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Old 04-25-2012, 03:31 AM   #121
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I own the best "handgun" if my life depended on follow up shots I know for a fact I won't have a missque. Colt Python 4" My next choice would be another wheel gun that shoots Colt 45s and 410s. No fuss no muss. JMB

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The perfect handgun? It is a childhood dream.

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The perfect handgun belongs to ROBO COP.

I mean hey, who need a compact anything when you could conceal a full auto hand cannon inside your thigh!

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I held onto one and just about bought it.
The trigger pull is fantastic, it is an absolutely beautiful gun, it feels great, it is wonderfully compact and if it had been a little less expensive I would own it now.
The price sent me on line to do research and the reviews were generally good with one glitch and that was that is was temperamental with the ammo and either often or at least occasionally failed to feed.
Since my motive was a CCW I couldn't get past the possibility of a malfunction when I really needed it.
Dennis
I was very put off by reviews stating how spotty Kimber CS is.

apparently very hit-or-miss on returns and warranty issues.

IF the guns were more dependable, AND I felt their CS were

up to par, l'd spend the extra 500$ in a minute.
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How bout this one?

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The perfect handgun? It is a childhood dream.
I'm with you on this one
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I'm with you on this one
Kiddieland; I kind of remember that ...unlimited ammo, never miss, & no cleaning. Aaaaah...never ending childhood sessions of cowpeople vs _______ . I don't want to get put in jail, so you fill in the blanks. Today, anything I shoot I enjoy like its the last handgun on earth. My hand and joy of the shot & opportunity to shoot makes it all perfect.
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Old 05-28-2012, 07:17 PM   #128
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Perfect handgun for me is my Ruger gp 100 6 inch in 357 mag. All my ammo is reloads and I know it can withstand a lot of pressure. I think a majority of people here probably like semi autos but for me I will always prefer a wheel gun.

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Old 05-29-2012, 02:38 PM   #129
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hands down, the 1911! the design has been around for over a 100 years and copied by many. timeless and proven, by the military, LEO, and the general public. i believe it will carry on for another 100 years easily!
Yeah. I'm forced to agree.

In an imperfect world, it simply is, and does,

what most pistols can't.

Firepower

Dependability

Affordability

USUALLY, you have to pick two...
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i have a .40 cal s&w, a colt 1911 45acp, a walther p38 9mm among others. I love shooting them all but the colt is the most accurate. but my deam gun is an fn57. however that pistol is not practical to shoot-the rounds being expensive. i think everybody should buy a .22 as a first pistol just to master the basics of firearms. and you can shoot them all day without breaking the bank. my .45 is the most accurate but the gun i shoot the most is my browning buck mark .22LR.

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