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What are you buying with a $1000 'allowance?'

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by maskedman504, Apr 8, 2012.

  1. maskedman504

    maskedman504 Well-Known Member

    Wifey said I can take $1000 from the tax refund and buy a pistol- specific about that. Also, something she can handle- she shoots my Commander 1911 in .40 no problem. I kinda wanted a CZ-97BD, but that is too big for her hands. I have a H&R .22lr revolver through Springfield Trophy Match 1911s- whatever is cool and I can get commercial ammo for.

    I am kinda considering a Beretta Modello 1934 or a low end Luger, but I am open to anything for historic significance; however, I am open to new and old.

    Give me some ideas! ;)
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2012
  2. wrs840

    wrs840 Well-Known Member

    If I didn't already own three, I'd buy a 3rd gen S&W 5904 used for $375 or so, and spend the other $625 on ammo. My wife likes 3rd gens too though...
  3. mljdeckard

    mljdeckard Well-Known Member

    Just bought it. A Para-Ordnance SF-45A commemorative for my recent deployment.
  4. CDW4ME

    CDW4ME Well-Known Member

    Springfield EMP 40 (3'' 1911 with steel frame, sweet shooting)
    Kahr P9 (slim grip the wife may really like, will have money left for ammo)

    Compact Glock 19/23
    Sub-compact Glock 26/27
  5. JimStC

    JimStC Well-Known Member

  6. ku4hx

    ku4hx Well-Known Member

    Powder: Power Pistol, True Blue, Bullseye and IMR 4895 & IMR 4350

    Primers: Small & Large Pistol; Small & Large Rifle

    Alloy: Hard Ball; a ton will do

    New brass: 10mm

    Once Fired Brass: 9x19, .45 ACP, .40 S&W, 7.62x39, .30-'06, .357 Magnum, 38 Special, .44 Magnum

    Bullets: 30 cal - 150 & 125 grain PSP; Pistol Calibers to mate w/ cases

    Spare parts: All guns and all presses

    Got guns; want components
  7. Chuck R.

    Chuck R. Well-Known Member

    No allowance this year, or last year.

    I’m writing a check for this year, and 1st quarters estimated tax to help cover for the 47%.....:cuss:


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