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Old 04-18-2012, 02:41 AM   #131
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Why did my post double post? Hmmmm. Interesting.

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Old 04-18-2012, 02:45 AM   #132
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My first is a CZ75 Pre "B".

Here what she looked like, when I got her:

And here what she looks like now:
Love the way that looks. Nice job.
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Old 04-18-2012, 02:49 AM   #133
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No kidding, if it aint broke... You know haha. Just wondering because im a huge beretta fan but have never owned one due to the fact ive heard several times that locking block is a major downside to the gun. :/ but then again a few others have put tons of rounds through em and have been great... Interesting
I have the m9. Bought it maybe 4/5 months ago. Awesome pistol. Never a malfunction. Only have about 8 or 900 rounds through it though. But I'm confident with that machine. Only downside to the 92/m9 is the hammer being so loud when the decocker is used. But I love that gun. Sent her in to Tooltech and had trijicons put on. Drilled into the front post. Looks great.
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Old 04-18-2012, 03:33 AM   #134
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Ruger Vaquero, old model. 45 Colt. I've put a about 400 rounds through it and love it.

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S&W M&P 40. a mutually just bought it this year as my wedding gift to myself.

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S&W M&P 40. a mutually just bought it this year as my wedding gift to myself.
Sounds funny. U get married and first thing u buy is a gun. Lol. Hopefully it's for the right reason. Just joking around. I haven't yet to shoot a mp. But I see one in my future soon. Must be good if everyone buys em.
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S&w sigma .40

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Sig p220 st. Love that gun. Then to a 1911 then to a xd 40 cal. Love all three but the Sig is most special cause it was my first baby.

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An Excam targa gt-27, 25 acp. Bought in the early 80's. Still own to this day & shoots good for a pocket pistol. Cheap I know but can't bring myself to get rid of it.

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