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I've dabbled with the P2340 & P320, but keep coming back to the classics. May just need to add a P226 to the mix soon.




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200, 225, and 228 without 226? Yeah, you really need to get on with the program, man.
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You have a P6 and that's cool.

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The P220 is my favorite. Yours Looks like a late '90s model.

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Nice! You do need a 226 and add an original 225. First Handgun I ever got was an old folded slide 226 and I loved it! Sadly it has gone well over 3 decades ago. Keep building the collection!

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228 is my favorite. That said, you definitely need a folded slide 226.

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