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Taxman, Santa, and the OT bunny

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by SoCalShooter, Dec 23, 2006.

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  1. SoCalShooter

    SoCalShooter Member

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    That's for me to know and not you!
    So next year I am going to have a sufficient amount of funds to buy several weapons.

    I was gonna have a poll but I am gonna narrow it down, please tell me what you think.

    Thanks guys.

    (I dont have a shotgun yet.)

    Here we go:

    Remington 870 3" OD w/pistol grip/ 3 round mag ext/ rifled sights and its NIB w/ hardcase for it.

    CZ 95B .45acp

    Springfield 1911 GI

    Browning Buckmark Target 5.5

    Wanted a WWII era rifle maybe a nagant or a 98k please help me with that if you have any suggestions.
     
  2. RevolvingCylinder

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    If you want the 870, get it. Between the CZ 97B and the Springfield 1911, I would have a hard time deciding too. As far as the mil-surp goes, keep your eyes peeled and keep your options open. Look for an excellent specimen(condition) at a price you can afford. You never know what you'll stumble across when it comes to those mil-surps. It's part of the fun.

    You seem to be on the right track.
     
  3. SoCalShooter

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    That's for me to know and not you!
    I apologize it is the 97b. I was actually gonna get the springfield and the 97b. Here is the way I pictured it going down.

    Get the 870 for HD and maybe some hunting.

    Get the CZ97b for fun.

    The SpringField I was going to
    a.build it into a ball gun
    b.build it into a bullseye pistol

    Some may say that "hey socal you can get a good match gun for the same price you can build one for or less." (My FFL is a trained gunsmith and specializes in building 1911's" no major name or anything like that but he has a lot of experience and is willing to show me how to smith a 1911 thought I would take the time to do some "bonding" and some training.

    Was hoping someone on here had some experience with the CZ. Anyone?
     
  4. peteinct

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    CZ's rock

    Shooter, If you look it up there are lots of threads on CZ's of all types. I own several and like my 97 alot. However, it is big and may not fit your hand so I would try it before I bought one. It is accurate. The trigger is DA/SA so it is different than a 1911. I like mine but they aren't for everybody.
    pete
     
  5. Hemicuda

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    I'm getting money, you guys, what should I buy?

    umm... you should get what YOU want, not what people on a faceless internet forum want... but since you asked,

    skip that list, and get a Dan Wesson Patriot or Pointman - WHY, you ask, because that is what I (Hemi) want... and you asked MY opinion...

    Now, go think about what YOU want, then get it...
     
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