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Old 07-17-2011, 12:08 AM   #11
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Those are great. Cant wait to get home and get out my bigger brother guns, but for now, I'm happy with little beaver. It can handle whatever I need done for now for home defense and target shooting and the others, now lonesome are waiting to do the long range stuff. I must say though that the Kel-Tec Sub 2000 that I got in 9 mil a few weeks ago is so darn accurate at a distance that I hate to put it down. I'll try to get a picture together with them. Enjoy.

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Sub 2000 - very nice. I'm a big fan of the Kel-Tec line. I want a P-3AT, PLR 16, and a KSG! Check out my modified SU-16C in the Semi-auto rifle section.

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Need has nothing to do with WANT or LUST when it comes to guns or women.

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Cool beans.

After one gun, nobody really needs another gun. They just seem to follow us home.
You are correct about those dang guns that follow you home. I hate it when one shows up and you know you have to keep it. Santa Claus is even worse, He gave me a Egyptian Maddi that I just really did not want but had to keep since NO ONE else would give it a home.
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You are correct about those dang guns that follow you home. I hate it when one shows up and you know you have to keep it. Santa Claus is even worse, He gave me a Egyptian Maddi that I just really did not want but had to keep since NO ONE else would give it a home.
I feel you on that, I had a sig 220 platinum elite give me puppy dog eyes and I let it in, I couldn't let him suffer this Texas heat.
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Gun lust is a terrible curse! I just can't help myself.

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Had a girl bother me about buying guns recently, and the fact that I didn't need more than the one. I simply responded with, how many shoes do you need?

She didn't have much to say after that.

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I carry my PF9 on a daily basis. Great gun...several hundred rounds down range without a single hiccup.



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Hey Leathermarshmellow. How far have you practiced to shoot that NAA .22? I've got one with both cylinders, LR and mag. I tried everything to hit that dam target at about 40 feet. Finally, after reading all I could find on them, I tried nestling it in my shooting hand with my thumb directly below the hammer and my other thumb on top of the first one. Not bad, but a pain, so I bought the folding handle/grip. Wow, what a difference. the size is not greatly changed except when you open it up and grip it. Then it's like grabbing the PF-9. It's still for close-up work, but I try to get fairly competent with whatever I have from a distance, because if I can hit it far, I can nail it easy, close. Great picture by the way. Thanks for your input so far.

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I'm going to look that handle up. I can't hit a dang thing with that little revolver. I practice and practice, but am lucky to hit the paper at 7 yards. My PF9 is a different story. After I learned to shoot it, I can keep it all on paper out to 25 yards, but I practice more at 7 to 10 yards.

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