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Old 08-30-2010, 04:12 PM   #11
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I have a CZ75 Pre "B" and love it. Don`t want to miss it.

But, my all time favortite ist still my Sig P226.
A fantastic pistol.

Oh, both are in 9mm.

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CZgets my vote.
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I'm jonesing for a 6" barrelled Colt Python.

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Old 08-31-2010, 02:07 AM   #14
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I have a few that I want really badly, not for any real reason, I just want them!

S&W 4506
S&W 3913
EAA Witness .45 fullsized.
S&W 28
S&W 29 or early 629
Browning BDA .380

And a lever action .357 rifle.

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doesn't anyone like Rugers? I've owned many over the years and never
had a problem -10-22, gp100, markII, super redhawk

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Old 11-19-2010, 09:06 PM   #16
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On my list currently

Wilson Xtac(with alot of customized features I want)
Kimber(not sure which model yet)
Sig P226 in .40
Rock Island GI 9mm

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Ok don't get me wrong, I am not a hater of Glocks I just like these better and am looking for something I may use for 3 gun comp in the future.

Glock makes an excellent comp pistol, just so you know.
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Ok don't get me wrong, I am not a hater of Glocks I just like these better and am looking for something I may use for 3 gun comp in the future.
Yeah, but why even apologize? Glocks are not for everyone.

Also, nothing wrong with taking "looks" of the gun into consideration either.

I think Glock is a landmark defining firearm that popularized the polymer movement. Still, it isn't for everyone.
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Glocks are not for everyone, I agree. I don't like how they look, or feel, consequently, I also don't like how they shoot.

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Glocks are not for everyone, I agree. I don't like how they look, or feel, consequently, I also don't like how they shoot.
In many ways I consider Glock the benchmark to what all other modern, tactical purpose, semis should be compared: light, reliable, no extraneous features, simplicity...I would like to own a Glock one day if I ever get used to the obtuse grip angle, or if Glock should ever make versions with a less severe angled grip.

For now I'll go with that other Teutonic "fan boy" brand. Fits my paws much better.
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