A revolver with frangible ammunition should pretty much do that.
I'm pretty happy with my 229 DAK 9MM.
CZ PCR in stainless steel, with the CGW Pro-package, bushing, and optics ready.
DAO Glock single stack compact 2-sum (9mm, 357SIG, .40S&W)
327 Magnum autoloader long slide.
17HMR same as above.
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A compact Glock X-frame model in 40S&W, with the regular Gen5 flared magwell opening (without half moon cutout), and with a Gen4 slide stop configuration so the third pin is retained thus no fattened slide is needed to maintain structural integrity of the gun. Specific milled provision (no generic MOS) for a Type 2 RMR. Racking ears like the VP9, and aggressive checkering fields instead of the customary slide serrations (saw it on a customized CZ Shadow once; looked awesome and more than likely worked great as well). In deep, deep black and a slide made in stainless. nDLC may actually do the job, but why chance it? Especially considering MY OWN corrosive secretions that come from my sweat pores. A factory trigger modeled after the ZEV bow with a TP9SF break and reset. Despite the added complexity, an ambi lever mag release ala VP9 or PPQ M1. Standard lands and grooves rifled barrel pack; includes 40, 357SIG, 9mm, and 22TCM...in standard length AND threaded...and a factory 22LR conversion kit to boot! Barrels and controls finished in a dark grey for a subtle contrast from the remaining black of the gun.
That would be my kind of awesomeness!
That or a SP-01-based CZ Shadow Target in SAO with a Glock-like grip angle.
Now ... that's a first!
P226 Elite or Legion sized frame with beavertail and a striker-fired top end. All stainless.
P226 Legion SAO 9mm all stainless with a 5 inch barrel.
For $1200-$1300 dollars.
"She should make sandwiches for everyone here."
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Smith & Wesson Performance Center 5903. Bar-Sto barrel. Blued frame. No rail. Rounded trigger guard. Stainless slide with polished flats. Novak Lo-Mounts. Curved backstrap. Frontstrap checkered 30 lpi. Single-sided safety. No mag safety. Full-capacity mags. Guaranteed replacement parts availability. Somehow available in CA. That'll do.
A Browning Hi Power with three changes:
integral frame rail
shorter trigger reset.
more distinct trigger reset.
All of the other things I'd change I can/have already done:
5lb crisp trigger
better thumb safety
extended slide stop.
Sig P225 and a bunch of non-sigs.
I have two fantasy guns that I've often thought would be great to have.
First, I'd love it if S&W would bring back the 2" Model 12 K-frame in .38 Special (maybe in .357 Magnum), but made using their scandium-alloy frame with stainless steel components, and available with a factory bobbed/DAO hammer and no internal lock. It would also feature dovetail sights like they have on their 640 Pro.
Second, a CCO 1911-type pistol, but with Sig's DAK trigger and an external extractor. Also, since they're no longer needed, there would be no grip safety and no thumb safety.
*hides from 1911 purists*
"It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts." Sherlock Holmes
HK P7 with a Walther PPQ grip and Trijicon HD sights. 15 round capacity. And it never gets hot.
The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man... and give some back. -Al Swearengen
I guess mine would be:
A Gen4 Glock 33 with;
An Overwatch Precision trigger and OEM - connector coated in NP3 and;
Pierce +1 mag extensions and;
A lightened all steel striker coated in NP3 and a safety plunger coated in NP3;
A + power trigger return spring and;
Trijicon HD XR sights with green/yellow front;
A little frame work to relieve Glock knuckle
Yup, I guess that would be it because that's what I've been carrying and what the gun has evolved to be
Plus I can throw a Glock 26 upper on it any time I want
Originally posted by Psychobastard:
Well, we "gave them democracy"... not unlike giving a monkey a loaded gun.
Sphinx made it then Kriss fucked it up.
All right, but when they attack the car, save the radio
225 in .357 Sig.....That is all........Zebulon
1. a totally worked-over kahr T9, parts polished, milled for trijicon hd sights, custom wood grips a la nill griffe.
2. a polymer, striker pistol with moisture-absorbing material on grip for sweaty hands, custom grip geometry to minimize feel of recoil, custom trigger, ambi mag release above trigger guard, auto slide closing upon inserting mag, grip safety a la hk p7
The Annihilator 2000, invented by Serge in Beverly Hills Cop III.
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P30 with Greyguns trigger work, night sights, and factory extra capacity mags.
All I've had all day is like six gummy bears and some scotch...
Ok, I've read enough responses to focus. Give me the CZ P01 or PCR in stainless. Factory standard with a good Cajun style action out of the box. Replace CZ’s goofy sight cuts with std. dovetails so is CZ guys can actually use all the sight options you other guys get. Plus, add a small “wing”, ala the VP9 so that you can rack the tiny ass slide. Oh, and make a boxed set with a Kadet adapter, adj, sights also with that wing for racking.
I’ll take two please.
Thanks, don't really care for the Promag line of mags. If only Sig could have widened up the frame a teeny bit to allow a 10 rd. mag. Just not as wide as a 228. I like my 228 as well, but that 225 just has a nicer feel to it, maybe with a double stack mag it would feel the same as a 228...I dunno.
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