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What is the last gun that you bought?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by full metal, Jun 23, 2007.

  1. bigfatdave

    bigfatdave Well-Known Member

    Very cool!

    Those JMB designs are fascinating on their own, as well as being interesting "pre-M1911" designs.

    Do you intend to shoot it?
  2. TennJed

    TennJed Well-Known Member

    I will be picking up a Colt Double Eagle MKII 45 tomorrow
  3. allin

    allin Well-Known Member

    380 Bodyguard
  4. TRP1

    TRP1 Well-Known Member

    50AE Desert Eagle
  5. Jlr2267

    Jlr2267 Well-Known Member

    Ruger Redhawk 5.5" vintage 1984
  6. SeanSw

    SeanSw Well-Known Member

    Taurus tcp 738fs. Just 50 rounds through it so far but I am impressed for the cost. Great trigger for a micro .380!
  7. kimberkid

    kimberkid Well-Known Member

    Kimber Super Carry Custom and a nice pair of Colt #4 Lord & Lady derringers in the felt lined box
  8. mavracer

    mavracer Well-Known Member

    Mossad Tanfoglio
  9. Picked up a blued 4 inch Ruger GP100 with houge grips. This baby is a Keeper. I like it so much I just might get another one.

    My S&W M&P 40 is garbage BTW. S&W semi's are no longer welcomed in my safe. My M&P 9 was great after my gunsmith worked on it but this M&P40 is garbage. I'm going to send the recording of the noisy trigger.
  10. aarondhgraham

    aarondhgraham Well-Known Member

    H&R Sidekick,,,

    I found this little thing at The Evil Pawn Shop,,,
    The serial number dates it to 1985/86,,,
    The last years of production.


    I honestly think it's unfired,,,
    There is not one blemish anywhere,,,
    And nothing around the forcing cone or top-strap.

    $225.00 out the door.


  11. Magnuumpwr

    Magnuumpwr Well-Known Member

    Glock G31 gen4 357sig. Bought it while picking up my cerakoted Llama MiniMax.
  12. marv

    marv Well-Known Member

    S&W M642. In my pocket right now.
  13. TennJed

    TennJed Well-Known Member

    Where is the pic if the Llama. I would love to see the refinish job
  14. ArmedLiberal

    ArmedLiberal Well-Known Member

    Ruger Blackhawk .45 Colt, 5" barrel, Blue.
  15. Dunkelheit

    Dunkelheit Well-Known Member

    Win1892 Trapper Deluxe Takedown .357 Mag from Miroku.

  16. Lj1941

    Lj1941 Well-Known Member

    1895 Nagant

    This is the only handgun that I wish I hadn't bought. I buy guns to shoot not to look at. The trigger is so bad that I am sure the Soviets only possible use was to shoot someone in a kneeling position in the back of the head.:evil:
  17. btg3

    btg3 Well-Known Member

    Stripped lower. (Whether or not it shoots, it's registered as a gun. :rolleyes:)
  18. Magnuumpwr

    Magnuumpwr Well-Known Member

    This gun is not new, but the finish is.

    "The trigger is so bad that I am sure the Soviets only possible use was to shoot someone in a kneeling position in the back of the head." By Lj1941
    Lj, that is horrible and funny at the same time!
    Last edited: Nov 9, 2013
  19. sinbad339

    sinbad339 Well-Known Member

    First "plastic", striker fired handgun

    When it comes to handguns, I'm an all steel with a hammer kind of guy. I own a CZ75 Compact, a Jerico (CZ75 clone), 92FS, and a Sig Fastback Carry 1911. But for a smaller carry gun, I just picked up an SR9C, striker fired, poly framed handgun. After my first range trip, I'm liking it a LOT. The trigger feels much better than other striker handguns I've tried. I was concerned about the small size (compared to what I'm used to), but I shot it quite well, and even fast follow-ups were good. I like everything about the gun so far, and if it proves reliable, I think it going to make a great carry gun along with the CZ and Sig.
  20. Ignition Override

    Ignition Override Well-Known Member

    A first handgun: WW2 German Sauer 38H (.32 acp); military variant, which won't arrive for two weeks. Only the cracked Bakelite grips were replaced, very typical. This series has both the safety and decocker levers for the internal hammer/striker. A friend found the DA pull decent, and the SA very crisp.

    It is very similar to the modern Sig 230/232 descendants.
    Last edited: Nov 10, 2013

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