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Old 01-09-2012, 10:33 AM   #1
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I already own 3 Colts...Gov. 1911. Combat Comander and Delta Elite...3 Berreta's. 92 F n ..92 compact and a 96...Sigs I have a 226 , 228. 229 and 220..._Glock 17 n 19...Smith 5903 and a Ruger Mark ll and that's just auto's...Also have Ruger GP100 , Smith 686 and 629...Looking for something differnt , maybe something in the Smith MP line...

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Old 01-09-2012, 12:27 PM   #2
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Well your pretty much covered. How about one of the big boys? Maybe a 50GI? Or 454? Hell even a derringer that's a 12 gauge.

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Looks like you've got a lot of main stream guns. Now it's time to start refining your collection.

P&R K-Frames
Older J-Frame
Colt Detective Special
Colt Diamondback/Python
HK P-7
S&W Model 41
High Standard Victor/Supermatic Trophy
S&W Model 27
Browning Hi Power

Those are a few I would consider.

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Usually this doesn't come up as an ideal purchase, but since you're already so stocked..the FN 5.7 is worth investigating.

There are a ton of guns you don't have that I'd like to have, but they might not suit your tastes. Sig P239, P210, SA XDm, Ruger Single 6 (22lr/22wmr), SA EMP, G20/29, and maybe some smaller subsompact options come to mind. At the top of my list would be a BHP or a CZ 75. But you've already tied yourself to the Beretta 92, which is a similar platform that may fit you better.

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You have a limited amount of compacts and no sub compacts. Very nice collection though!

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you could get an AR15 that shoot 9MM, or maybe look into some of the older semi auto's like the P38 or something along those lines

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Check out the Walther PPQ...i love mine, and the trigger is quite uniqe among the firearms that ive shot. Im a big fan.

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It'd be really hard to find, and not cheap if you did, but if you could find and finance one id look for a H&K VP70 (military model marked VP70M and has 3 rd burst facility).

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Let me start by saying I hate living in NJ...It's already been 2 months waiting on my new I'D card for a change of address...Looks like I'll have plenty of time to figure out what I want...

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Does anyone have experience with the Berretta PX4 carbine ? I know It's not classified a handgun but It's something I never owned and left hand friendly and thinking it would make a fun choice for range ..

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