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Old 07-21-2013, 03:30 AM   #91
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Thanks man I think I have found the one it is the Smith and Wesson M&P .40 I went and looked at it today and I really really liked it
Good choice. My wife has the full size 9mm. And I have the 9c. Excellent guns. Really a joy to shoot.
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S&W "don't make no junk".
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Glock 19, high capacity, concealable, yet probably big enough for your large paws!! Shoots 9mm which probably is the most available ammo to still get your hands on that wont cost you a fortune!! Oh and she shoots very sweet-
Thanks for the suggestion bud
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S&W "don't make no junk".
Hell no they don't
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Hell no they don't
Right you are.
I have a Walther/Smith and Wesson PK22 junker.
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Glock 21 or XDm 45. High cap 45 FTW at home. Shotgun is preferred though
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Can you find ammo for that 40 in your area? I haven't seen 40 in a long time but run into 45 and 9mm more and more
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Can you find ammo for that 40 in your area? I haven't seen 40 in a long time but run into 45 and 9mm more and more
I see fourty just about daily in either academy or wal mart. But I haven't been going that much lately. I see .22 on the regular now too. You name it i see it if academy carries it. Hell the .38 special is buy as much as you want. I overheard a Walmart employee talking about how much ammo they have in the safe in the back that they don't bring out. I believe that.
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Looks like this thread has devolved into the predictable caliber war. My $.02? A Glock 19 or S&W M&P. Both are dependable as the sun rising in the East.
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