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Old 05-29-2013, 04:22 PM   #31
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If it was me (it ain't) i'd keep one 45 (got one)----
If it was me (it ain't) i'd keep one 9mm (got one)----
If it was me (it ain't) i'd get one 10mm (I'm going to get one)----

'Bout it

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Yeah but then I've got to decide on sizes too, officer, cco, commander, and government.

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Yeah but then I've got to decide on sizes too, officer, cco, commander, and government.
That's the easy part!

One of each!
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Old 05-29-2013, 05:50 PM   #34
I want either less corruption or more opportunity to participate in it.
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Post some pics and prices.
Yep! Please! I'm interested.


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Nice work. There are some wild colors there. Pretty amazing!
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if i'm not mistaken, Cane has a Rock Island 1911 9mm, I know he mentioned owning a Star B 9mm....so he might only give you a minor b!tch slap
Is that true Canebrake?

I'd love to own a 9mm 1911 but was too afraid of upsetting our resident "Man of the Cloth" regarding all matter of John Moses Browning!

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Is that true Canebrake?

I'd love to own a 9mm 1911 but was too afraid of upsetting our resident "Man of the Cloth" regarding all matter of John Moses Browning!

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That's blasphemy to have a 9mm Luger in a 1911. It just wouldn't feel right to me.
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Sure does shoot nice though.

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Sure does shoot nice though.
It'd be like shooting a M9 in a single stacked .45 caliber.
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I can't say that I agree.

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Hey they are your guns do what you want with them. You might keep a gun or two that you want to pass down to your kids or grand kids. I have Colts for my grand sons and one is 18 months old. Just a thought. I agree 9mm is cheap and fun to shoot though I much prefer .38 super. I would like to get a 10mm and will but if I want to hunt with a pistol I'll use .44 mag or .454 casull. Love those revolvers too.

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