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Old 01-27-2010, 08:49 PM   #31
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You did this last night, took off on a tangent that wasn't addressed to you....that's why I gave you the "....huh?" I guess you thought I was talking about your "woman" when I was actually addressing the OP.

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Old 01-27-2010, 08:55 PM   #32
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Ok skullcrusher, someone made a comment about females and inexperienced after I had said something, I made the assumption they were talking to me, besides wasn't that a few days ago? Did you just wake up? I would not say I'm sorry to you for any reason, and you own this board then just banish me or throw me off, if not bye.
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It was YESTERDAY, richardnorton, not a few days ago. Who just woke up?
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Old 02-04-2010, 08:41 PM   #34
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Bersa Thunder .380 it's what I got my wife she loves it, I've run about 1,000 rounds through it with a couple little clitchs, fail to load once and fail to eject twice out of a 1,000 rounds and that was in the dreaded break in (200rds) not a hic-up since.
Thanks, This is the gun she really liked, the Bersa Thunder .380. Now to sell her Smith 60 3inch that is in original box and never fired, and then purchase the Bersa. Jerry
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Damn, wish I could afford to take that 60 off your hands. You shouldn't have any problems unloading it.
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Damn, wish I could afford to take that 60 off your hands. You shouldn't have any problems unloading it.
Yea I had a Smith 66 3inch New in Box and sold it on Gunbroker for a really good price, probably will go the same route. Jerry
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Thanks, This is the gun she really liked, the Bersa Thunder .380. Now to sell her Smith 60 3inch that is in original box and never fired, and then purchase the Bersa. Jerry
When I got the Bersa for the wife she really did enjoy shooting it, but she very seldom shoots it so I take it to the range everytime I go, one of my shooting buddy's shot mine the next time we went to the range he had bought one, it's a fun gun to shoot and it's a tack driver
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My Kahr CW-9 weighs about 18 oz fully loaded. It is .28 inches thinner than a Glock 26. (.9" compared to 1.18") The grip is just long enough to get 3 fingers on it. It handles +P ammo and the stainless finish will be more durable for concealed carry. The only downside is that I highly recommend 200-300 rounds to break it in good and it's tolerances are very tight so I wouldn't shoot more than 300 rounds before cleaning it.

Wife wants New Gun, something to keep in her purse! - Semi-Auto Handguns

Here it is compared to a Ruger P85.
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It's almost too narrow for my tastes. I slipped on a Hogue Handall Jr. and it feels great now.
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My Kahr CW-9 weighs about 18 oz fully loaded. It is .28 inches thinner than a Glock 26. (.9" compared to 1.18") The grip is just long enough to get 3 fingers on it. It handles +P ammo and the stainless finish will be more durable for concealed carry. The only downside is that I highly recommend 200-300 rounds to break it in good and it's tolerances are very tight so I wouldn't shoot more than 300 rounds before cleaning it.

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Here it is compared to a Ruger P85.
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It's almost too narrow for my tastes. I slipped on a Hogue Handall Jr. and it feels great now.
Well I do like the looks of that Kahr but my wife wants a safety on the gun. Jerry
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