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Old 05-22-2017, 01:16 PM
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That's the current marketing trend.
Hence the "(correctly)"

I went through the local PD's handgun qualification recently, and they talked about a "tactical reload". I asked if ALL reloads could not be considered "tactical", and the answer was "Yes - but we call our drop-the-mag-on-the-floor-and-reload 'tactical' coz it sounds better than 'rushed'."

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Old 05-22-2017, 04:04 PM
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Just got done installing a VQ sear and light polish on the Ruger hammer. Now I'm getting 3 pounds consistently, 2 lb at bottom of the TK Victory trigger. Went back on forth on bushings and spacers to eliminate the mag disco and I believe it got it just right. Installed a Vortex venom red dot on a Burris mount. And after some polishing and fine tuning on various parts. I believe I got this gun right where I want it.

Anyway I was messing around and instaled my Octane 45 HD Silencer and a Surefire X400 light laser combo just for fun. Just to see how it looks, and figured I would share.
But can you really call a 22lr Tactical?
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You can call it tactical if you want to BUT tactical is really centerfire, at least .223, full auto and preferably belt fed.
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Old 05-22-2017, 05:43 PM
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Tactical is merely a marketing ploy in the civilian world. I for one like the look and customization, but would you see someone going on ops with a 22LR? God no.
Imho it can have a tactical look but is a tactical weapon? Not by my book.

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Old 05-23-2017, 10:24 PM
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Anyway love my new (Tactical) Ruger 22/45 but yea it's a marketing thing. I just like what the gun offered besides, the tactical and read handbook stamped down the barrel. That part I could do without. Not much difference between this and selling pink guns.
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