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    Grey and indigo blue

    $139 from sportsman outdoor superstore

    Range report asap

    This is my second Spectrum... I'm a fan

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    That sure is a nice color combination. Looking forward to the report.
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    That is a nicely colored pistol. What color is your first Spectrum?
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    It's a hard gun not to like, thinkin' about another one myself. I got a black/grey Spectrum since I carry it mostly at work and it won't show dirt so much but I'd like to have one more colorful for out & about. Nice choice!
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    Good looking pistol! Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrucksNCoffee View Post
    That is a nicely colored pistol. What color is your first Spectrum?
    The black one... I bought as soon as they came out

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    Quote Originally Posted by funflyer View Post
    That sure is a nice color combination. Looking forward to the report.
    Here’s why I like this gun


    - you have to like (I do) Kahr-like triggers... in other words... a double action-like trigger which is long but smooth and is the same every time

    - you have to like (I do) the second strike capability ... just pull the trigger again and it will strike the primer again

    - you have to like (I do) the non-snag rounded everything on this gun. Fits anywhere I want to carry it... holster IWB, front pocket, back pocket, ankle holster, suit coat pocket... no snagging

    - you have to like light (I do) I even carry a “mousier” gun sometimes... a 6.6oz keltec P32

    - you have to like point and shoot instinctive shooting (I do)

    - you have to like 380s (I do... hence my Sig P238 and Taurus UL380 revolver I also carry now and then)


    I like variety and choices based upon weather, clothing, destination, etc
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    Oh.. and the trigger surface itself is smooth— no serrations (I like) and wide (I like)

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    One word, fun.

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    For that money I could be tempted...just checked, retail is 200 plus tax here.

    From them, with tax and FFL fee added in just shy of 180.00
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