Maybe I can blame that 9 on a broken wrist??DPris said:The lower end Springfields will all have a mix of MIM & cast parts, so those are not a deciding factor between these two models.
You're too old to be shooting a 1911 anyway, it'll crack your brittle wristbones. :biglaugh:
My main problem is my eyesight. I still only use reading glasses but should go get a full prescription set. I prefer to use open sights over the red dots. hope to find a shooter friendly optician when I spring for regular glasses so I can get fitted for/or figure out what I'll need to keep using open sights.DPris said:Having just turned 53 in September, I sure would.
I have about come to that conclusion also. Just being resistant to the aging process. I hate to start into wearing glasses continuosly. After All I can see perfectly fine accross the street. Just don't ask me to focus on my watch or pistol sights. Arms got to short last year. And when I had a checkup the eye guy said as long a reading glasses are working just use them as my distance vision was fine. Problem I'm having is the marked difference from my dominant right eyesight and left eyesight. I can actually focus much closer now with my left eye than my right. Guess I'll be calling for an appointment later this week and see what the eye doc can do for me.DPris said:GR8,
I finally had to get a set of shooting glasses ground to focus at about arms' length. Works much better than the reading glasses I'd used for quite a while.