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Old 11-06-2013, 10:42 PM   #721
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Shouldn't really spend the $$ but the local shop has a nice used Walther PPS 9mm available. I have been reading up on it for a possible EDC. I am going in to pick up my new rifle and PPQ M2 that I haven't even shot yet, but who am I to pass up a possible good deal. I guess I'll fondle it, and see how it feels. Anyone got a spare couch for me?

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My next purchase will be an EDC piece for the wife. LC9, LC380 or SR22! Love my Rugers.

My next purchase for me will hopefully be a Mosin-Nagant

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I need help deciding...for the first time I'm apathetic about what I buy next. Idk. Either a semi auto shotgun....or maybe a single action revolver...idk. I don't have any needs but I'm also lacking in wants...which is shocking

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I need help deciding...for the first time I'm apathetic about what I buy next. Idk. Either a semi auto shotgun....or maybe a single action revolver...idk. I don't have any needs but I'm also lacking in wants...which is shocking
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I have been thinking about pocket carrying a revolver, is that good or bad? And if good which revolver should I get?

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Shouldn't really spend the $$ but the local shop has a nice used Walther PPS 9mm available. I have been reading up on it for a possible EDC. I am going in to pick up my new rifle and PPQ M2 that I haven't even shot yet, but who am I to pass up a possible good deal. I guess I'll fondle it, and see how it feels. Anyone got a spare couch for me?
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I kind of want a Ruger Mark III. I absolutely LOVE the look of them, and I've been needing to add a .22 to the collection.

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I have been thinking about pocket carrying a revolver, is that good or bad? And if good which revolver should I get?
I am partial to S&W wheel guns. That being said, just about any J frame would be a great choice. I would be remiss if I didn't also recommend a Ruger LCR in either .357 Magnum or .38 Special, though.
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My next gun purchase could be anything... A pocketable revolver in .357 Magnum of some sort... A Mossberg 500 in 20ga... A Ruger SP101... A Sig P938... A carry gun for my wife is the most likely, although we don't know what yet (could be a Sig P239)... Or maybe I'll come across some great milsurp that can't be passed on...

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It will more than likely be a semi-spontaneous purchase.....

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My next gun purchase could be anything... A pocketable revolver in .357 Magnum of some sort... A Mossberg 500 in 20ga... A Ruger SP101... A Sig P938... A carry gun for my wife is the most likely, although we don't know what yet (could be a Sig P239)... Or maybe I'll come across some great milsurp that can't be passed on...

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It will more than likely be a semi-spontaneous purchase.....
Those can sometimes be the best kind.
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