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Old 12 April 2019, 14:51
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I have two. One is a 320RX which I shot in a 1 day RDS training course for LE. The SIG Romeo 1 on the RX has issues shutting off while shooting and the glass on the front is curved making it easy to scratch or break if I tried to do a reload off of it. I find the trigger as nice as my HK VP9 and better than a stock Glock trigger out of the box. If i had t do it all over again I would never have purchased either one.
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Thoughts on 320 Xcarry? Thinking of doing Xcarry vs G19X article.
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Old 5 July 2019, 22:08
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I had an X-Carry for about eight months and really liked it. Flat shooting and accurate. I traded it and wouldn’t mind having one again— although I thought it was a slightly too large for concealed carry.
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Old 6 July 2019, 20:28
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I had an X-Carry for about eight months and really liked it. Flat shooting and accurate. I traded it and wouldn’t mind having one again— although I thought it was a slightly too large for concealed carry.
Thanks for the info. Try a chest rig for bigger guns.
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