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Old 02-12-2014, 04:41 PM   #21
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Back when I played paintball a guy I know used to make replica guns and he did a couple 1919's and m2 replicas he did a dual mount set of m2's they were basically plastic shells that had invert mini internals and could shoot 25 balls per second those things were insane we used them in the battle for heartbreak bridge paintball war and dominated with them


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First, I'd like to see the FNH PS90 action scaled up to take the 7.62X25 Tokarev, and 9MM while retaining the top mounted 50 round magaxine.

My top 5 pistoils are:

Sig P226 9MM
Beretta M-9
Glock 17
CZ 75 (decocker only model)
And if they become readily available, the SIG M11 9MM that was designed for the SEALS. (Modified M229 IIRC)

Now if you want a really fun shooter, and trail gun, it's damn hard to beat the Pre-WW2 Walther PP in .22 LR. That IMO was the "ultimate" trail gun. Light, short, great ergos, legendary pre-war Walther quality, and rifle accuracy.

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i'd like to see Marlin add some new calibers to the X7 series of rifles.

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OK, what are the top 5 9mm semi auto handguns in everyone's opinion?
In no particular order:

Browning Hi Power, S&W M&P, Beretta M9, Luger P08, and that's really all I got.

No I don't own them all. Haven't even shot a Luger or Hi Power.

But I love them.

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my top 5 choices for a 9mm? in no particular order.

1. Browning Hi-Power.

2. Beretta 92F.

3. many of the Sigs, P228, P229, P226.....

4. Smith & Wesson Model 469 and 669.

5. Springfield Armory XDm9.

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Oh, so ya wants a belt fed M1919 in .22 LR, huh? Gotcha checkbook witcha?



Myself, I enjoy shooting some....well, oddball calibers. Not a lot of recoil, damned accurate, a lot of fun- and I do not have eleventy billion people trying to buy up all the ammo.

One of the most fun plinkers I ever had was a little Colt 1903 .32 Smokeless Rimless (.32 auto). I could do close range gallery loads using 1 pellet of 0 buckshot, and about a grain of Bullseye. CHEAP target load.

I also shoot some older S&W revolvers in .32 Long. Shooting .32 Long wadcutter at 25 yards, they are tackdrivers, and recoil so mild my grandkids like them.

I'd love to see a few of the popular shotguns made in 32 gauge. Not .32 caliber, but .32 gauge. Very popular bird gun in South America. Very light, fast swinging, mild recoil. The .410 is cute, but frigging useless. The little .32 g, you can drop doves all afternoon.
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Oh, so ya wants a belt fed M1919 in .22 LR, huh? Gotcha checkbook witcha?

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Myself, I enjoy shooting some....well, oddball calibers. Not a lot of recoil, damned accurate, a lot of fun- and I do not have eleventy billion people trying to buy up all the ammo.

One of the most fun plinkers I ever had was a little Colt 1903 .32 Smokeless Rimless (.32 auto). I could do close range gallery loads using 1 pellet of 0 buckshot, and about a grain of Bullseye. CHEAP target load.

I also shoot some older S&W revolvers in .32 Long. Shooting .32 Long wadcutter at 25 yards, they are tackdrivers, and recoil so mild my grandkids like them.

I'd love to see a few of the popular shotguns made in 32 gauge. Not .32 caliber, but .32 gauge. Very popular bird gun in South America. Very light, fast swinging, mild recoil. The .410 is cute, but frigging useless. The little .32 g, you can drop doves all afternoon.
I forgot mine, can I borrow yours?
I like shooting .32 long revolvers and the 1903 is on my list.

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Beltfed 22. Awesome. Imagine the squirrel carnage.

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OK, what are the top 5 9mm semi auto handguns in everyone's opinion?
1. Beretta 92A1

2. CZ75

3. GP-35

4. S&W 5906

5. Walther P38
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First, I'd like to see the FNH PS90 action scaled up to take the 7.62X25 Tokarev, and 9MM while retaining the top mounted 50 round magaxine.

My top 5 pistoils are:

Sig P226 9MM
Beretta M-9
Glock 17
CZ 75 (decocker only model)
And if they become readily available, the SIG M11 9MM that was designed for the SEALS. (Modified M229 IIRC)

Now if you want a really fun shooter, and trail gun, it's damn hard to beat the Pre-WW2 Walther PP in .22 LR. That IMO was the "ultimate" trail gun. Light, short, great ergos, legendary pre-war Walther quality, and rifle accuracy.
Mine is a P226 Navy, is that the SIG you're talking about?
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