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Legacy .45?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by joelh, Mar 26, 2011.

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  1. joelh

    joelh Member

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    My Dad bought the best guns he could afford and took care of them. They were good middle of the road production guns. A S&W model 67 and an early Ruger MK 1. He passed them down to me and my intent is to pass them down to my children. I have started adding to the collection by buying the best that I can afford. My first purchase was a Sig p226.

    I would like to start saving for a .45 and would like to again buy a gun that will last both mine and my children's lifetimes. What .45 would you buy to fit this need? I would love a Les Baer, but my budget is probably closer to $1k
     
  2. Kingofthehill

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    Anything or 1911?

    $1,000 .45 that i feel is cool enough to be passed down in generation would be

    Sig 220 Equinox
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    Springfield Lightweight Operator
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    Colt Railgun
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    Dan Wesson Cbob (if you can still find one for their more "Normal" prices)
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    STI Trojan
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    EAA Witness Limited
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    S&W 1911 E series
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  3. Kingofthehill

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    CZ75 Shadow Target

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    H&K HK45
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    HK USP Tactical 45
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    Springfield 6" .45 longslide... SAWEEEEEEEEEET!
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    Springfield Black stainless .45 (My personal baby)
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