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Caliber wars!

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by ThatGiantMidGet, Jan 26, 2013.

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  1. meanmrmustard

    meanmrmustard Member

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    We have a winner!!!
     
  2. BlindJustice

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    FYI/FWIW

    I have read of the Denmark army puts out 2 man teams to census the polar bear population on Greenland. They must get re-supplied by helo
    when they aren't near the bears. They are armed with a .30-06 bolt action rifle and for the sidearm, a Glock 20.

    Randall
     
  3. sidheshooter

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    Here we go:

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    Seriously, though, I can't believe that we haven't posted this one yet:


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  4. Bob Bonillas

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    The 40 was developed because the recoil of the 10mm was too much for the women and the men who's revolvers are most likely a "Lady Smith"
     
  5. CDW4ME

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    I have a 29 SF. :)
     
  6. CDW4ME

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    I have a Glock 29 SF 10mm as noted in post above.

    However, the 29 SF is not as small as the true subcompact size 27
    Sometimes the 27 is a better choice for concealment due to the smaller size.
    Therefore, the 40 S&W serves a very important role...
    without it I would be forced to carry a 9mm Glock 26
     
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