Your favorite handgun.

Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby huntntech » Sun Jul 07, 2013 2:11 pm

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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby Tomkat » Sun Jul 07, 2013 3:21 pm

Very nice



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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby huntall6 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 5:08 pm

This guy is quickly becoming my favorite
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby Tomkat » Wed Jul 10, 2013 5:12 pm

What am I looking at? Wilson Combat?
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby huntall6 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 5:46 pm

Turkish made. Girsan. Been far better than expected. Bought for a project gun but the more I shoot it the more I think I may keep it as is besides the grips. 525 with ffl fee from buds including shipping
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby DeadEye_Dan » Fri Jul 12, 2013 10:27 am

30+ year old Sig P6...

Sent it to Robar a couple years ago as the slide was looking pretty worn. Had the slide done in Roguard black and the controls done in NP3 - wears like iron.

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Made in a country that no longer exists -

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Added a set of XS Big Dot tritium sights when I got it back from Robar

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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby IndianaMallard64 » Thu Jul 25, 2013 9:51 am

DeadEye_Dan wrote:30+ year old Sig P6...

Sent it to Robar a couple years ago as the slide was looking pretty worn. Had the slide done in Roguard black and the controls done in NP3 - wears like iron.

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Made in a country that no longer exists -

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Added a set of XS Big Dot tritium sights when I got it back from Robar

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Never seen a black gun with that many silver accents, looks unique, not my style but for sure cool
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby Olefart » Thu Aug 01, 2013 12:43 pm

Cobrey Mac 11 Suppressed with 32 rd Mags, Ruger 30 cal Blackhawk, All my S&Ws with pin style hammers. Reload my cast bullets for all of them. Love shooting handguns.
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby RickC » Thu Aug 01, 2013 12:55 pm

Kimber TLE, S&W 38+p 2" bbl
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby ea oneal » Tue Aug 27, 2013 5:29 pm

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gi 1911a saw time in WWII in the pacific with g-pa went to the sand box with me ,kel-tec p-11 40, little dog kick,s like a mule. but it hit,s right on point,
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby The Duck Hammer » Wed Aug 28, 2013 10:59 am

That 1911 is sweet, background info just makes it better.
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby ea oneal » Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:23 pm

saved my jarhead a$$ more than i like to say, broke down put a new barrel n bushing in last year gettin the lock up right,s a pain !!!
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby RonE » Wed Nov 06, 2013 9:51 pm

I have three favorites:

Colt 1911 (U.S. Government) with elephant ivory grips that still shoots great.

HK P7 9mm squeeze cock (makes you a better shot than you really are)

Sig P6 9mm easy and fun to shoot
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby Juice Box » Thu Nov 07, 2013 7:24 pm

ea oneal wrote:
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gi 1911a saw time in WWII in the pacific with g-pa went to the sand box with me ,kel-tec p-11 40, little dog kick,s like a mule. but it hit,s right on point,

I have an old WWII era 1911. I wish I knew the exact history behind my pistol.
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby ea oneal » Mon Dec 09, 2013 5:57 pm

call colt ask for 1911 custom dept and you will be able to find out what it was sold as public sale or u.s gov .if gov she will tell you what branch was sent to .you will talk to a lady and she will be happy to help you she is colt,s 1911 historian . but by the ser# look,s to be about 1918-20
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby Bud » Mon Aug 03, 2015 11:40 pm

Depends on where I'm going to do what.
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby Bud » Wed Nov 02, 2016 9:21 pm

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A strap for stabilizing helps, easy concealment, they make an adaptor for a mount for bayonet or laser that fits very snugly.
Not going to wally world with this, though. One of my favorite pistols. Convert to a SBR with just a stock: all NFA rules would apply.
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby Bud » Fri Feb 17, 2017 6:17 pm

I'm beginning to think the Sig P320 may be a hard gun to put down...
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby Throbbin Rods » Sat Feb 18, 2017 9:47 am

Couple come to mind
Beretta model 87 .22 target pistol. Older gent who was a good friend left it to me in his will

Ruger P89 9mm solely because my Dad left it to me when he passed
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Re: Your favorite handgun.

Postby Bud » Thu Aug 31, 2023 10:53 pm

Have a Glock 26 I was trying to get used to. Shoots the same round as the G17. All the stations were being used, so I sat down on my ammo box down at the end where they allow people to shoot. When the range went cold and nobody was leaving, I stuck a pencil in the ground at about 15' and returned to my ammo can. When the range went hot, I braced my elbows on my knees, turned a bit, and decided to just aim at the center of the pencil. Looked pretty good, so decided to fire a round if everything was sitting perfect and holding. The gun fired, and I had cut that pencil perfectly in half. I was somewhat surprised. Must have been firing it too quickly before. Carrying a G17 with a BUG G26 makes sense to me. I have a Midway bag to carry hicap magazines, and the G26 handles them well, too. Carry a lot of mags.

Of course, the G17 has night sights, Streamlight with lazer, light, pulse, or steady lit...and a magwell. Put a longer mag release on it to fit my hands; just had to cut a small place off the holster. Only carry those in bad places and times.

One of my favorite handguns is a S&W Model 14-3 in .38 S&W special. Like the six inch barrel. I like the consistency of those guns. Carry one to the range with 148 grain semi wadcutters and cut a hole in your target. It has dispatched pigs, hogs, gators, and quite a few 10s. I also like the S&W 25-2 using Auto Rim .45s. Some like the clips. I'll continue later. Enjoy what you feel comfortable with shooting. Maybe I just like guns.
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