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Old 07-23-2013, 11:57 PM   #1051
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Most of mine are from Beretta. Hey, they have nice clothes. Their hunting jackets and range bags just happen to cost the same as a new gun.
Ouch!! on the cost of the Beretta clothing,guess i'll just dress like Adam,with a fig leaf!
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Ouch!! on the cost of the Beretta clothing,guess i'll just dress like Adam,with a fig leaf!
The Ruger stuff can get pricey too!! Bought a "Magazine Bag" in blue water resistant nylon with a white Ruger logo: even on closeout, almost $50....
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The Ruger stuff can get pricey too!! Bought a "Magazine Bag" in blue water resistant nylon with a white Ruger logo: even on closeout, almost $50....
Basic range bags from Beretta... I think the cheapest I saw was around 80 bucks. I think they had a real fancy one that even came with a field repair kit tailored to specific firearms for upwards of ten times that much.

The field jacket of theirs I love and want so badly is around 600 dollars I believe. On sale.

Am I the only one who would probably actually get erotic pleasure from seeing a Beretta 1911 in production? Ooohhh baby..*shudder* just the thought alone....a blend of the best of both worlds. .
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Basic range bags from Beretta... I think the cheapest I saw was around 80 bucks. I think they had a real fancy one that even came with a field repair kit tailored to specific firearms for upwards of ten times that much.

The field jacket of theirs I love and want so badly is around 600 dollars I believe. On sale.

Am I the only one who would probably actually get erotic pleasure from seeing a Beretta 1911 in production? Ooohhh baby..*shudder* just the thought alone....a blend of the best of both worlds. .
If they made a 1911 & it was in .9mm I think I'd never shoot my 92's ever again!!
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The Ruger stuff can get pricey too!! Bought a "Magazine Bag" in blue water resistant nylon with a white Ruger logo: even on closeout, almost $50....
Yeah seems like any logo apparel or gun accessory have just sky rocketed,along with everything in this inflated economy.
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If they made a 1911 & it was in .9mm I think I'd never shoot my 92's ever again!!
I think that 1911s should stay .45
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I think that 1911s should stay .45
I feel the same, but if Beretta makes one...an Italian company...and 9mm is so much cheaper....

I'd buy two.
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I think that 1911s should stay .45
That's nice, but i'm glad the rest of the world's manufactures don't see it your way.
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I'm going to contact Beretta, likely after lunch, and voice my opinion on the matter. I'm thinking a scaled version, like Browning's 1911.22 chambered in 9mm would be a downright sexy carry gun.

This is neither a "commander" or "officer" model, nor is it a compact based on 1911 design and features, but an actual government model built to a smaller scale overall. Chamber that joker in 9mm, with Beretta's fit and finish, and I personally don't think they'd be able to get them out the door fast enough.

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I'm not sure whats going on, but i feel like I'm in a "Ground Hog Day" sequel. Since i only had 4 hrs. of sleep because doing research for writing books is hard stuff, i think I'll lay down and take a nap for a while next to my dog,...maybe I'll wake up feeling better in an hour or so...

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