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Now it can be carried on and off duty.
Flawless function and accuracy.

Highest score I've shot so far.

Duty and off duty holsters arrived last week. Already mounted to my bat belt.

Department supplied the ammunition.

:):D :)

Nothing cooler than hitting the target properly :cool:
 

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congrats.... that's cool you can carry it on duty :)
 

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What does qualifying entail?
 

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50 rounds total, various stages while moving and shooting. Some from a simulated patrol vehicle.

Distances vary from 3 yds to 25 yds. 80% or better required. Several re loads required, shooting with support hand and reloading one handed only

Actually a fairly intense qualification course.
 

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If there was any good duty gear for the Steyr it would be very happy.

In fact Steyr got to do an undercover ride along today.

walther gets to ride out in the open and get fresh air.
 

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What Steyr are we talking about here ??
 

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50 rounds total, various stages while moving and shooting. Some from a simulated patrol vehicle.

Distances vary from 3 yds to 25 yds. 80% or better required. Several re loads required, shooting with support hand and reloading one handed only

Actually a fairly intense qualification course.
I would be interested to read what ammo you used to qualify and what "duty" ammo you carry.

Thanks!
 

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My Steyr

MAY have ergonomics that beat the Walther. Trigger is way better than any Glock or XD.


As for duty ammo, we carry 124 grain Remington Golden Saber (issued by Department). We can carry any high quality non reload if purchased by self.
 
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