Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by 460Shooter, Jun 5, 2014.
I have 3 glock 19s and 1 glock 26 in various locations (car, carry, upstairs, downstairs)
3 6920s - one that I shoot, 2 for parts or for a friend to use.
If you like 1911s,SAAs,BHP,Glocks,SIG and the like I bet most have more than one example.
I liked my G20 so much I bought second one just like it. Although I haven't shot either in quite some time now I have so many magazines and so much ammo I'm looking for third one. This one will be classic Gen II with non-drop free magazine, oh boy! No rail for light, no finger grooves, forged extractor, different specs for ejection port....mamma mia!
Two of the Same Kind ?
1895 Russian Nagant : One Tula mfg. 1941, and an Izhevsk mfg. 1943 followed by a Russian symbol meaning "Year of God".
Several things intrigued me, such as : the history, ruggedness, unusual design, but most of all "the inexpensive price" at the right time. Now it is not as readily available as before.
What's not to like ?
You know the HS2000 as the XD9 which Springfield Armory now imports
I have two CZ-82s. I have a CZ-83 in .380 and one in .32 ACP. I have four Bersa Thunders: one in .380, one in .32 ACP, and two in .22 LR. (Actually, one of the .22s is a FireStorm, but it's the same gun.) I have two Kel-Tec P32s and two Beretta 950 Jetfire .25 ACP pocket pistols.
I have two Izhmash Biathlon Basic rifles (.22 LR). I have two Finnish Mosin-Nagant M39 rifles.
Some people say I have a problem ...
Two gen3 glock 19's.
Soon to be two gen3 27's as well as two p229s.
The first one of anything I buy ends up bein sentimental for some reason. The first I keep in good shape and the second one I wear out.
Same way with folders (griptillians, endures, etc.)
Same thing with my first truck. Duplicates are common around here.
extremely accurate. Because of the Sears connection they went for peanuts back in the 80's. I liked the first one so much that when I ran across a second one in mint condition for a song I had to buy it. I keep one sighted in with 150 grain Winchester Power Points for deer and pigs and the other sighted in with 180 grain Nosler Partition Light Magnums for elk.
I just bought a third, this time a Model 51, which is the same as a 50 except it has a fancier stock. Some bozo shot ammo in it that was so corrosive it pitted the barrel, despite the chrome lining. I haven't decided whether to have it bored out to 35 Whelen or to rebarrel it to 25-06. Either way it won't be a 30-06.
Then there's Mossberg 500s. They come from the factory slightly rough, but a few minutes with an Arkansas stone makes them slick as grease. I have an 8 shot for HD, a 20" barrel camo for turkeys, one with a rifled barrel and Monte Carlo stock for slugs and a fourth I haven't decided what to do with yet. I have a nephew who's interested in hunting, maybe he'll get it.
Don't get me started on 10/22s or M1 Carbines.
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