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Thread: Opening ceremony of stoeger cougar 8000 f :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by siqbal41 View Post
    Congratulations Ali Khan Bro. Stoeger is indeed a perfect gun. Please advice if it is without rail or with rail?
    Siqbal bro its witout rail.

    @ Every one thanks a lot

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    Congrats Brother on ur new purchase.. I had also purchased stoeger few days back. I selected this weapon for SD purposes and kept in mind the factor for Conceal Carry.
    and I think for SD purposes it is accurate more than required. Enjoy shooting with it.....
    Best Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by farrukhnaik2000 View Post
    Congrats Brother on ur new purchase.. I had also purchased stoeger few days back. I selected this weapon for SD purposes and kept in mind the factor for Conceal Carry.
    and I think for SD purposes it is accurate more than required. Enjoy shooting with it.....
    Best Regards
    Bro thanks a lot
    but my experience with cougar 8000 F for CC...hmmmm... its a bulky gun. grip portion, may be due to 15 round mag, is bulky one. you can carry this gun in car. but when it comes to body CC, in my opinion i will give 7 out of 10.
    its difficult to CC this gun with holster, either OWB or IWB. best CC way for cougar is without any holster (incase of pant/trouser/shirt)
    its totally my experience

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ali Khan View Post
    Bro thanks a lot
    but my experience with cougar 8000 F for CC...hmmmm... its a bulky gun. grip portion, may be due to 15 round mag, is bulky one. you can carry this gun in car. but when it comes to body CC, in my opinion i will give 7 out of 10.
    its difficult to CC this gun with holster, either OWB or IWB. best CC way for cougar is without any holster (incase of pant/trouser/shirt)
    its totally my experience
    It fits with my body even with IWB Holster as i am really a bulky guy....so it does not bother me even if am wearing a T-Shirt.....

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    congratulations!
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    congratulations

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    @Farrukh bro thats nice which IWB holster u r using? can u share the pics.

    @ Every one thanks a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ali Khan View Post
    @Farrukh bro thats nice which IWB holster u r using? can u share the pics.

    @ Every one thanks a lot
    I ill upload pics in the evening Inshallah

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    @Farrukh bro thanks, i be waiting

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    Holsters Stoeger

    Quote Originally Posted by Ali Khan View Post
    @Farrukh bro thanks, i be waiting
    Here are the Pics
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    @Farrukh bro, beautiful holsters. thanks a lot for sharing pics. and lovely knife too and last but not least Cougar the great... beauty, Whats the price of IWB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ali Khan View Post
    @Farrukh bro, beautiful holsters. thanks a lot for sharing pics. and lovely knife too and last but not least Cougar the great... beauty, Whats the price of IWB
    Sir jee Just Rs 500/- or if i am not wrong Rs 450/- only.....

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    @ Farrukh bro now i will ask about the shop

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    a friend of mine bought this holster from elahee bux for 1500 rupees a month or two back.

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    Stoeger Cougar is a very good gun. It will keep you safe because it is dependable. Enjoy!


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    Took my cougar after almost two years and went to shoot some rounds through it...

    Rounds Fired: S&B

    FMJ 115gr = 100
    JHP 115gr = 50
    Distance = 25 meters

    For the first time I tried combination of FMJ & JHP and it went smooth. NO FTF, FTE faced.
    Here are the results...I am not able to get good groups...suggestions from expert members needed for improvement.
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    congrats brother, nice to see the target pics that we don't see usually
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    Congrats on the purchase. A spread as seen on target paper seem to be common with Stoeger, and good enough for SD. Enjoy Stoeger ownership. Happy and Safe Shooting.
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    Congrats bro , and nice start

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    Can any one guide me about reducing/eliminating the trigger pre travel in stoger cougar 8000f plz?
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