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Old 08-12-2013, 11:52 PM   #331
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Well that's what I WAS going to get. It looks like they're sold out now.
Yeah, I noticed. I checked a couple days ago. M&P9 up there now... Very well priced *sigh*
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I'm thinking of a Glock 20 for a brush gun. Not to mention I have a varied collection, but no 10MM - yet!
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Old 08-13-2013, 03:34 AM   #333
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I was thinking about looking at them in the Spring with my tax check,not at the moment. I think I've got everything else I need and a 44 automatic is just something I've always wanted to have.I've never even handled 1 and my hands aren't all that big.I'll just have to look at them and decide then.
How close are u to Maine? Ill snag it so u can try it if your not too far.
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Old 08-13-2013, 03:40 AM   #334
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You could always use it for hunting there's lots of people that use big bore handguns for hunting as the primary weapon It would be a lot easier than carrying a rifle around and still has enough knockdown power. . It also depends where you live if you live in the woods with brown bears I don't know Alaska or something moose and you come across them often you may want something a little more powerful for the worst-case scenario.

If I had a full-time job and was three years older (21) I would make him an offer on that
Ya if I was going to hunt with a pistol I'd pick up a TC Contender, or a Smith .460. I'm sure it could be done with the Desert Eagle but like I said I'm not a huge fan.
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Old 08-14-2013, 04:28 PM   #335
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Buy next? Ah I don't know but......

Today I bought a LCP for my wife and while we were debating about whether she wanted to get it or not, she said I could buy a gun for myself as an early Christmas/Birthday present. MY WIFE SUGGESTED THAT!!!

So it was between a new Sig P238 with cherry hardwood grips and beautiful engraving on a polished slide or a used Colt Mustang Pocketlight. I was very tempted to go with the Colt but after closer inspection it had some scratches on it and pitted rust in a few small areas.

Now just got to wait till Tuesday to pick it up, dang waiting period. Oh, but she said I had to sell my Kel-Tec PF9, which I ain't too fond on selling any of my guns so.....
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Old 08-15-2013, 01:27 PM   #336
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I have my eye on a gen 3 Glock 21 and an a newer SW99 .40 but I am not sure which one to pick up. They're both around $350. I'm not a huge glock fan but I have never owned one, just shot a few and they felt different but not bad
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Old 08-15-2013, 02:11 PM   #337
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How close are u to Maine? Ill snag it so u can try it if your not too far.
About 1,000 miles,I'm in Indiana.
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About 1,000 miles,I'm in Indiana.
Lol... Forget it haha. your on your own.
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I have my eye on a gen 3 Glock 21 and an a newer SW99 .40 but I am not sure which one to pick up. They're both around $350. I'm not a huge glock fan but I have never owned one, just shot a few and they felt different but not bad
The Glock is hard to beat. I would take it over the sw99/walther. I didn't like the sw99's but then again I have large hands. I dont shoot well with them. But thats me, It may feel great to u. Just my 2cents.
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The Glock is hard to beat. I would take it over the sw99/walther. I didn't like the sw99's but then again I have large hands. I dont shoot well with them. But thats me, It may feel great to u. Just my 2cents.
If it was bad for you then my extra large hands will have the same problem!
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