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Old 05-28-2013, 04:28 AM   #161
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I'm considering either an XD or FNX in 9 or 45.

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Old 05-28-2013, 02:31 PM   #162
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I'm considering either an XD or FNX in 9 or 45.
I have an fnx 40, I think its a great design
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Old 05-28-2013, 02:44 PM   #163
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I'm considering either an XD or FNX in 9 or 45.
I have a fnp 45 and an FNS 9. Both awesome guns. Should have bought a 5.7 back when they were only a grand.
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Had one of those,sweet gun. Loved the paddle style mag release too. Best trigger on a polymer gun I've ever felt,but the call of steel and wood stocks of a 1911 was to strong and it got sold.
My brother has 2...it's the only gun that would make me consider trading my XDm. The trigger is phenomenal, but that grip is pure butter...also the best on a polymer gun I've ever felt.
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I'm considering either an XD or FNX in 9 or 45.
I just sold my XD45 for $450 with (3) 13 round mags. Only put 100 rounds through her and had it for 1.5 years.
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Old 06-01-2013, 01:09 AM   #166
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Bought the Winchester 94 (30-30) today. Unfortunately can't post pictures of it for 10 days. Kalifornia has a stupid wait period when you buy a gun before you can pick it up. As soon as I have it at my house, I'll put some pics up!
Here's my Winchester and S&W model 66-2 (2.5" barrel). Just brought them home today. Silly 10 day waiting period. I changed out the wood grips for some rubber Pachmayr ones. I might keep the wood ones on there when I'm not shooting it. Here's before and after:



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Don't say Stoeger. Saw a video of a guy shooting one and it fell apart on him. Not into it.
I wouldn't make too big a deal out of that video. How many videos have you seen where guns DON'T fall apart? Stoegers are fine shotguns.
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I am looking at a SR22 for cheap shooting, or a Smith & Wesson 627 8 round 357. The S&W is much more expensive, but a good looking wheel gun. Looks like a sweetheart to shoot.

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Ok so I found a H&K USP V1 9mm lightly used for $700. I really don't need it. But I really want it. What should I do?

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Ok so I found a H&K USP V1 9mm lightly used for $700. I really don't need it. But I really want it. What should I do?
Do you have the spare cash?If yes buy it.
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