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Old October 12, 2012, 09:16 PM   #65
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"Need's got nothing to do with it."

That said ..... I can get by, in these tough economic times, and all the serious drains on my income, without many things.....

You need a J Frame size 38 Special for concealed carry.

You also need a J Frame size 22LR to practice with.

Then a K Frame in 2", 2-1/2", or 3" for more serious concealed carry.

Then you neee a 4" - 6" K or L Frame 38/357 for general purpose use.

Then a K Frame 22 for economical practice.

I don't carry a revolver, so I don't really need any of those......

Everyone needs atleast One 1911.

Everyone needs a Ruger MK III to plink with.

OK, I'm good with that .... and the .22/45 controls are in the right places for familiarization w/ 1911 style guns ..... I Carry a 1911 style gun .... Springer EMP ....

Then a Hunting Handgun in 41 Magnum, 44 Magnum, 454, 460 S&W, 480 Ruger, or 500 S&W. I personally love my 480 Ruger Super RedHawks.
I use a rifle for hunting .... handgun hunting is for folks that value style over substance: I want results, with a minimum of time and effort and money.

You also may need a 10mm/40 S&W Revolver or 40 S&W semi auto to shoot up all the 40 S&W range brass in.
You can always sell the Glocked stuff as bulk scrap, and sell/trade the good stuff to others....

[QUOTEEveryone needs a Barbecue Gun.

I'm not a flashy guy- the EMP would work for that, for me.
As far as you wanting more and more guns, and guns being a good investment ..... the one kinda leads to the other, don't it?
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