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Old 05-24-2012, 03:00 AM   #31
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Ok Thanks again. My friends wife has the Black Jack .22 mag she has shot that and likes it as well.
Sounds like she likes everything!! You will just have to buy her a bunch of guns!!!!
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High Standard 1911A1 "with some upgrades"

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Sounds like she likes everything!! You will just have to buy her a bunch of guns!!!!
Yeah I know between my habits & hers I'll have to get another job.
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High Standard 1911A1 "with some upgrades"
Wow REALLY NICE.. Thanks for posting!
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I know this advice may be too advanced for a forum like FTF, where people debate whether to fire warning shots, whether loaded chamber carry is safe, whether to shoot to wound, whether neighborhood watch Captains have legal authority to get out of their vehicles... and where everybody ( ShooBee take note ) can be a Navy Seal Chief Firearms Trainer / gunsmith / SWAT Team Leader / MMA Champion all rolled into one...LOL

Herewith, the advice :

1) If you carry a small, inaccurate, gun, your tactics must be adjusted to that gun's capabilities. In other words, if you carry a .38 J-frame, you are armed but you are not equipped to break up a bank robbery .

2) It is generally thought that using anything below 9mm Luger is giving up too much stopping power.

3) Tiny semi-autos, especially .380s have a reputation for far less reliability than full-size semi-autos . A lot has to happen in a small space .

4) Rimfire ammo is much less reliable than centerfire ammo . This should be considered before depending on a

.22 .

5) Pocket carry has its problems : Pockets wear out, lint gets into the gun, you mustn't carry anything else in the same pocket as the gun, the gun can turn over and not be in position when you need it . A good holster is usually safer, easier to draw from, and allows you to carry a bigger gun ( see item #3 ) .

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My G31, more people have stared down the muzzle of this gun than i can count

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Mr. Wray :
What have you got in the barrel of that gun that is so interesting that people can't resist looking down the muzzle ? Can I have a peek ? LOL

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What have you got in the barrel of that gun that is so interesting that people can't resist looking down the muzzle ? Can I have a peek ? LOL
I dont know whats so enticing about that end of the gun, But people always seemed to buy that ticket to see it :-)
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Yeah I know between my habits & hers I'll have to get another job.
Yeah, I hear ya. My husband is worse than a kid in the candy store.....
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Take a picture of your concealed carry guns. Hear are my 2 that I carry. G23G4 & G27G4
The Punisher grips are cool...but, I'd think twice about putting that stuff on a CCW piece. Should you ever need to use it, it will become evidence and glorifying a Hollywood Vigil Ante may be enough to convince a Grand Jury that you were "looking for trouble".

Just my .02 cents...but they do look bad ass!

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