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Posted in thread: 5 1/2" S/A in .357 on 01-21-2013 at 03:43 AM
Colt (see website) makes their classic gun in .357 -- probably hard to get -- they always seem
to be back-ordered. Uberti in Italy makes quality Colt replicas with the Colt-like "4-click"
Posted in thread: Decision time for .270 on 11-30-2011 at 02:41 AM
You also mention range shooting -- do compare the cost of 308 vs 270 ammo -- you can put a lot
more 308 down range for the same cost. And quality ammo in either caliber will handle the kind
Posted in thread: Looking for a choice 1st time shotgun on 10-27-2011 at 02:55 AM
lots of used guns around if someone will help you screen for quality -- pumps and over/unders
especially since less likely to be worn out then a semi-auto. O/U guns also don't throw the
shells for you...
Posted in thread: Top 5 9mms on 10-23-2011 at 03:58 AM
single action: Browning High Powerdouble action (bigger): Sig 226double action (smaller): HK
Posted in thread: 5 handguns every shooter oughta have... on 10-10-2011 at 02:05 AM
Colt Single Action Army (Ruger, Uberti, USFA replicas if not original) - 45 LC Browning High
Power - 9mmSig 226 - 40mm (or if you must, a Glock)Colt 1911 (Springfield, Ruger - many other
choices at al...
Posted in thread: Sig vs HK on 04-21-2011 at 03:23 AM
I've tried lots of guns and lots of calibers -- at my age, disposition and skill level, the 9mm
HK USPc keeps hanging in there as my go-to gun in any kind of SD situation I can imagine being
in (as a ...
Posted in thread: Trap/Skeet/Sporting clay advise on 04-01-2011 at 03:20 AM
I'd be inclined to stick with 12g -- even 7/8oz loads will work for skeet and 16yard trap --
almost recoil free.I'd say you can be happy with any of these fine o/u guns in the $2-3k price
Posted in thread: If you could start over, pick your first 5 handguns? on 03-27-2011 at 02:38 AM
for tradition, for non-plastic -- Colt Single Action Army - .45 LCColt 1911 - .45 ACPBrowning
High Power - 9mmSmith & Wesson, Model 10 - 38 SpecialColt Python - 357 Mag
Posted in thread: Old Eyes - one more time... on 03-06-2011 at 04:03 AM
Now that I'm over 39 (well, a lot over), I now need correction for both reading and distance.
I'm having some success with this arrangement (not a new idea but seems to work for me):1. Go
Posted in thread: New Shooter - Looking for insight on first handgun purchase on 03-06-2011 at 02:53 AM
It sounds like you are interested in something more than the always versatile .22LR... 1. Think
about costs -- 9mm for semi-autos and 38Spec are a lot cheaper than most other rounds. (Note
that you ca...