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Old 06-19-2012, 09:59 PM   #41
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The 10mm duh
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This , A charter Arms pitbull in .40S&W the first revolver to shoot the cartridge using an extractor rod instead of moon clips. Also Charter offers a lifetime warranty on ALL it's guns , An american company in CT who ALSO assembles all it's guns using parts manufactured within a 100 mile radius of The company headquarters. Which is really impressive to me. They care about their community and create jobs locally WIN!!!

And just when you think it can't get any better. In the event your gun does have a problem you don't have to wait for a small overworked log jammed repair crew.

The gun will go right on the main production line and will be repaired right along side of new production arms and turn around is about 5 days AND they even cover shipping both ways.

I mean if that isn't EVERY hallmark of a true patriotic american company , I don't know what is.

Here's my Charter Pitbull in .40S&W in satin stainless with my Sig 239 .357 sig
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The 10mm duh
10mm is ALWAYS the correct answer!
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Old 09-15-2012, 08:24 PM   #44
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I'm very happy with the FN Belgian Hi-Power in .40 cal. Always been a big fan of the Hi-Power but never liked the 9mm round except to plink with.
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what you really need is a glock 23 Gen 4. )
Don't do it. For the nearly $600 you will spend on a Glock you are into an amazing world of possibilities. And the Glock was not designed around the .40, even if it is in a slightly larger frame. CZs feed ,40 well (even though they were built around 9mm) and the SP-01 tactical is an amazing firearm. Sigs can be had for about $600, and H&K has models that start around that range, maybe a little more.
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Old 09-16-2012, 06:26 PM   #46
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Sig P250. Made to handle 45acp and available in 40 and 9mm. Convertible too as kits are available.
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