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G27, PPk, Ruger single action.


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Kahr p/cw pistols. Ive had a p9, cw9, cw45. They fit my hand so well but don't carry any easier for me than a g19 but with half the rounds. I still have a cw380 that I pocket carry and will be a keeper.
 
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P229’s. Have owned multiples through the years.


Same here, I think I’ve bought and sold 4 of them.


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1911 no doubt about it.
 
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This thread reminds me of women complaining about their bad boy complexes but instead w/ guns. Big Grin
 
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Maybe we need to form a support group.




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Glock 21. I’ve owned three since they first came out in the 90s. I wanted to like them but just couldn’t get used to the grip size. Didn’t have any other issues with the pistol except it felt like I was trying to hold on to a brick.
 
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I went from an HK45 to a 45c and back to the 45. Broke even each time. Cool


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For me it is .22 semi autos. At one time I have four different Ruger 10/22 and a few various brands of hand guns. Don't have any right now and plan to keep it that way. But a .22 conversion for one of my Glock's keeping popping into my head....


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P229’s. Have owned multiples through the years.


Same. Love the gun, absolutely cannot shoot one worth a damn. Don’t know what it is.
 
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P229’s. Have owned multiples through the years.


Same. Love the gun, absolutely cannot shoot one worth a damn. Don’t know what it is.


Only own one of each HK P30L and CZ Scorpion EVO 3 but bought a lot of mags and with Scorpion spent money on furniture and other accessories. Oh well!


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I've never bought a second one of something I got rid of. I'd consider another Beretta 92, as I like them, but I have several similar 9mms, so I don't really have any particular use for one.




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Not an issue. Kinda like a Roach Motel...



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Glock 21. I’ve owned three since they first came out in the 90s. I wanted to like them but just couldn’t get used to the grip size. Didn’t have any other issues with the pistol except it felt like I was trying to hold on to a brick.


I felt the same way until I stumbled upon a 21SF RTF2. I found a 10mm upper that makes the gun one of my favorites.
 
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This thread is therapy. I too thought I had a real defect for doing this. I have done it with Berettas, Smith model 60's, but my real drug is the 10mm Glocks.
 
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K frame 357’s & various 10mm’s.
 
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Glock 26s.

I love buying them but just won't keep them. They're always the first to go. My thought process in "G26 buy mode" goes like this: "Well, it'll accept high capacity Glock magazines, and it's one of the most accurate compacts made. It shoots like a far bigger pistol."

Then, when I get into "G26 sale mode," my thought process goes like this: "Well, there's nothing I can do with the G26 that I can't do with a G19. After all, it only holds a few more bullets than a G43, which is a lot thinner." It's a disease, I tell you.

Runners up: Glock 21 (softest shooting .45 out there, super accurate, and too dang big for my carney hands). 1911s (I've owned 6, and 5 wouldn't run out of the box, so I sold them, but want another). Basically, I just love guns, and for that, I cannot apologize!
 
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.44 mags! Desert Eagle, Ruger, and a whole bunch of the various Smith Model 29s. The Desert Eagle kicked the brass back in my face- had to go. The Blackhawk and the Vaquero- maybe I thought I was a cowboy- I'm not so they had to go. Model 29- shout out to Dirty Harry, but I got over it. Hunted alot with a 629 when I lived in Montana- but I moved so it had to go. Snub nosed 629, for all the emergency Kodiak Bear killing I needed to do, cept we seem a little light on the big Brown Bears here in California. I now have a 329PD. In case of Mountain Lions, the savage Black bear and zombie tweakers. It really isn't pleasant to shoot. The thought of it makes me smile- the thought of shooting it, not so much. The 329PD has more recoil than the 500. I've had a S&W 500, and a Desert Eagle 50. Something about those 44s. I love em. And I hate em too. Anyone looking for a 329PD????
 
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CZs. I acknowledge they are fantastic guns, feel great, shoot great just dont work for me. I've had about 4-5 variations.

I keep buying and selling 226s as well and Damn I want another one. I have SAOs but now I'm finding I miss DA/SA.
 
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Ruger LCRs, for me. I've had three of them. The third (and final) one was acquired in the perfect caliber/capacity for me (.327 Federal Magnum), so I no longer have reason to sell/trade a LCR.
I hope.
 
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