitely prefer the aluminum over the STS Sig.

Zrussmann
08-12-2016, 8:26 AM
Man those are real beauties! , & that 66 I love the grips, I love the whole gun it's beautiful. I too prefer aluminum, but I'm a big guy who can handle the kick of a lighter pistol. Don't sell them! You'll regret it. Rusty

Che762x39
08-12-2016, 1:35 PM
My loaded lightweight from springfield.
My Smith Model 66 (no Dash, stainless sights).
Last but not least- Sig Sauer p232 SL with the aluminum frame.

Tell me what you think. Have any experience with them?

Yesterday I sent 100 rounds down range with my 1965 S&W Model 15. Very sentimental indeed.

My favorite range gun is my Browning High Power. It has done time as EDC and it was my first gun in combat shooting competition. :oji:

Wordupmybrotha
08-12-2016, 1:58 PM
I have a model 66 also. Shoots much better after I replaced the rebound spring with Wolffe 13lbs.