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Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by clance, Aug 12, 2014.

  1. film495

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    wanted to finally take a team photo

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  2. NIGHTLORD40K

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    No polymer in sight, love it!
     
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    This is my newest addition.

    I say my, but it is my wife's! Hence why the green laser is mounted.

    She has been carrying a Ruger LCRx in .38 for a few years and wanted some more rounds available.

    I know, I know, why didn't you get her a XXXXXXX in XX cal?

    I am married, and happily because I have learned to shut up sometimes! Nobody's happy unless Mama's happy! At least she can rack it, and 11 rounds of .22 Stinger will most likely give her a good running start. At 5'0" and 95 lbs she'd be hard to shoot too.

    It's actually a pretty good shooter too!
     
  5. bannockburn

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    film495

    Love the all metal family photo!
     
  6. bannockburn

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    Nice Kimber, especially with those custom grips!

    One of life's truest lessons!

    If she's happy with her Ruger SR22 then everyone's happy and all is well in your world!
     
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  7. Graywolf686

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    72AE12E4-D74E-47A6-BBFC-FAA61C37EA14.jpeg C46E7363-7737-45DC-8691-6AD5AF3B100B.jpeg F6E07509-C4EE-405D-85A9-2AA84814BD40.jpeg AC0C8776-36F6-49B5-979E-1470EFBC8B0B.jpeg Here’s mine, S&W 60-9 a 686-3 Colt Government 45 and a RIA GI 45
     
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  9. Graywolf686

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    Thanks the m60 grips are Herrett’s
     
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  11. NIGHTLORD40K

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    Just finished .32-20 Hand Ejector refinish. Cant wait to shoot it!
    20191009_214524.jpg Before........
     
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    7B2E838B-83A1-4A3B-8571-D990FAB8DDBE.jpeg A small sample and only the cap guns. :)
     
  14. tuckerdog1

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    Developing a "thing" for 1911s.
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    STI Black Guardian 45 ACP
    STI Trojan 9mm
    Ruger SR1911 10mm
    Desert Eagle 1911C 45 ACP
    Sig Sauer STX 45 ACP
    Taurus PT1911 45 ACP
    GSG 1911 22lr
     
  15. bannockburn

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    Nice selection of 1911s! Any one stand out or are they all pretty much your favorites?
     
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  16. bannockburn

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    Very cool display set-up!

    Kind of reminds me of something James West had in his private railway car.
     
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  17. tuckerdog1

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    Hard to pick an outright favorite. Would probably be the Trojan. Easy shooter, and easily the most accurate. The Desert Eagle always leaves a grin on my face. Just got the Guardian and haven't had a chance to shoot it yet. Hopes are high for that one. Had the Taurus the longest & have the most rounds through that one. It has been an excellent pistol. I do not recall a malfunction of any type ever. It is also very accurate. Now that I can afford somewhat "better" guns, I've thought about using it as trade material toward a "better" pistol. But it's been so good, I just know it would become one of those "I'm such an idiot. Why did I ever trade that away?" guns.
    But yeah, like 'em all & want more.

    Tuckerdog1
     
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  18. Graywolf686

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    Yep been there done that
     
  19. Jeff olson

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    1027191426.jpg 1027191426a.jpg 1027191427.jpg 1027191428a.jpg A few of mine
     
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  20. jmohme

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    My EDC and nightstand guns are all Glocks, and since they all look alike, I wont waste space with pictures.

    My favorite is my Contender.
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    My latest aquisitoin is a new to me CZ 75B
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    I am really liking this one. I have never held a handgun that felt so right in my hand before.
     
  21. hotshot357

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    jmohome, you are absolutely right about the CZ. I recently purchased one and every time I get near it I have to pick it up. It just "feels right"!!!
     
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  22. RA40

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    Photo practice with the Springfield 1911:
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  23. RA40

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    A couple hours later was this variation.

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  24. Michael Tinker Pearce

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    A pair of custom Taurus's (Taurii?) Top is an old Falcon .38, bottom an M85
     
  25. RA40

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    Feathering the softbox...
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