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Old 05-03-2013, 08:07 AM   #31
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Ruger LC9.

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Old 05-03-2013, 09:37 AM   #32
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I'm thinking it's time for me to start looking for that Winchester mod 70 30-06 with a walnut stock that my grandaddy taught me how to shoot with.

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Old 05-03-2013, 10:18 AM   #33
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Stoeger Cougar8000, 9mm. du-tone. I picked this up,held it and it just felt real good in my hands and i def. likes the look of it also. Sooo did some reviews and homework and that sealed the deal. =) Oooh it will be mine. Atleast money down today.

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Old 05-03-2013, 11:47 AM   #34
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Colt Wiley Clapp, my LGS just can't get one. I a'int paying the crazy Gunbroker, GunsAmerica prices.
I agree.. I wouldn't pay their prices either. Everyone wants to be greedy. I'll remember those people and not buy from them when the dust settles.
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Almost got a Nagant revolver.

My next will prolly be a .357 or .38 revolver (no specific manufacturer). I may try to get a Rossi circuit judge this year.

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Thinking about a .45 acp, I was leaning toward a 1911, but since I already have an LC9 and an SR9c, I'm starting to lean toward an SR45, because of the commonality on the controls.

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Who knows, I change my mind every other week.

First it was the Beretta 92. Then the Kahr P380. Then the Kahr CM40. Most recently it was the Sig P239 in 357sig.

Now I'm just happy with what I have and am focusing on finding good, reliable and powerful defensive ammo for my current lineup, before wasting further funds on another gun I know too little about.

I truly believe I can find a 9mm round that will equal the performance and protective properties of the 40S&W or 357Sig.

So testing rounds is what I'm focusing on right now, that and accuracy with both one and two hands.
Thats my next pistol... Beretta 9s Cmpact. Gotta love it!
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Thinking about a .45 acp, I was leaning toward a 1911, but since I already have an LC9 and an SR9c, I'm starting to lean toward an SR45, because of the commonality on the controls.

I have both.. The LC9 and the SR9c.. Although the SR45 is enticingI would look at the Sig 1911. Excellent pistol for the price.
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Colt Wiley Clapp, my LGS just can't get one. I a'int paying the crazy Gunbroker, GunsAmerica prices.
Looks nice. What would be an appropriate price in today's market, aside from the rapists?
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