Ruger Lightweight Commander
"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose."
- Jim Elliot
Glock 42 and a P320 Compact.
|If you're gonna be a |
bear, be a Grizzly!
I bought one of the S&W Shield .45's as a CCW gun. First new pistol I've bought in 7-8 years.
Here's to the sunny slopes of long ago.
I bought another Sig P320sc in April, so I voted Sig. I would really like to know how many P320s Sig has sold to date, but I haven't been able to find any figures on that. Does anyone know if such figures are published?
CZ P10C and HK VP9 SK - Go Bucks!
SIG Sauer MK-25
NAA Pug in .22 mag.
Bought a 43 in April and looking at getting a 19 here within the next few months.
|Man of few words|
In February I decided to get out of 40/357 Sig. While at a gunshow I sold my 3 P229's and bought a 320 compact 45 and love it. Prior to deciding to sell my 229's I had gotten to handle my friend's 320 40 compact and loved how it felt in my hands and that made my decision easy and I have been very happy with the 320. I will eventually get another one in 9mm as well.
I've been indulging myself since Christmas. My last kid graduated, I have tuition money now. So...2 Beretta 84's, two 85's a WC 92 Brig, a WC 92 Compact, and most recently a Kimber DCR.
|Money won is sweeter |
than money earned
Bought a Wilson Combat X-Tac Elite just after the first of the year.
Einstein defines insanity as "Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results"
I just bought a Smith and Wesson 642, so I'm in the "other" category.
I had two Glocks (a G23 and a G32)when I first started shooting, but sold them. I wish I had kept my G23, not because I particularly enjoyed shooting it, but because it had an OD green frame, which doesn't seem to be in production anymore.
"Like a horse has its rider, and the sky has its moon, a man has his loneliness, mistaken as pride." -Longmire
|We gonna get some |
oojima in this house!
Gen 4 G26.
Im realizing that "feel" in the gun store seldom translates in to accuracy and shootability for me.
Hk VP series Feels great, nice trigger. Don't shoot it well.
Glock feels like a block with a spongy trigger. I shoot it like a laser beam.
Took me buying a few pistols to realize this. I'm ok with it now.
Also, I like DA/SA, but am finding less and less use for it really.
I love my P226 but it just seems clunky, heavy and overly complex to basically do what a G19 does.
I'm giving in to the plastic strikers I guess.
TCB all the time...
Gen 3 G26 new
I purchased a P239 in 357 Sig, but I also bought the Carry grip for my P320; the P320 is an incredible shooter. Very accurate and consistent--a breeze to handle. My first Sig was a P226 TacOps in .40 S&W, for which I got the 357 barrel, the 9mm caliber exchange kit, and a LaserMax guide rod laser. The utility of the P226 and the similar ease of handling keep me from selling it. My beside pistol rotates between the two--P226 and P320 Carry, both in 357 Sig. I don't think the praise for the P320 is hype--my two cents worth.
Single Action Army revolvers (very old school). Have enough plastic pistols but am considering a CZ P07 for the CCW rotation. I prefer hammers over strikers.
and a few others
Purchased a Sig full size 45acp 1911 Nightmare.
Absolutely love this gun. shoots like a dream.
I bought an HK VP9
I already have a Gen 4 Glock and looked at the other two listed before purchasing.
S&W 625 .45 acp 4 " revolver
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