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Old 06-12-2006, 12:02 PM   #21
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The gunshow was last weekend which I was out of town for so... I will have to try and score a deal in town. Not that hard. Plus I would like it before next month. Headed up to some national forest areas to camp.
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Old 06-12-2006, 12:04 PM   #23
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I have a Kimber 45 in the for sale section
Nice guns... owned a couple. To much weight and money in my opinion.
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Nice guns... owned a couple. To much weight and money in my opinion.
yes, this one is lighter than I thought it would be, but yes on the bit pricey, but they are every ounce quality.
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My pm9 was used so I got it for about 500 total. New though they can run up to 650. Good pistol though, smooth action and trigger great quality. If you want to try it out Ill be glad to let you try shooting it. You on the southside or what? I have a membership to PSC and you can try it there.
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My pm9 was used so I got it for about 500 total. New though they can run up to 650. Good pistol though, smooth action and trigger great quality. If you want to try it out Ill be glad to let you try shooting it. You on the southside or what? I have a membership to PSC and you can try it there.
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Not looking for the smallest gun out there. Looking for something to travel with as well. Going to be doing some camping and stuff for vacations and would like a semi that has a good amount of rounds in the clip plus some stopping power for wild animals and stuff.
well, do you want 9mm or 45?
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This is also a nice one. Bit heavy though you cant beat how one of these CZ's feel in your hand. My CZ-75 is very easy to shoot and very comfortable.
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well, do you want 9mm or 45?
.40 or .45 preferrably but, I am open to 9mm as well.
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.40 or .45 preferrably but, I am open to 9mm as well.
I shot an army issue colt .45 and it'll stop wild animals easily.
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Just remember that if its TOO small a .45 will be hard to control. A .40 is a solid round also once broken in you can use self-defence specific rounds. These can make a huge diffrence in damage caused on impact.
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Did youhave to gather the loose pieces when you where done? :icon_bigg
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Did youhave to gather the loose pieces when you where done? :icon_bigg
LOL naa , i aim it at a thick branch and it turn the thing into million pieces
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This ought to stop anything!
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I really want a shotgun...with pistol grip and pump action. Willing to spend up to 1500 for it.
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