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Old 02-12-2013, 02:00 PM   #31
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Old 02-12-2013, 07:24 PM   #32
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RUGER.
Single actions.
No double actions.
Semi auto's in .22 only.
Great product for the money.
And of course,
The COLT 1911 A1 Government Model.
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I guess if I had to pick would be S&W. Because they make a quality product, offer a lifetime gurantee and are mad in the U.S.A Also they offer a gun for every need, from a double action revolver to a AR-15 and in between.

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Old 02-17-2013, 12:29 AM   #34
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Here to back you up Cane,

explanation as to why I chose Colt, it's Colt enough said
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Fun fact, I live near half of these companies, love in the town right next to the Kahr and Auto Ordinance factory. Worcestah!!!!

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I like Hi-Point's customer service and lifetime warranty. Nothing fancy, but separates brass from lead. (Bring on the critics)

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i dont really have a favorite. but i do have just one that i will never buy a single product from and thats glock. they are not a private gun owner friendly company, gaston glock uses his profits to campaign against private gun ownership in europe. kind of a big hypocrit

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i dont really have a favorite. but i do have just one that i will never buy a single product from and thats glock. they are not a private gun owner friendly company, gaston glock uses his profits to campaign against private gun ownership in europe. kind of a big hypocrit
Then you must love companies like Colt, Smith and Wesson, and FNH, they are really civilian gun ownership friendly.
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Handguns- Ruger

Rifles- Savage

Shotguns- Browning

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What is your favorite gun manufacturer? If you cant just pick one, leave a list and explain why you like them.
I'm partial to Ruger, I own two of them in semi auto. I've fired just about every brand of ammo there is thru my P345 & it has never failed to fire except one time when I was firing someone elses reloads. My wife wants a new pistol for concealed carry & tried out a Kahr .40 cal today she liked the trigger pull but I don't know anything about Khar so any input would helpful.
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