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Old 05-21-2011, 12:02 AM   #11
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Tastes great- less filling- and on the golf forum, the debate over the best ball, best club etc continues. Difference of opinion makes for bets on horse races. How DARE you claim that a Titleist is better than a.... well, you get the idea!

Frankly, I would not feel poorly armed with a .357, 9mm, .40 OR a .45. One advantage that the 9mm Parabellum DOES enjoy is how widespread it is- I do think you could drop me in a major city anywhere in the WORLD- and I could get a box of 9mm Para.

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Glad to see you're in Phx I'm up north in Flagstaff. You're lucky to have the Ben Avery shooting range were supposed to get one in the near future G&F originally wanted to put the range down at Willard Springs which would have been nice since it takes about five minutes to get there from where I live. But the whiners in Munds park put a stop to it. Now it will be out by Walnut Canyon which is about 30 miles away.

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Tastes great- less filling- and on the golf forum, the debate over the best ball, best club etc continues. Difference of opinion makes for bets on horse races. How DARE you claim that a Titleist is better than a.... well, you get the idea!

Frankly, I would not feel poorly armed with a .357, 9mm, .40 OR a .45. One advantage that the 9mm Parabellum DOES enjoy is how widespread it is- I do think you could drop me in a major city anywhere in the WORLD- and I could get a box of 9mm Para.
The 357 is a great pistol wish I still had mine. I think the 40 cal is a nice in between round but since my 45 is bought and paid for and I can't afford any new guns rught now it will have to do.
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firelooker, go to semi-auto there is a new thread there in your honor!!

BTW, always nice to see a Flag shooter!! Wish I could get up there more often

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