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Old 07-02-2019, 12:27 PM
Lsingh Lsingh is offline
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Nighthawk t3 vs t4??

I have owned a t3 and have owned a t4 ... is there much difference in specs .. t3 is advertised as thin is it thinner than t4 ... ?
Also any pros and cons experience with t3


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Old 07-03-2019, 10:01 AM
azguy1911 azguy1911 is offline
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we should be asking you since you have owned both

T4

HEIGHT 4.99"
OVERALL LENGTH 7.40"
WIDTH 1.32"
SLIDE WIDTH 0.92"
GRIP THICKNESS THIN
WEIGHT EMPTY 34.3 OZ
SIGHT RADIUS 5.40"
BARREL LENGTH 3.8"

T3

HEIGHT 5.16"
OVERALL LENGTH 7.85"
WIDTH 1.40"
SLIDE WIDTH 0.92"
GRIP THICKNESS REGULAR
WEIGHT EMPTY 34.6 OZ
SIGHT RADIUS 5.76"
BARREL LENGTH 4.25"

Plus the T3 has a traditional 1911 bushing system and the T4 is a bushingless/bull barrel

I ordered a T4 about 75 days ago, DLC slide over stainless with their one piece magwell and the scalloped treatment of the frontstrap and mainspring housing, I'm very excited
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Old 07-03-2019, 01:39 PM
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Sorry I misrepresented my opening post ... I meant I haved owned t4 and wanted to buy t3 ...


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Old 07-23-2019, 02:12 PM
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I have a T3 Thin, fantastic pistol! You won"t regret it. Carry mine every day, and have put thousands of rounds through it, and it hasn't missed a lick! It's a great pistol.
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