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Posted in thread: What caliber? on 02-14-2009 at 01:50 AM
Ok, so right now it's between the 620 L-Series, and the 686 L-Series, both four inch barrel.As
far as I can see the 620 can hold one more round, is a little smaller overall, and in my
opinion a little...
Posted in thread: What caliber? on 02-13-2009 at 11:04 PM
The 7 shot .357's will be N-frame guns. Much larger than the "traditional" K-frame. If you plan
on shooting .38's and occasionally magnums, go with the K-frame. More concealable than either
the L or N...
Posted in thread: What caliber? on 02-12-2009 at 11:39 PM
Would a 7 round be too much for concealed carry?I suppose 6 round is better for that?
Posted in thread: What caliber? on 02-12-2009 at 12:28 AM
Hello,You might of seen my other posts in general handgun discussion. I have been looking at
Walthers. I am a beginner with guns and was told that a revolver is a good gun to start with. I
Posted in thread: Calling people that are know a lot how the PPS and other guns like it work on 02-10-2009 at 11:33 PM
Ok, I see that when you pull back the slide to put the bullet in the chamber it automatically
cocks the firing pin. Now, I know that when every gun's mag is emptied out the striker stays
locked back a...
Posted in thread: Calling people that are know a lot how the PPS and other guns like it work on 02-10-2009 at 03:36 AM
Hello, I have been currently looking to buy a PPS.I am confused on what type of shooter it is.
In other words, I don't know if it is a QA or AS or anything else. Can someone please explain
to me how t...
Posted in thread: What gun to get for a beginner on 02-06-2009 at 09:19 PM
Smith & Wesson and Ruger generally make excellent modern revolvers. Some people lean towards
one brand or the other, but I think both are quality guns. Look for one that fits you hands
Posted in thread: What gun to get for a beginner on 02-06-2009 at 08:51 PM
if you are an inexperenced shooter by all means consider a double action revolver in 38-357.
they are foolproof firearms.virtually impossible to jam or make malfuntion. not ammo specific.
have a bad r...
Posted in thread: What gun to get for a beginner on 02-04-2009 at 09:27 PM
If this is going to be your only firearm for a while, I think the Walther PPK in .380 might not
be the best choice. It's a good quality handgun, and its size makes it very easy to conceal.
Posted in thread: What gun to get for a beginner on 02-04-2009 at 01:58 AM
I'm seriously considering the Walther PPK .380 ACP. I really like how you can either use SA or
DA, I think that feature is good for a beginner like me. I will probably start out using the SA