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Just gave you $1000.00

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Magnus1959, Jul 26, 2008.

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  1. Magnus1959

    Magnus1959 Member

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    What gun do you buy with that $1000.00?
     
  2. Walkalong

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  3. Pat-inCO

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    I had to add $250 to it to get a Kimber SIS Custom RL (OTD).
     
  4. DZL HOG

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    I can only buy one gun that has to be in $1K range?

    Since this would more less be "mad money" probly an AR15, or an EMP40. They are the ones on my long list in the $1K range that I "need" the least, just really want em.

    If I can buy 2 guns, CZ 75 and a S&W M&P9. Either way I may have to add alil to the initial amount.
     
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  6. burningsquirrels

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    Three CZ-40b pistols, a few hundred rounds of ammo, and a double whopper with fries and a Coke.
     
  7. crushbup

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    CZ75 with threaded barrel and suppressor. I think I might juuuuust make it, maybe a tidbit over.
     
  8. 3KillerBs

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    I'm a very careful shopper. With a little luck in the used gun case, I could get the Taurus 85 I'm saving for to be my carry gun, the Taurus PT92 I want as a competition pistol, and maybe even get the .22 rifle with the "small adult" stock I need because DH's Marlin is too long and too heavy for me.
     
  9. Blue Brick

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    Used P90, P89, and a New P95
    Or
    Used PC9 and a New P95
    Or
    New 464 (in 357M Hopefully) and a New SP101 in .38 Spl.+P
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    Two New Vaquero in 357M
     
  10. steelyblue

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    Reloading equipment will stretch it out the most, probably.
     
  11. knicks118

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    If it's within $1000 and can't be over and has to be a semi-auto pistol then HK USP tactical .45.

    [​IMG]
     
  12. bluetopper

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    The Dan Wesson PM9, 9mm 1911 I picked up today. The best, and best looking 9mm available. Mine was #22 of 30.

    And unlike other high-end manufacturors, yes, $1000 was enough.
     
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    I know where I can get a new DPMS Panther .308 for just under a $1000,I'd go get it...
     
  14. KingAirDriver

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    CZ-75 Compact Stainless, and maybe an M&Pc?
     
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    Since I am guessing our choices are among autoloader pistols.....

    .45 HK USP45 Compact or HK45 Compact

    and

    .45 RIA Tactical 1911
     
  16. az_imuth

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  17. R.W.Dale

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    MAB p15

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  18. M2 Carbine

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    Considering how the election may go I would buy a couple more Kel Tec PLR .223 pistols and put them away.

    Second choice would be to put some more money with the $1,000 and buy a 6th Kimber.
     
  19. Molasses

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    Krochus: I remember having one of those on layaway back around '85. Changed my mind and didn't go through with the purchase. Always wondered...

    Since this IS the semiauto handgun section of the site, I'm thinking the $1,000 would almost pay for a P7M8.
     
  20. Bushwhacker

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    Glock 23, 30 or 19 and buy some ammo.
    Still hand you $2 or 300 back....
     
  21. Dobe

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    I almost bought one today.
     
  22. theken206

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    ammo lol
     
  23. Brian Williams

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    What ever Norinco or Systema 1911 I can find first, then a few nice mods; a nice barrel/bushing and a gold bead front sight.
     
  24. Meowhead

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    1911 of some sort, probably Springfield Armory or maybe RIA, configured as close to mil-spec as I could manage.

    Then a CARBINE CONVERSION KIT
    http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/cb.aspx?a=453843 - isn't it awesome?

    actually no I wouldn't, that thing is the most hideous 1911 accessory I've ever seen in my LIFE. I'd get a ton of ammo instead
     
  25. weisse52

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    A COLT IS ALWAYS THE RIGHT ANSWER!

    Lots of nice pistols around for that price. Just let me know how you plan on sending the money.;)
     
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