DinoDad32: My most popular video - I don't know why
Heisenberg: Besides carrying my colt 1911 as my favorite pistol it can be a bit bulky
and I also carry the colt mustang when I dont carry my colt since its so
easy to hide.
David Deason: Thanks Dino Dad, just got a used Government Pocketlite and the first thing
I wanted to do with field strip it, no manual though... Your video really
helped a lot. thanks again.
dewey ramsey: i got a pistol just like yours wonder what they sell for on todays market
dewey ramsey: great video you sound like norm abrams
DinoDad32: You have a GREAT channel also
DinoDad32: @jwkruser - YES, look for a video called: Colt Mustang Ejector
Troubleshooting. You have to take off the left hand guard and release the
SEAR SPRING to get the Ejector back up. Thank you for you question, Hope
this helps. I should have talked about it more in my video. Thank you for
DinoDad32: @watdaduch - Dan I respect what you are saying. Maybe it's just because I
have been wanting this gun for so long but I really love my pistol. It
feels just right to me. I have not had ANY problems with my Mustang at all
- NONE. Shoots great for me. Very reliable. Sorry - maybe you just got a
bad gun. Good luck. Tell me what gun you do like. DINOdad
DinoDad32: My new Colt video is a little better - Thanks for the SUB and the nice
comments! I am not sure about the trigger but I do LOVE my Sig P228. I have
the M1911 and I can see this Mustang is very different than the old
browning design on teh inside. Keep in touch buddy and hope you watch all
my videos and enter my 200 SUB contest ~ Dino
DinoDad32: Thank You - Glad you liked it. I also did a follow up video on this pistol.
I love my Colt Mustang - it is the perfect small pistol to carry. Check out
all my videos. Dinodad32
Josh Kruse: Do you have a link to the video to fix the ejector if it does get pushed
down too far?
supercrazynuts: I own the colt lightening. I love it. It shoots a tight group to 30 yards
for me. That's my opinion
DinoDad32: @BronsonKatz Thank You - I tried to put in all I can on the Gun but did
rush though some parts. It's just a quick overview.
DinoDad32: Shout Out for Shout Out
DinoDad32: I love this little pistol - still NO malfuctions! thanks for the comment
Bronson Katz: Awesome video! Exactly what I was looking for.
KingPin Suited: reminds me of my old ruger p89
DinoDad32: Glad I can help - Hope youy liked the video - pls check out my other also -
I made a Mustang Part II - Still love this gun - DINO
ghost478454: Thank you. I'm about to buy the Colt Mustang Mark IV 80 series .380 (5+1)
for my first conceal carry pistol. I found your video informative and
helpful. Greatly appreciated and well done.
DinoDad32: Did you see the newer video? - Colt Mustang Try 2 when I correct myself.
DinoDad32: @RTMurphdawg - You are RIGHT - I said it wrong most times
AL LARSENCO: help! where is video to bring up little clip that fell into where the clip
DinoDad32: I did a second video on this gun also - glad it helped - just the basics on
this one - if you have any more questions - feel free to ask - please be
sure to SUB and tell a friend about DinoDad32
DinoDad32: I think he may not be black - its just the way he wears and holds his guns
that makes him look like a crimal - sorry did not mean to offend ~ Dino
danny schuch: these pistols are extremely inaccurate, you definately don't want this. I
advise you to get rid of it ASAP. The pistol sticks and jams when trying to
fire, and is terrible after shooting a few rounds through it. It heats up
to an extreme temerature. but you can do what you want, just an honest
opinion. i also owned this fire arm, and was very pissed after a week or
DinoDad32: @supercrazynuts -I Agree -No arguments - My Colt Mustang is Great - it
never misfeeds. Glad you liked my video - Check Out my Channel contest this
Michael Wilbur: With a new spring, I couldn't get it apart to clean it! It's not easy, but
now I can do it. Thanks for the tips.
DinoDad32: I made a Mustang Video Part II that goes over that - If you need more help
ask - Hope you enjoyed all my videos and SUB ~DinoDad32
Weapons Education: Thank you for posting this, it saved me a lot of aggravation.
Tim Allen: This was very helpful....
Juan Rivera: Hey Dino, great video. Just couldn't help noticing that the trigger on the
Mustang operates like the new Sig P938. It seems to pivot off a pin above
the trigger instead of the traditional 1911. Can you elaborate on this a
bit? Thanks, jr
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