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Old March 30, 2014, 03:00 PM   #26
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1. P226
2. P226
3. P227
4. keep it.

1. 27
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Old March 30, 2014, 11:03 PM   #27
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9mm = Glock 26
40 cal = Glock 22
45 cal = Wilson Combat 1911
10mm = Glock, maybe, or a Colt 1911 Elite

.357 Mag = Right now, I think I would have to go with my Colt SAA, 2nd Gen
44mag = Ruger 4-5/8 Super Blackhawk with Elk horn grips, most confortable
44mag I have ever had.
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Old April 1, 2014, 03:30 AM   #28
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Current production models:
1)SIG-Sauer P226 SL SO;
2)HK P2000;
3)Colt Gold Cup Trophy National Match blued;
4)Glock 20.

1)Ruger GP100 4'' stainless;
2)Ruger Super Blackhawk 5.5'' blued.
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Old April 1, 2014, 08:13 AM   #29
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So far this is the route I chose
Pistols
1- Sig P938
2-Glock 23
3- Between Colt Combat Commander xse or Colt Gold Cup Trophy
4- I don't have a 10mm yet,but interested in the Glock 20 or a 1911

Revolvers
S&W 681
S&W 629
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Old April 1, 2014, 08:42 PM   #30
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Quote:
Pistols
1 9mm
2 .40 S&W
3 45 acp
4 10 mm

Revolvers
1 .357 magnum
2 .44 magnum
Autos
1: BHP
2: BHP
3: 1911 (I prefer Commander length slide) - Pick your brand based on your bias
4: 1911 - Only 10mm I've shot was a RIA, so I'll say that

Revolvers
1: Ruger GP100
2: Ruger Super Redhawk
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Old April 8, 2014, 12:44 PM   #31
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9 mm= hk p2000 sk
40 sw= hk p2000 sk
45 acp =hk 45 c .
10 mm = ?


357 mag =ruger sp101
44 mag = ruger alaskan
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Old April 8, 2014, 12:54 PM   #32
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1) 9mm - Browning Hi-Power
2) .40 - CZ 75
3) .45 - 1911
4) 10mm - 1911 Long Slide

1) .357 - Dan Wesson 15-2 with at least four barrels (I know that might be cheating)
2) .44 Mag - Ruger Super Blackhawk
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Old April 8, 2014, 02:11 PM   #33
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Pistols
1 9mm -- CZ 75 SP01
2 .40 S&W -- Springfield XDM 5.25
3 45 acp -- Dan Wesson 1911
4 10 mm -- Tanfoglio pretty much any of the Elite line

Revolvers
1 .357 magnum -- Ruger GP100
2 .44 magnum -- S&W 629 Classic 5in
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Old April 9, 2014, 12:33 PM   #34
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Pistols
1 9mm - Sig X-Five Level 1
2 .40 S&W - STI LS40 (this would be my carry gun)
3 45 acp - Arsenal AF2011-A1 SS Double Barrel 45 (why not?)
4 10 mm - Tanfoglio Stock or Stock II

Revolvers
1 .357 magnum - Korth 357
2 .44 magnum - Ehhh, trade it for a S&W 627 (8-shot .357)

Some Explanations and Observations:

I find it interesting that a lot of folks (me included) like the Tanfoglio 10mm's. I almost picked Bren Ten for 10mm, but then thought about it and I really would rather have my Stock 10mm over the Bren Ten.

On the 45 - well, this would be a range toy for me, so if it's going to be a range toy anyway, why not super-size it to a double-shot....if I could only have one!

On the 44 magnum, I really hate 44 magnum in a revolver - just too much kick for me. I have a Desert Eagle 44, but I'm kind of bored with that. I'd much rather have two .357's.....so, sorry, I cheated.

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Old April 9, 2014, 01:58 PM   #35
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9mm = bhp
.40s&w = Glock g22
.45 = 1911 of some flavor ( carry, range, competition, nightstand? Different types but all 1911)
10mm = 1911 of some form. (Tried a glock. Too thick)


.357 = ruger gp100
. 44mag = ruger srh.


Now I have a confession to make. I would pick a bhp in .40 and a glock g22 for both the 9mm and .40. I would run a barsto conv barrel or a complete 9mm top on end on them for that caliber, and the stock top end for .40.

That way I can use bhp for both or glock for both.
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Old April 10, 2014, 08:19 AM   #36
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Semi- Auto

(1) S&W Shield

(2) Glock 23

(3) Les Baer Premier II

(4) Colt Delta Elite

Revolvers

(1) S&W 586 6"

(2) Ruger RedHawk
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Old April 11, 2014, 10:40 PM   #37
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9mm - CZ 75B
.40 - M&P40/Glock 22 (don't care, either will do)
.45 - 1911
10mm - ?? (Not interested)

.357 - GP100
.44 - ?? (Not interested)
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Old April 14, 2014, 01:17 PM   #38
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9mm - Glock 26
.40 S&W - Not interested
.45 ACP - Colt Commander
10mm - Colt Delta Elite

.357 mag - Not interested
.44 mag - Ruger Redhawk
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Old April 14, 2014, 07:05 PM   #39
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Pistols
1 9mm M&P Shield
2 .40 S&W M&P 40 fullsize
3 45 acp Sig P220
4 10 mm G20 < The only glock I've ever bought

Revolvers
1 .357 magnum S&W 686 6"
2 .44 magnum S&W 629 6"
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Old April 16, 2014, 09:13 AM   #40
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Pistols
1 9mm Kimber solo
2 .40 S&W Sig 229
3 45 acp Ed Brown Kobra Carry
4 10 mm Colt Delta Elite

Revolvers
1 .357 magnum Colt Python
2 .44 magnum S&W M27
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Old April 16, 2014, 05:22 PM   #41
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Pistols
1 9mm Glock 34
2 .40 S&W Don't know
3 45 acp Easy there is no 45 ACP other than a 1911 and get a Colt Gold cup
4 10 mm Don't know

Revolvers
1 .357 magnum S&W N frame 27
2 .44 magnum New S&W 69
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Old April 17, 2014, 03:45 PM   #42
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no guessing here

Quote:
Pistols
1 9mm
2 .40 S&W
3 45 acp
4 10 mm

Revolvers
1 .357 magnum
2 .44 magnum
Pistols:
1) EAA Witness (small frame)
2) same gun with 40 top end
3) 1911, Caspian of course
4) Glock M20 (all very custom, now long gone)

Revolvers:
1) 7.5" Redhawk
2) 5.5" Redhawk


And I have other guns....
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Old May 16, 2014, 12:10 PM   #43
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9MM: CZ SP-01 Tactical
.45ACP: RIA Tactical II

I have no use for .40, 10MM, .357 mag or .44 mag so in revolvers it would be my Colt DS and Cobra.
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Old May 16, 2014, 09:00 PM   #44
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I'll just go with the ones that i actually own...

...given that I have bought and sold quite a few to get here, and am pretty satisfied with what I have.

Pistols
1 9mm--Kahr PM9
2 .40 S&W--N/A...been there, done that, no interest.
3 45 acp--alloy framed Commander-sized 1911, currently an S&W 1911PD
4 10 mm--DW CBOB (although it may be replaced by a G-20SF one day. Or not.)

Revolvers
1 .357 magnum--S&W M66, 4"
2 .44 magnum--Nah, rather have my 4" M25 in .45LC
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Old May 22, 2014, 06:07 AM   #45
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Pistols
1 9mm - Glock 34
2 .40 S&W - HK USP
3 45 acp - 1911 5"
4 10 mm - 1911 6"

Revolvers
1 .357 magnum - Ruger GP100 4"
2 .44 magnum - S&W (Like Dirty Harry's - do not know model)
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Old May 23, 2014, 01:05 AM   #46
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Sig Sauer P226 Elite
Smith & Wesson M&P40 Pro Series C.O.R.E.
FN FNX
Colt Delta Elite

Colt Python 6" Stainless
Smith & Wesson 29 8 3/8" Blued
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Old May 23, 2014, 10:57 AM   #47
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1) Beretta M9A1
2) M&P
3) 1911
4) Smith 1076
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Old May 23, 2014, 05:29 PM   #48
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1. kahr pm9
2. kahr tp40
3. ria tac fs
none

1. dan Wesson 15-2
2. dan Wesson 44
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Old May 23, 2014, 05:34 PM   #49
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Here is what I have ;

Pistols
1 9mm ........ Browning Hi-Power
2 .40 S&W .... Glock G-27
3 45 acp ....... Glock 41
4 10 mm ....... Colt Gold Cup

Revolvers
1 .357 magnum ... S&W M-27 5" blue
2 .44 magnum .....S&W M-66 5" SS
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Old May 23, 2014, 11:14 PM   #50
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Pistols
1 9mm Browning Hi-Power
2 something that I could get the most money for when I sold it
3 1911
4 10 mm Colt Delta Elite

Revolvers
1 5" model 27
2 3" model 29 with tapered barrel
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