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SIG P226


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why so little love for revolvers?


For hunting, camping, fishing, maybe a trail jaunt (don't do those things like I used to/want to Frown …), the semi-autos stay home. The stainless S&W or Ruger revolvers get some love then.
 
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Gen 4 Front Serrations Glock 19


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I made it so far,
now I'll go for more
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S&W Performance Center DK in 38 Super.
Yes, it’s a 1911

Outstanding in every way,
Bob


I am no expert, but think I am sometimes.
 
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S&W 659
 
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S & W 3913
 
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Springfield Milspec Champion that I’ve had worked over is my easiest to shoot. I’m probably a smidge better with my Glock 19


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This week my HK VP9.
 
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STI 2011 9mm


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My favourite & the one that I shoot the best has always been this one:


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Walther PPQ M1 in 9mm. Unmodified, it just worked right out of the box.


You knew the job was dangerous when you took it, Fred! - Henry Cabot Henhouse III, aka "SuperChicken"
 
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Les Baer PII.
 
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SIG P365
 
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I carry a S&W M60 snubbie, but my "go to" gun is the Beretta 92FS. I own at least a representative sample of everything else but the 92 FS is just my favorite.



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Gen 4 Glock 17, but a Gen 5 Glock 19 MOS is a rising star.

After many years, I just trust the brand in 9mm more than anything else.
 
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SIG Sauer P226 in 9mm.


The only handgun I choose to carry.


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My "Raiders" homage 1917 S&W, for sure.


"Dead Midgets Handled With No Questions Asked"
 
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BlackAgnes: Are you a god?



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My EDC is a S&W Shield 9X19mm
 
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RichardC

Yes, but a minor deity. Working on getting promoted...


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