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post #16 of 1609
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Do these count?


Haha!

Well, if those count, then I guess Nerf guns do too!
post #17 of 1609
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Originally Posted by marvin View Post
I'm a bit of a Smith and Wesson fan...

How do you like the new M&P semi auto? I'm considering purchasing my first guns and it's one of them on the considerations list.
post #18 of 1609
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Originally Posted by BRBJackson View Post
Too lazy to drag the long guns out, but here're a few of the handguns. Faves in the group are the USP .40 and S&W 908.


Bill, when the "big one" hits here, my family is heading to your place for protectio...err an extended Head-fi meet.

-Ed
post #19 of 1609
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Do these count?


Best collection by far
post #20 of 1609
If I had the disposable income, I would totally be a Colt 1911/A1 collector.
post #21 of 1609
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Originally Posted by user18 View Post
Do these count?


ROFL OMG I have'nt see that in YEARS!!
post #22 of 1609
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Originally Posted by Edwood View Post
Bill, when the "big one" hits here, my family is heading to your place for protectio...err an extended Head-fi meet.

-Ed
Ed, wait'll you see my new bomb shelter!!
post #23 of 1609
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Originally Posted by rb67 View Post
How do you like the new M&P semi auto? I'm considering purchasing my first guns and it's one of them on the considerations list.
Between the big names in plastic guns (S&W M&P, Glock 19, Beretta PX-4 and Springfield XD) it comes down to personal preference. I owned all of them at one point or another and found them to be uniformly reliable and capable. (Note: HK isn't counted as it's significantly more expensive than this set of pistols.)

For me, the M&P won out because of ergonomics. I have smallish hands, so the exchangeable backstrap was great. Trigger pull is just okay out of the box, but smooths up nicely with use. The trigger reset still sucks though. The bore axis is low, and the beavertail really helps in getting a high grip. It's easily the bargain of the bunch at ~ $400.

The best advice would be to go into a gun store, try all of them, and pick the one that points the most naturally for you.
post #24 of 1609
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Originally Posted by Joshatdot View Post
If I had the disposable income, I would totally be a Colt 1911/A1 collector.
Two Words: "National Match"

post #25 of 1609
I spent half an hour browsing the Detonics website yesterday, if that counts for anything. Kickin' it old school... the Bren Ten, Colt Delta Elite, and Glock 20 were also favorites of mine... do we sense a theme here?
post #26 of 1609
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Originally Posted by HiWire View Post
I spent half an hour browsing the Detonics website yesterday, if that counts for anything. Kickin' it old school... the Bren Ten, Colt Delta Elite, and Glock 20 were also favorites of mine... do we sense a theme here?
LOL, you like wimpy calibers? Jeez, I never thought I'd see a caliber war break out on Head-Fi...
post #27 of 1609
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Two Words: "National Match"

bah... 4 letters... USGI... i'm still dreaming of a USMC marked WW1 era 1911... key word is dreaming... i'll never have the $3500+ i've seen them sell for
post #28 of 1609
I just picked up an H+K P7 M8.




Mitch
post #29 of 1609
[QUOTE=vpivinylspinner;2958738]Where do I sign up?


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Wow thats one of my all time favorite guns. Is that a .223 or the .308?
post #30 of 1609
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got a random idea for a photo... and had to take it right away

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