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Discussion in 'Concealed Carrying & Personal Protection' started by kmglocks, Jun 27, 2012.
Got an extra 600 set aside for a gun, can't decide what kinda gun to buy. Ideas????
Before I suggest something (1911), what do you plan to use to carry it with? (1911 holster)
Can't decide whether to get a home defense/hunting shotgun or a new pistol. I have a g26 and a g17 and an AR15. Looking to enhance/expand my horizens.
Every collection deserves a good shotgun!!!
Hows about a steyr m9
I see you have the g series. To expand your horizons, move up to the M1911A1 series.
Like these, for example.
What is top one with the hogue grip?
Kinda hard to find a 1911 around 600 right?
You got your pistols and rifle covered. Get a shotgun.
Or get a good 22 pistol.
I would add a shotgun for sure! Mossberg 500 in various styles for $400 and under. This way you got the rest of the cash for AMMO!!
I second the 500
As much as I think you should expand your horizon past Glock (I am not a Glock hater, but I do feel every collection should have at least a 1911 or ten) I think a .22 is in order. They make sense for many reasons. They are cheap to shoot. You can practice often and the basics are the same, you will be a better shooter, and they are just fun. Then get a 12 ga, and then a 1911 (or ten).
Not sold on 1911, great gun just doesnt tickle my fancy. Shotgun it is, remington 870 sounds nice.
I have an 870 and I absolutely love it.
Just went to armorers school for it, Remington gives me a one time 46% discount, the choice is simple, remington express tactical.
For a home defense shotgun, unless you live in Chicago, it will get little use other than range experience. Therefore, don't dump a ton of cash on this purchase.
Here's a way to kill two birds with one purchase;
Maverick 31046 88 12 ga 3" Chamber 8RD $230 shipped
German Sport Gun 2210M1911B 1911-22LR 5" 10+1 Blu $323 shipped
$553 + FFL transfer, what's not to like?
There ya go, lock and load
Springfield Armory MC Operator with a couple of mods (magwell, trigger work and the Hogue).
Bottom one is a modified Kimber Pro Carry II.
Lol, no, lots of good 1911 out there for under $600. Springfield Mil-Spec, for instance (I'm a Springer fan).