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Old 10-09-2012, 01:54 AM   #111
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I would guess he is a college student.

I am strictly guessing, you could be 80 and i wouldn't know it

Will ya tell us how old you are markad?

I am 15, no secret.
I'm 28... I used to be a college student lol
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Old 10-09-2012, 02:02 AM   #112
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Personally I prefer more ammo capacity so I settled on 9mm but there's nothing like shooting that good old 230 grain slug, I love the 45 but it limits ammo capacity but how many do you really need? the J-frame has served folks for how many years just fine, here's a pic of me shooting my carry options a few weeks ago minus my newest XD9sc.

On the left LCR 5 shot 357, G36 6 shots of .45 in the slimmest glock ever and then my the Glock 26. For comfort though? the LCR, it conceals well and is super light.

I just got a XD9 which holds 13 rounds but it's damn heavy but my favorite shooter by far, I love it.

So all I did here was just offer some opposing opinions because at the end of the day it really just boils down to WHAT YOU want.


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This is a quick pic I snapped at my local gun range in valpo. Here are a few of the firearms I currently own and cc.
Thanx for the advice! I still haven't purchased a .45 yet. Since the weather has been cooler where I'm at I've started to carry my Kahr cw9 in addition to my lcp .380. I'm leaning towards this but the price has kept me at bay for about three months lol

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This is a quick pic I snapped at my local gun range in valpo. Here are a few of the firearms I currently own and cc.
Thanx for the advice! I still haven't purchased a .45 yet. Since the weather has been cooler where I'm at I've started to carry my Kahr cw9 in addition to my lcp .380. I'm leaning towards this but the price has kept me at bay for about three months lol
So, I see you visited Blythes! That's where me and my wife have bought most of our firearms!! We go there to shoot at the indoor range during the winter months. They started renting again, so they might have a Kimber used to shoot.
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I know I could be pilloried for blasphemy, but I really haven't heard good things about Kimber from anyone, and my own experiences are not good. Buy an RIA Commander and use the extra $1k for upgrades and ammo...
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