Brickboy240
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Brickboy240

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    1. Brickboy240
      Brickboy240
      Go to m4carbine.net's forums and Larry Vickers actually has his own forum under "Ask the experts"

      His reviews and words on the PPQ are in its own thread.

      Seriously, that guy shoots everything and runs guns VERY hard in his classes. If he says the PPQ is a winner and is accurate and reliable...I'd believe it.

      -brickboy240
    2. axel2078
      axel2078
      Hey, I know you've posted this to the forums several times before, but the search function is less than stellar. Would you mind giving me the link to Larry Vickers review of the PPQ? I'm also wondering if he compared the 9 to the .40. I already have a Walther P99 in .40 which is why I'm leaning toward the 9mm for the PPQ.
    3. Brickboy240
      Brickboy240
      No...never did. His classes require TONS of ammo and the cost of the class itself and the cost of around 1000 rounds and I forgot about it.

      I do think he has one of the best methods around in this area and those I know that take his classes get alot out of it.

      Maybe someday...but now that kind of expense is just out of the question for me.
    4. TexasXDm9
      TexasXDm9
      Howdy. Did you ever take any training from Hoffner as you indicated in a post on 4/17/09? I'm thinking of taking his intro to tactical pistol and thought I'd ask around first. Thanks.
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