----Firearms---- thread Right to bear arms

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  1. DarkSideAccord

    DarkSideAccord nadeshiko fobz ftw..

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    merged the threads
     
  2. Valet

    Valet IS300 SX > Accord

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    You said to make it a friendly firearm discussion, but said those against to stay out.... Interesting. Anyways

    The one that's for the house here is a Beretta 92FS and my dad has a Glock 32, which almost never gets used. When I was little I remember a rifle but I don't know what it was. The Beretta is cool, the Glock being a .357 is a handful in my opinion :lawl:
     
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    Would "Leave you negative attitude/opinions at the door" have sufficed? I didn't want the thread to turn into a political debate. I just wanted a simple thread revolved around guns themselves

    Also, a Glock 32 is an awesome gun. I've fired a 31 and the similar sized 23 but never the 32. I reckon you could get a Lone Wolf barrel in .40 S&W and use that for range fun. Keep the stock .357 barrel for self defense.

    EDIT: I just looked back at my post and I never said "Those against to stay out". Or anything of the sort.
     
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    Valet IS300 SX > Accord

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    Oh I see! I thought you wanted the debate but only if it went with your side.

    I have no idea about these guns :lawl: I've shot them maybe a few dozen times. Only killed a groundhog cause it was harassing our cats, and I did that with the Beretta. My family has never been in to hunting, despite where we live :lawl:
     
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    bRaZEn_407 Well-Known Member

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    Never fired a 92FS but I picked one up and thought damn, hell no. The PX4 on the other hand..:eusa_drool:
     
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    Valet IS300 SX > Accord

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    Not missing out on much, haha. It's a 9mil but might as well be a 22, things a pussy, but a bullet is a bullet and it killed that damn groundhog :lawl:
     
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    Just picked up a SD40VE today. Ill get pics later.

    Looking to pick up a .223/5.56 Savage bolt action next month.
     
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    bRaZEn_407 Well-Known Member

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    Nice, I always liked the Sigmas. It's like a cheaper Glock.
     
  9. RedRyder

    RedRyder Save the manuals

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    I absolutely love my Beretta, it’s the best handgun I’ve held, personally. It came with a Hogue grip, and it’s so smooth and accurate. I have large hands so that might be part of it, but I love it as a big 9mm. I also think it's cool that it's the civilian version of the M9. I definitely wouldn’t say any 9mm is like a .22…? All 9mm are the same, it's a lower powder round. :lawl:

    I can’t stand Glocks, I hate the way they look and the ergonomics are even worse. I’d love a 1911 but I would have to buy some beefier grips for it, the stock grips are so puny and for a .45 I like more support. Same with Kimber .45, that stock grip is awful.

    That sounds cool.
     
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  10. dharding413

    dharding413 Keep it simple.

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    My favorite gun has to be my .38 special. It was my grandfathers state police issue revolver, I've yet to find something that is as accurate and smooth shooting as that gun.

    That being said, a friend of mine just got an HK 9mm that is a really, really solid pistol. The ergonomics are better than anything else I've shot before.
     

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