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Old 03-09-2011, 07:49 AM   #1
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Here's the five pistols I've accumulated since I began shopping for my first just two years ago. Still need a dedicated 22lr...and a few revolvers and 1911s. Damn wallet can't seem to keep pace with my ambitions.

Breaking in the new digicam - Semi-Auto Handguns

The nightstand P226, with a Sig STL-900L laser/tac-light/strobe.
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My hi-cap 45acp. The next 45 will be single stacked and steel.
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My three 9mms. The top two make even this novice look like a "shooter".
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Old 03-09-2011, 06:33 PM   #2
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That's a nice collection. Add a 1911 or two, a couple of good revolvers and you'll have it all covered.


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Nice collection.

I am drooling at a 9mm CZ 75B myself or an all steel Sig P226, P229, etc.
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Nice collection.

I am drooling at a 9mm CZ 75B myself or an all steel Sig P226, P229, etc.
Thanks.

Sig 226/229 BTW, are aluminum alloy framed...it's a little more of a medium weight frame compared to the heavier CZ steel.
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Thanks.

Sig 226/229 BTW, are aluminum alloy framed...it's a little more of a medium weight frame compared to the heavier CZ steel.
I thought I saw some all steel version but I could be mistaken. Anyway, I am after a few heavier pistols like the CZ. Thanks.


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