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Old 03-06-2013, 10:44 AM   #11
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I would have to say one of these two. My NHC 1911 and a Sig P226 Combat.

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Any classic Smith and Wesson revolver.

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Any classic Smith and Wesson revolver.
+1 in a revolver & a 1911 in a pistol
Course gud lookin is in the hand of the holder
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With the safety off and your finger on the trigger I assume you're about to shoot something. You might want to try a two hand grip.
Needed a hand to hold the camera with there, Bud. Thanks for your critique though, I never knew how to shoot until you told me how
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Needed a hand to hold the camera with there, Bud. Thanks for your critique though, I never knew how to shoot until you told me how
Aww com'on now- You musta known that was comin
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My Colt SAA. A timeless beauty.
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With the safety off and your finger on the trigger I assume you're about to shoot something. You might want to try a two hand grip.
You got sumptin' against Bullseye shooters?
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You got sumptin' against Bullseye shooters?
I think where people find a problem is with the finger on the trigger and the safety off, as was mentioned.

Personally, I don't care about someone putting holes in their own wives, kids, homes, floors, family pets because of negligence. Oh, I feel sorry for them having to live with that, sure, but I'm not one to tell others how to do their thing.

I do get pissed when the media uses those totally preventable tragedies to try to shove more gun legislation down our throats. It's easier on all of us if all gun owners were as responsible as we like to think we are.

I wouldn't care if you're a bullseye shooter, SASS shooter, CAS shooter, IDPA, or anything else.
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