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There is a local one up for sale with 2 mags and case for $425 and I'm seriously considering it. It's not an FBI model, it has the straight backed grips and mag safety. One thing I like is that it's a single stack and I'm hoping that means it's significantly slimmer than the G20. I don't mind thick grips (I like the G20 grip feel better than the G20SF) but I would hope it would be thinner to conceal better than a G20/G29. How heavy are these tanks? I can't find a full set of specs on it would love to find something. What about the price does it seem like a decent deal? Thanks!
These days $425 is a steal for the pistol, especially if it has more than 1 magazine!
I post some info about all of the 10xx series pistols where a fellow aske in reference to the 1006 he bought, My post has a load of data which you might want to copy to a word document for your own reference. http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1400335 Post #15
Hope this helps you out! I'd buy it at that price!
Just buy it! Yes , they are heavy and clunky, but OMG do they shoot-my bud has ne andhe gets it out to shoot turtles and rats-nothing left when he hits them. BINGO!
Thanks for the replies! I had already read your post Shadow from a previous search. I'd really love to know some hard specs on the 1076 if anyone has them, most important being slide width, grip width and weight. How's the DA pull on these? Is there any way to pre cock the hammer on the firing line so your first shot is SA? Thanks again for the helpful info.
When it comes to size and weight I think of the 1076 as being like a Colt Combat Commander. I guess you could thumb cock the hammer after starting it back in DA, but I don't feel the need to do that myself. At $425 I would buy another to go along with the one I have and there aren't many pistols I would own two of.
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