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How many of one make?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by glenns, Oct 26, 2011.

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  1. glenns

    glenns Member

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    I was reading the HK website and someone mentioned they had 15 HKs.

    I have 5 Glocks - G17, G21, G22 (2) and a G26.

    How many guns from one manufacturer do you have? What is the manufacturer?
     
  2. 1SOW

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    CZ. Two They have more models than the Pres. has debt.
    Would like two more. :)
     
  3. west.22

    west.22 Member

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    6 rugers
     
  4. ku4hx

    ku4hx Member

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    10 Rugers
     
  5. ugaarguy

    ugaarguy Moderator Staff Member

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    3 S&W wheel guns, and one S&W long gun. More relevant to this sub forum, several 1911s of various makes.
     
  6. holdencm9

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    Just one :-( although it makes it easier, when referring to "The Ruger" or "The Beretta" no one gets confused.
     
  7. HOOfan_1

    HOOfan_1 Member

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    As far as autoloading pistols, I don't have multiples of anything

    1 Walther
    1 FNH
    1 Lllama
    1 Ruger .22
    1 Glock

    If we are talking guns all together
    7 Savage/Stevens
    6 Mossbergs
    6 Rugers including 4 wheel guns
     
  8. Y-T71

    Y-T71 Member

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    I have many guns from different manufacturers as well as multiples of the same gun model.

    A lot of shooters seem to subscribe to the "two is one and one is none" mindset of parts availability in case one breaks and simplifying training but I didn't intentionaly set out to acquire the multiples, it just worked out that way over the years.

    I have 8 S&W's
    (2) 6" 629's
    (2) 4" 66's

    5 Ruger handguns (7 total firearms: (2) 10/22's)
    (2) MkII .22's
    (2) Stainless 4" Security Sixes

    3 CZ's
    (2) 75b's

    3 Springfield Armorys
    (2) XD's

    3 1911's of various makes
     
  9. MCgunner

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    7 Rugers, though one's a rifle and one's a cap and ball and 2 are single action revolvers.

    3 Taurus DA revolvers

    3 NAA minis.

    2 Rossis with a 3rd a rifle.

    2 Piettas

    5 Remingtons (rifles and a shotgun)

    3 CVAs

    One of this, one of that, and a partridge in a pear tree.

    19 long guns and 26 handguns all together .... I think. One thing's for sure, more to come. :D
     
  10. Skribs

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    I like having multiples of one make, because I am a big proponent of brand loyalty. If you find a brand that works for you, then stick with it! Glocks have a similar MOA, but a Glock and an M&P will have a slightly different MOA, meaning you have to remember more with the split.

    Personally, I don't have too many of one make at the moment (2 rugers, 2 XDms), but down the line I would like to have several XDms.
     
  11. 97guns

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    7 rugers
    4 colts
    3 glocks
    3 smiths
    3 taurus - no more
     
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  13. Bozwell

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    I'm guilty of stocking up on a single brand as well. I have 4 CZ's - Shadow custom, Pro-Tek I, 75B LE and a Phantom. I feel like I've got all my bases covered when it comes to CZ's now so I don't know what I'll end up getting next. That said, were I to find a good deal on a used 75 or 75B for a project gun, it'd be hard to pass that up. :p Oh, and I also have a CZ 82, but it's currently a bag of parts that's on its way to the shop for some refinishing work.

    My next handgun will probably be a 1911 of some flavor, but that'll likely be quite a ways down the road.
     
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    2 Springfield Armory, 2 Glocks and 2 Brownings.
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  15. JustinJ

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    Multiple Models of Same Manufacturer:

    2 Glocks- 21SF 3rd Gen and 22 4th Gen
    3 HK - P2000sk .357 sig and P2000 .40 and HK UMP conversion
    4 Ruger - LC9 and LCP and P85 and MarkIII
    2 SW - MP .40 and .357 mag revolver (Mod 13 i think?)
     
  16. John Stimson

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    about a dozen Hartford Arms .22 semi autos
    about 25 dozen High Standards in .22 LR and .22 short
    5 High Standard 9mm prototypes
     
  17. glenns

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    I thought there would be a lot of people with multiple Glocks but it seems like Rugers are winning.

    I have 3 SAs - (1) xd ; and (2) 2 1911's.
     
  18. mgmorden

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    3 Ruger handguns - P95, Standard .22, LCP (4 Ruger guns overall if I throw in my 10/22)
    2 CZ's - CZ-52, CZ-82 (used to have a CZ-75 too but I sold it)
    2 S&W's - S&W 64-3 and M&P 9L

    Unlike a host of Glocks though, the individual guns within those brands bear little resemblance to one another. My 64-3 and my M&P 9L might both be stamped S&W, but that's about where the similarities end :).
     
  19. DeepSouth

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    4 Remington's (including long guns)
    3 Springfield's
    3 Ruger's
    2 Browning's
    2 Smith's
     
  20. swiftak

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    15 Rugers
    4 Remingtons
    3 CZs
    3 S&Ws
    2 SA
    I think everything else is 1s.
     
  21. reb27

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    Four GLOCKs- two Gen 3 G-17s, two Gen 3 G-19s (actually one of my G-19s is a Gen 3.5 RTF)

    Three S&W Revolvers- Model 10, Model 28, Model 36
     
  22. Wishoot

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    Lessee...

    4 CZ's
    2 Rugers
    2 Brownings
    1 S&W

    I feel like I'm missing something though.
     
  23. Mr.Blue

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    4 - S&W

    Long Guns
    4 - Remingtons
     
  24. MCMXI

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    From high to low of the manufacturers that I have more than one of, both handguns and rifles. On a side note, 19 of the firearms below are chambered for .45 caliber cartridges, either .45 ACP (12), .45 Colt (6) or .454 Casull (1).

    8 SIGs
    7 Ruger revolvers
    4 Marlin lever action rifles
    3 Accuracy International rifles
    3 Remington 700s
    3 Ed Brown 1911s
    2 Dan Wesson 1911s
    2 Kimber 1911s
    2 USFA revolvers

    Almost sounds like a well known Christmas song ... "five gold rings, four calling birds, three french hens, two turtle doves, and a partridge in a pair tree" ... the gold rings could be Leupold optics. I have more than five but none with a gold ring. ;)
     
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    Walther: 7
    Bersa:4
    FN:4
    S&W:4
    Colt:2
     
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