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Steve Butters

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About Steve Butters

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    Gen3's daddy
  • Birthday 05/27/1990

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    Tyler
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    Maricopa, AZ
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    2012 Honda CB1000R

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  1. Steve Butters

    Who has edc experience with LCP?

    No, I just have two LCP 2s
  2. Steve Butters

    Who has edc experience with LCP?

    Just post whoring.. But here's the size difference with my subcompact... I can ankle carry both, if that tells you how concealable lol Me and Steph both have one.. I liked hers so much I bought one too 😂
  3. Steve Butters

    Who has edc experience with LCP?

    Also.... The LCP2 has a nice reworked trigger... It feels good to me.. Little snappy but I added a hogue grip and it shoots fine now
  4. Steve Butters

    Who has edc experience with LCP?

    I carry my LCP 2 all day every day and into many places that printing would be a problem... Conceals super well on a neoprene ankle holster... I don't like ankle carry but it's better than no carry.... Pocket carry prints even with the small LCP, so I avoid it... It's quickly become one of my favorite firearms because I can take it places that even my subcompact hk feels too big for... Plus, it weighs nothing so I can throw it AIWB with basketball shorts when im just out dressed like a bum or doing stuff around the house etc.... And they're fucking cheap, so why not Here's the holster I use... I went through a couple before finding a comfortable one https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0181JF95C?psc=1&ref=yo_pop_mb_pd_title
  5. Steve Butters

    I think I lost my passion for riding

    You sure are taking a lot of D..
  6. Steve Butters

    Motorcycle Survey from Ohio State

    Sooo.... The people who like Harleys?
  7. Steve Butters

    2nd gun out of these?

    funny thing is....our cheapest firearms are the LCP II's and we both have them on us almost 24/7 ... i carry the HK so infrequently that ive got an 18rd mag in it and its stuck to a magnet under my coffee table lol... then again, its been 90 degrees here and ive been dressing light...probably get the HK back out once im wearing pants with belt loops... i think we got the LCP II's for $280 plus tax. The hogue grip makes all the difference in the world. As for shield vs XD-S.... I'm sure you can't go wrong with either. The XD-S looks way more badass, so it has my vote lol
  8. Steve Butters

    2nd gun out of these?

    The bde? It's heavy and huge and never leaves the nightstand unless we're at the range... It's my wife's gun, I think she just liked that it has desert eagle in the name lol
  9. Steve Butters

    What did you do to your bike today?

    I used an A frame ladder and ratchet straps to lift the front of mine... Gotta get creative when stands costs so damn much
  10. Steve Butters

    2nd gun out of these?

    BTW... Can't go wrong with a shield... I've shot my buddy's and it's a nice little shooter... I don't remember it fitting your criteria of being able to decock it (striker?) and it does have a thumb safety if it remember right Don't be afraid of striker fired guns... Carry in a good holster that blocks the trigger and they're all as safe as the next
  11. Steve Butters

    2nd gun out of these?

    Never owned a Walther but have a magnum research bde 9mm that is basically a Walther... It shoots nice, decocker lever is smooth, it's a nice gun. Has a little red button pop up when it's cocked. I always point my pistol at the floor when clicking the decock lever but I don't guide the hammer down... I've owned it long enough to build some trust with the controls... I wouldn't point it at someone and click the decock button, but then again I wouldn't point it at someone period, sooo... Having decock lever and a hammer is great for new carrying because it adds a layer of safety. Always makes me feel better.
  12. Steve Butters

    2nd gun out of these?

    I wont buy any firearm with a thumb safety... And no experience with the P30SK so I can't really say... A thumb safety on the 2000 would be overkill considering the DA trigger first pull takes some strength...less steps to remember in an emergency without extra safeties... Go see which fits your hand better, and then buy the 2000 so you don't have to flip any levers to make it go bang lol
  13. Steve Butters

    2nd gun out of these?

    P2000SK fits all your specs and is smaller and lighter than the XD-E (other than being 0.37" wider)... And no thumb safety... I mention it again since we talked before... I grabbed mine used for around retail on an XD... Just saying explore options, and look used you can save a boat load
  14. Steve Butters

    2nd gun out of these?

    sounds like a wheel gun is exactly what you're looking for lol
  15. Steve Butters

    Motorcycle Survey from Ohio State

    Lol some of those questions.... Only took it so I could get in on this harley shit talkery... I said overpriced Oh... And
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