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Old 12-26-2014, 12:20 AM   #1
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Default What guns should I get next?

My arsenal includes the M&P40, M&P 40 Shield, Keltec KSG and S&W 15-22 Rifle. Not much, but I love 'em.

I'm looking to get two revolvers - standard and compact. I also want to get a pistol with a hammer.

Any suggestions? Was looking at these for revolvers:

http://www.ismygunlegal.com/guns/view/1075/home:1

I'd prefer an all metal chassis, though. Another:

http://www.ismygunlegal.com/guns/view/4036/home:1

These would just be fun to own:

http://www.ismygunlegal.com/guns/view/2408/home:1

http://www.ismygunlegal.com/guns/view/1088/home:1

Any suggestions on a good next gun to purchase are welcome. Post pics, too!
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Old 12-26-2014, 12:40 AM   #2
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My arsenal includes the M&P40, M&P 40 Shield, Keltec KSG and S&W 15-22 Rifle. Not much, but I love 'em.

I'm looking to get two revolvers - standard and compact. I also want to get a pistol with a hammer.

Any suggestions? Was looking at these for revolvers:

http://www.ismygunlegal.com/guns/view/1075/home:1

I'd prefer an all metal chassis, though. Another:

http://www.ismygunlegal.com/guns/view/4036/home:1

These would just be fun to own:

http://www.ismygunlegal.com/guns/view/2408/home:1

http://www.ismygunlegal.com/guns/view/1088/home:1

Any suggestions on a good next gun to purchase are welcome. Post pics, too!

For small revolvers, a Ruger Security Six revolver .357 would be nice, or a S&W Airweight J frame .38 revolver it's hammerless.
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My arsenal includes the M&P40, M&P 40 Shield, Keltec KSG and S&W 15-22 Rifle. Not much, but I love 'em.

I'm looking to get two revolvers - standard and compact. I also want to get a pistol with a hammer.

Any suggestions? Was looking at these for revolvers:

http://www.ismygunlegal.com/guns/view/1075/home:1

I'd prefer an all metal chassis, though. Another:

http://www.ismygunlegal.com/guns/view/4036/home:1

These would just be fun to own:

http://www.ismygunlegal.com/guns/view/2408/home:1

http://www.ismygunlegal.com/guns/view/1088/home:1

Any suggestions on a good next gun to purchase are welcome. Post pics, too!

For a pistol with a hammer, there are a lot of good ones but I cant suggest what I have not used, of course. An STI Targetmaster in .40cal is a good gun to purchase. This photo is from way back when I was in my early 20's.
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Check out the Ruger Single 10. Very nice gun!
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For a good, full size, revolver, I submit this. A Ruger GP100. They are a little on the heavy side, but that translates to less felt recoil, and they are built to take a kifetime of full charge magnum rounds without an issue.

If you are looking for a revolver to hand down to your kids, then to theirs, and so on, a GP100 is a good option.
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Don't buy anymore guns. Buy a reloading setup so you can shoot your two centerfire handguns better. With only one caliber to reload you could get in the reloading game for under $200 and be able to shoot 3x as much for the same money.

After that and a new gun is needed a 1911 is the answer. I won't go as far as recommend a specific gun but I have owned several for a wide range of price points. I've had from a basic RIA to a Colt Gold Cup. They are all good just that as the price tag goes up so does some of the refinement.

And as far as a revolver the GP100 is a great gun but not my recommendation. I've had GPs in 4",5" and 6" over the past couple years. I still have my S&W686+ 7 shot. At 1/2 the price of the GP100 in a 4" gun I would recommend the EAA Windicator.
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I can say this much in todays market having only one or two calibers makes life a lot easier. I shoot 9mm anf 357 mag. For under $400 including shipping I can buy a 20 year supply of hollow point SD ammo for both calibers. We are talking about sealed ammo that will last 20 years or longer. Eastern Bloc countries would store this ammo for 60 years before they called it surplus.
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Are you amassing guns or collecting?
I would be looking for a good, heirloom quality center-fire rifle.
(You already have the handgun part taken care of.)
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This guy is just jerking us around. For the guns he has listed he needs to start attending estate sales. Estate sales are listed in the newspaper want adds in the announcements section not a firearms forum.
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Not all gun enthusiasts can afford every firearm they want, some are just really more blessed compared to the others.. If youre one of the fortunate ones, be grateful and not hateful.. Im just saying.. Not really picking a fight or anything. Peace


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