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Old 11-06-2013, 04:50 AM   #711
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I wouldn't mind having one of these. MUCH more affordable at $750.

http://www.stiguns.com/the-sti-spartan-v-2/

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Old 11-06-2013, 06:49 AM   #712
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Saving my pennies for this one. I even dream about it. Jim
Does that say "STI?!"

As in sexually transmitted infection? Man you shouldn't have to save pennies. A couple girls I knew I college would gladly give you 2 or 3 of those for free.
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My lgs just got a 4" python. I want it so bad!

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Default Advice on handgun for women with small hands?

Ruger LC9-C 9mm semiautomatic pistol shot one the other day and it fits my hand like a glove, having small hands if felt secure. Any other advice on handguns for small handed people?

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Ruger LC9-C 9mm semiautomatic pistol shot one the other day and it fits my hand like a glove, having small hands if felt secure. Any other advice on handguns for small handed people?
I put myself in the medium hand class and love my s&w bodyguard for a smaller gun. The full size m&p with the small grip fits perfectly. Both worth checking in to. Never held a lc9 but the sr9 feels a little big for me
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My birthday is next week and the wife has been going to the LGS. I have been looking at this .. http://www.gandermountain.com/modperl/product/details.cgi?pdesc=Bond-Arms-Ranger-II-Handgun&i=693951

So maybe next week I'll be planting pictures here.. I've always wanted a derringer...

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I bought a heritage rough rider yesterday. It's nowhere near as expensive or refined than any of my other guns but I'm still really excited for it to show up at my FFL.....I'll be living out my western movie fantasies very soon

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Ruger LC9-C 9mm semiautomatic pistol shot one the other day and it fits my hand like a glove, having small hands if felt secure. Any other advice on handguns for small handed people?
If you staying with 9mm, lc9 is one of the best for small handed people! have you tried the M&P Shield? Slightly bigger but holds one more in the mag! Very sweet shooting pistol! I owned the Lc9 and didn't care for the Recoil! The Shield is a little tamer, in my opinion! But whatever you are comfortable with! Best of luck!
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Yeah? Are they telling you you need extra mags too?
Mine does,..at every purchase!
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Ruger LC9-C 9mm semiautomatic pistol shot one the other day and it fits my hand like a glove, having small hands if felt secure. Any other advice on handguns for small handed people?
When I shopped last year for a "smaller" EDC,..the only one I liked was the LC9. Guess thats why It followed me(and the SR9) home that Day....DM me for some stuff i've done to mine,..I don't want to repeat myself often...I'll start to sound like I have an Illness Gd forbid. If it jumps around in your hand a bit, you can try the Lyman(pachmyr) Grip Glove....
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