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Old 02-22-2011, 12:39 AM   #1
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I'm getting the new-gun itch....

I've got a 22, 9mm, .38/.357, .40, and .45. I don't know what else to buy now. My rifle selection is slim at a Mossin and a Mossburg 500, but as there are precious few rifle ranges around here, I tend to shy away from rifles.

I just can't come to any sort of decison regarding a new pistol. My budget is more or less limitless, but I tend to balk at prices greater than $500.

Please help me spend this money that is burning a hole in my safe!
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Old 02-22-2011, 12:42 AM   #2
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I'm getting the new-gun itch....

I've got a 22, 9mm, .38/.357, .40, and .45. I don't know what else to buy now. My rifle selection is slim at a Mossin and a Mossburg 500, but as there are precious few rifle ranges around here, I tend to shy away from rifles.

I just can't come to any sort of decison regarding a new pistol. My budget is more or less limitless, but I tend to balk at prices greater than $500.

Please help me spend this money that is burning a hole in my safe!
How much money is in said safe?
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Old 02-22-2011, 12:56 AM   #3
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How much money is in said safe?
And what's your address?

Why limit yourself to one of each caliber? There's a plethora of handguns in every caliber. Enjoy.
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The easy answer is an AR-15.

But since you want a pistol, let's hear the specifics of your current roster for evaluation....
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I've got a 22, 9mm, .38/.357, .40, and .45.

I just can't come to any sort of decison regarding a new pistol. My budget is more or less limitless.
Next in progression .50

And if more or less limitless, let's get one of these: Click on pic for link.
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You need a .44 Magnum revolver.
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Everybody needs a good .44 magnum. Or how about a .45 Colt? I noticed you don't have a 10mm. Got a micro pocket rocket?
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What's your .45? Is it a 1911? If not, I suggest exploring the wonderful world of the 1911.

Or

What's your 9mm? Do you have a Hi Power? If not, check out a Hi Power.

Both the 1911 and the Hi Power are John Moses Browning designs. Buy one or the other or both and enter into gun paradise.
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I'd say a 10mm or a 1911 in the .460row.
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What about about a black powder pistol? That would be a little different.
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