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Load up all your handguns! How many rounds ready to go?

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by MedWheeler, Aug 30, 2013.

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  1. MedWheeler

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    Kind of a twist on the ole "how many you got?" threads.. Without disclosing how many handguns you have, mentally load 'em all up and let us know the total round count.

    Some rules: All chambers loaded and one magazine per gun (for those that take them.)

    Feel free to use the highest-capacity magazine you have for a particular gun, but only if it is/was offered by that gun's maker/importer as an optional accessory. For example, if you have a S&W 59-series mag for your Kel-Tec P11, don't count that one because Kel-Tec never sold it as an option for the P11. If you have an OEM magazine extension that adds capacity, you can use that, too (my P32 is counted as having an eight-round magazine because one of its OEM mags has been fitted with that accessory from KT.)

    Feel free to include black-powder handguns, but let us know how many rounds of the grand total would come from them.

    I'll go first. I count 148 rounds ready to fire, 12 of which would come from black-powder revolvers. Just to break it further, 53 of the cartridge rounds are in .22LR.
     
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  2. Girodin

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    My three 9x19 glocks alone would be 102 rounds with factory 33 rounders. I don't have the patience or inclination to add up all the others.
     
  3. Flfiremedic

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    Seems like a purely academic exercise, but I added it up out of curiosity. My number is 90.
     
  5. allaroundhunter

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    102, split between 4 handguns (no .22s).
     
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    What's 15+1 again?
     
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    9mm = 58 (4 guns)
    380 = 33 (4 guns)
    45acp = 20 (2 guns)
    22lr = 58 (8 guns)
    357 mag = 19 (3 guns)
    45 colt = 12 (2 guns)
    38 sp = 6 (1 gun)
    25 acp = 6 (1 gun)

    Total 222 total rounds (25 guns / 8.88 rds per gun average)
     
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    45 13+1, 15+1, 7+1, and 6+1
     
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    somewhere >= 1
     
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    109, with 12 black powder, by the strict letter of the exercise. However, if iwere to count traditional single action revolvers as five, not six, it'd be 105.

    Don't want to hypothetically shoot myself in the hypothetical arse, should I happen to hypothetically drop one on the hypothetical hammer, after all.
     
  14. Magnuumpwr

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    Semi-autos: 550 +. This is using round counts of mag supplied with gun from manufacture and not aftermarket hi-caps mags and drums. Revolvers: 76. Looking at this, it would appear my collection is lacking revolvers. No black powder. 40 rds of semi are 22. 16 rds of revolver are 22.
     
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  15. rcmodel

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    If I don't count semi-auto, pump, and lever-action rifles, shotguns, and single-shot pistols.

    rc
     
  16. PabloJ

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    One hundred JHPs for revolver in original box and six 15 round magazines for HD Glock.
     
  17. TennJed

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    OP stated 1mag per gun
     
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    I figure about 234 if I didn't miscount.
     
  19. Byrd666

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    Just for handguns on hand/in the house - 82.
    The other is - 8

    TTL- 90
     
  20. MaterDei

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    Revolver: 18 (all .22LR)
    Semi-Auto: 76 (44 .22LR)
    Total: 94
     
  21. Sergei Mosin

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    Interesting question. Up to 152 rounds in the handguns.
     
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    I guess I need some more pistols: only 41 (and that includes a 22-round mag).

    Too bad I gave up my NAA. That got me a little closer to 50, and that extra firepower surely would help. :D
     
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    If I counted correctly it's 585 but Mat is correct and I need to subtract 7 to keep our toes safe.
     
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    54.

    if I'm allowed to use the P30 mags in my P2000SK's though, it'd be 64.
     
  25. JohnKSa

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    Fun exercise...

    550
     
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