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I have a question. If i sight in in 90^F Temp and then I shoot in 30^F Temp, how can I calculate the P.O.I.(point of impact)?
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I was trying to find a comparison between the 1911 Colt .45 Auto and the Glock 19. I was trying out the Glock at a gun range, but it just didn’t have the same heft and feel of my 1911 .45. Comparisons of stopping power?
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