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Pistol or long guns?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by sprice, Feb 23, 2009.

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  1. Dan Wesson RZ-45 .45 ACP 1911

    7 vote(s)
    70.0%
  2. Remington 870 express tactical with Extra waterfowl barrel AND Marlin 336A and cheap scope

    3 vote(s)
    30.0%
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  1. sprice

    sprice Member

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    What gun(s) should I get next? A Dan Wesson RZ-45 (or insert here your favorite full size 1911 for about $1,000) or a Remington 870 express tactical with an extra barrel for waterfowl AND a Marlin 336A with cheaper end 4x scope ($50-$100)?

    I already have a Nice bolt action hunting rifle (browning white gold medallion), a 30-30 lever, a pump shotgun, a break action shotgun, a .22 ruger, and a 30/40 krag. As you can see I own no pistols so I'm just wondering what to get next, the pumpshotgun is a peice of junk, (h and r pardner pump) and I can't hit worth a damn with it. I love the side by side though; :)
     
  2. gvnwst

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    Well, i am not a big 1911 fan, and i need a 12ga shotgun to level off my collection, soooo.... My brother who lives near me has a 336, that i can borrow whenever i need it, so i would get the 870, and $300 worth of ammo and accessories for all my guns.
     
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  4. colemanw

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    if you already have the long guns go ahead and get the pistol... you will need something to fight your way to them-

    .45 yup yup
     
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