Unlike many FTF members, I haven't lost all my guns in a boating accident. I was going thru the collection and came up with some useless statistics on the handguns I currently have (over a dozen):
35% are .45 ACP
29% are 1911s
29% are revolvers
18% are rimfires
12% are plastic
12% are pocket guns
Looks like I don't discriminate and I like just about everything (no Glocks though)...
Great collection :)
do you have an pink guns?? huh? huh? do ya? discrimination i say!!!!
given the high numbers of boating accidents I've taken up a new hobby -- diving. I now have about 1,000 handguns:cool:
Intresting NGIB, and a good way to view what you shoot. I guess I lack focus or I'm deverse. Either way I like to shoot.
25% are .45 ACP
25% are .40 S&W
25% are 9mm
17% are .357/.38
8% are rim fire
8% are 1911s
25% are revolvers
25% are plastic/polly frame
0% are pocket guns
0% are pink
Wish me luck, with the high winds here in the PNW, it's time to take my pistols for a sail boat ride in the AM.
Just useless statistics but it does provide some insight into our firearms mindset. I lean towards steel .45s obviously. At the moment I have no 9mm guns at all but I have nearly 1000 rounds of 9mm ammo - hmmmm....
BHP, you need one!
ill give a run down of mine :)
ruger single six in 22LR/22wm
ruger 1022 x2 22lr
springfield armory 1911-A1
desert eagle .50AE with .44 conversion
high standard target pistol circa 1950 22lr
remington 700 XCR compact tactical 308 with leupold mk4
mossberg 590 12ga
mossberg 835 12ga
colt sp1 5.56 with .45acp upper conversion
dpms panther M4 with leupold CQT
winchester model 70 classic super express .458 winmag with leupold VX7
winchester M1 carbine no stock just reciever assembly and barrel and trigger group
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