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Old 11-09-2010, 02:13 AM   #21
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I was told that Centerfire would be selling used P-94's soon, maybe someone out there wants a deal on a used one.

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She wants those also.

She has guns.

I used to have a wallet.
There, fixed it for you.
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Thanks Glass that is perfect!!!!

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Do you have your heart set on Ruger, or are you up to branching out a little bit?

You would still have your Rugers, so you wouldn't have to change your forum name if you picked up something else!
It doesn't necessarily have to be a Ruger what did you have in mind I can take a look at?
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If you are looking specifically for a Ruger as a range and fun pistol, do yourself a favor and look at the MK II or III. Very accurate, fun and just plain old pleasurable to shoot. The .22 is more economical and a great way to practice. You have carry and large calibers so go with a target pistol. Just my opinion.
I will take a look at the MK II or III I do wanna practice a lot more and learn to shoot better at my targets so thank you sunshine
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Personally, I would want the Ruger Alaskan. Shihan is so good to you.

That's one big disadvantage of being single........no man with a wallet.

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Just curious, RSG, I don't remember. What do you currently have?
I have a P345, a LCP and a LCR and they are awesome!!
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For pure fun, think about a Ruger Blackhawk in .30 carbine. I had one and it was a blast! Lots of smoke and flash and noise and it's actually not a bad round for critters. When I had it at the range, it sure got me some range courtesy.

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Ok I like this one quite a bit

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Personally, I would want the Ruger Alaskan. Shihan is so good to you.

That's one big disadvantage of being single........no man with a wallet.
The Ruger Alaskan was awesome to hold in the gun store. I really would like to have one. But what is funny is Shi talking about his wallet but I have one too See Shi knows if I want a gun he gets him one he tries to sound slick about it!!!
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