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Old 02-17-2013, 08:45 PM   #51
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Ruger. Ruger. Ruger.
They never tried to appease anyone, unlike S&W.

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Ruger. Ruger. Ruger.
They never tried to appease anyone, unlike S&W.
S&W M&P line is my favorite. To each his own. I bought a Ruger SR556e. Worst purchase ever. Sold it the next day.
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Old 02-17-2013, 08:54 PM   #53
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I don't really have a favorite but I own more S&W than any of the others ( 23 at last count) and have never had a problem other than the BodyGuard 380 needing about 200 rounds down range before the trigger was acceptible.

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S&W M&P line is my favorite. To each his own. I bought a Ruger SR556e. Worst purchase ever. Sold it the next day.
Same here. I've never had an issue.
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In this order: Ruger, Sig Sauer, Kahr and Glock in semi-autos. S&W for revolvers of course. Can't afford the Colt's 😩

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Mine is either Ruger or S&W

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I like my Walther hand guns, they just fit right for me. My Remmy 700 .308 could be my favorite though, but the .233/5.56 semi autos are sooo much fun to just build yourself with all the options out there available. Tough choice, guess I'd go with my 700 in .308. It's accurate, affordable, multi-purpose hunting and lot's of accessories.

OK...I got lost in the topic...Handgun discussion. I've shot Taurus, Glock, Springfield, Beretta and Ruger...ended up with Walther because it just fits my hand and I can hit the paper.

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Cz imi ruger

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Then you must love companies like Colt, Smith and Wesson, and FNH, they are really civilian gun ownership friendly.
But they don't actively fight against private ownership.
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But they don't actively fight against private ownership.
I wasn't being sarcastic, they are actually really civilian freindly
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