So. Hypothetically speaking.
What if the Browning hi power came out before the 1911.... would there still be a cult following of the 1911??
I think in that instance, the 1911 would be quickly overlooked due to the round count and it would've been d.o.a.
Oklahoma competitive shooting isn't dead. Over 80+ at most uspsa matches at okcgc as well as steel challenge. I'll admit that I attended more matches just because I got the constant reminders from this site about upcoming events and I had/have a lot of friends from here who attend those matches...
The last post to this site was 6 days ago. Hell, it took you 8 days to respond to this thread, and you own it.
Taking over this site at this point is like buying a used boat. Nothing but wasted time and money.
Buildup in a suppressor is different from a comp. The comp can blow debris out where the suppressor is enclosed.
Shooting a .22 suppressor, yes it will get lots of gunk in a short amount of time, which is why all the rimfire cans I've seen come apart for cleaning.
Not the same with...
Not really much difference. I have or have had Anderson, Aero, Bushmaster, Spikes, Loki, Palmetto, Rock River, CMMG and I'm sure more I'm forgetting.
Some come with integral trigger guards and/or threaded holes for detents.
Some forged, some billet.
Just pick the one you like the picture best on.