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Old 08-11-2013, 04:25 PM   #11
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Never know, might pass a law that you can only have one. Never know these days
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Old 08-11-2013, 04:26 PM   #12
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Just a hypothetical question, for whatever reason you had to get rid of all but one
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Old 08-11-2013, 04:26 PM   #13
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Old 08-11-2013, 04:35 PM   #14
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same answer as before. i'd like to see who would make me have to only own one.

and i'll ask you one of my own. if they did pass such a law, are you going to comply?
Yeah I would have only one they could find. As for how many I would actually have is another story. I love all my guns but the two I listed would be the hardest to part with. Just because of accuracy and reliability.
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You guys really are grumpy old men, lol. That's cool though cause one day I hope to be one to because that means I lived long enough to be one
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gee......like i haven't heard that one before.

grouchy old men usually have lots of guns and we get really grouchy thinking about someone thinking they might want to try and take them.
Probably heard that one and a lot more. Old eyes and ears have definitely seen and heard it all. My grandpa use to tell me that. He was a grumpy old man with a strong handshake. Hands like vicegrips and never smiled anymore. Hope I don't get that bad
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My M&P9c is the obvious choice.
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Worse come to worse I could easily hunt with it and have minimal concerns with upkeep.
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If this were to happen... My Sig P229 in .357. It has really performed flawlessly even after 11 yrs and tens of thousands of rounds through it. Superior round too.
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My Glock 20C. I have spare barrels for other calibers. One can easily have the parts to make it work with 9mm, .357 Sig, .38Super, .40, 10mm, 9 X 25, .400 Corbon, .40 Super, .45 ACP and .460 Rowland.

10 calibers, one gun. Only the Medusa can rival that. Perhaps a 1911, but it would require more parts.
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