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Old 06-06-2013, 07:00 PM   #191
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I am so glad that I've finally got the battery set up as I want it. It's only taken 40 years, about 50 guns and a dozen calibers worth of testing! :-)
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I am so glad that I've finally got the battery set up as I want it. It's only taken 40 years, about 50 guns and a dozen calibers worth of testing! :-)
so what are you planning on buying next? that's what this thread is about.
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Old 06-10-2013, 12:21 AM   #193
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Ruger American 30-06.

Smith model 66 .357, 4" barrel.

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Old 06-10-2013, 01:10 AM   #194
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so what are you planning on buying next? that's what this thread is about.
Possibly the Rossi Circut Judge in .410 & Stainless w/Black Furniture!

An Old School Browning BAR if I can find one!

And something for my Wife for EDC....
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I'd really like to get the ruger sr1911. But I will likely end up with either a RIA or one of the turkish guns from buds. I'm also looking at the marlin xt17. Hoping the wife and kid get me a few gift certificates to go pick it up.
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9mm. Which is nice cause I already have a couple 9's and plenty of ammo. And as much as I love my .45's, they cost a lot more to play with.
Bought the p95 ruger!! Shot it for the first time yesterday!! What a sweet shooting postal!! It's size and weight made it feel like a pallet gun compared to my small 9!! So if your looking for a big 9 high capacity(15+1) p95 is a great gun for the money!! Around $400 new-
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Bought the p95 ruger!! Shot it for the first time yesterday!! What a sweet shooting postal!! It's size and weight made it feel like a pallet gun compared to my small 9!! So if your looking for a big 9 high capacity(15+1) p95 is a great gun for the money!! Around $400 new-
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Bought the p95 ruger!! Shot it for the first time yesterday!! What a sweet shooting postal!! It's size and weight made it feel like a pallet gun compared to my small 9!! So if your looking for a big 9 high capacity(15+1) p95 is a great gun for the money!! Around $400 new-
Don't have the 95, but my late Dad had an 85! Love all of our Rugers! Great American Company!
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I'm looking to get an M1A. Need a battle rifle. Either that or a PSL and cut the barrel length down so it's battle rifle sized. Will get both but not sure which first.
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