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Gun thread

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Yardboy, May 5, 2010.

  1. mistabonz

    mistabonz Premium Member Premium Member

    I'll counter either glocks with my Springfield Armory XDS in .45 or my Mod 2 in .40.
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  2. F.D.

    F.D. Top Dog

    How do you like the Springfield XDS? Are those the ones that are available with suppressor threads?
  3. F.D.

    F.D. Top Dog

    Any Colt Python (357 Magnum) owners on here? They are beautiful guns that aren't made anymore. They cost around $300-$400 new in the late 1980s. Now they go for $3K-$8K in good condition. Here is an example of a 8" barrel model for just under $8K.http://customshopinc.com/product/co...right-stainless-like-new-blue-case-paperwork/

    I don't know that they are better than a S&W 686 or a Ruger GP100, but some people think they had the best triggers of the .357 revolvers. They do look good.
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  4. ngamla

    ngamla Big Dog

    The old Ruger Police Service Six wasnt a shabby .357mag as well.
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  5. smalldog

    smalldog Big Dog

    454 casull.
  6. jstevens

    jstevens Premium Member Premium Member

    My wife shots and carries a ruger sr40. low recoil and easy to conceal. i carry a 1911 commander lenght in 45 acp. after shooting it she now wants a 45. just bought a rock river elite operator, sweet gun with a outstanding trigger.
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  7. jstevens

    jstevens Premium Member Premium Member

    100 year old design, is the point exactly. the 1911 has stood the test of time with very little changes needed. this weapon has secured its place in history. for all you high point fans i'll ask you the same question i ask my buddies, who want to go cheap on a gun they may need to protect themselves and or family. what's you or your families life worth. what price do you place on that!
  8. jstevens

    jstevens Premium Member Premium Member

    Go pick up a wilson combat, nighthawk, or ed brown 1911 and tell me what you think of your glock or highpoint. plus with these if i run out of bullets i can always pistol whip that a$$. try that with your plastic gun.
  9. jstevens

    jstevens Premium Member Premium Member

    nobody mentioned it because colts quality is not what it used to be, now your paying for the name. i'll take a sig or rock river all day every day over a newer model colt.
  10. jstevens

    jstevens Premium Member Premium Member

    or Daniel Defense almost forgot them. my top choice would be a wilson combat.
  11. Naustroms

    Naustroms CH Dog

    i use a Remington 887 on birds and bunnies and a G23 for the nightstand.
  12. niko

    niko CH Dog

    This is what I got;)
  13. F.D.

    F.D. Top Dog

    I have heard Springfield makes good 1911s.
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  14. wicked13

    wicked13 Top Dog

    Sling shot !

    Just need a rock
  15. mistabonz

    mistabonz Premium Member Premium Member

    FD you can buy either version with a threaded barrell. But that defeats the purpose because both are intended for concealed carry.
  16. mistabonz

    mistabonz Premium Member Premium Member

    I like both those models. Form, fit , and function are gr8!
  17. niko

    niko CH Dog

    Love em:)
  18. promoe

    promoe Premium Member Premium Member

    when it comes to 1911s id go with dan wesson... i have friends that get on the Kimber Vs Springfield convo but then someone throws in a dan wesson and trumps all.
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  19. mistabonz

    mistabonz Premium Member Premium Member

    Dan Wessons are fine weapons but never been much on full size 1911's.
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  20. jstevens

    jstevens Premium Member Premium Member

    The commander models that most manufacturers produce, are great for concealed carry. really good if you use a holster with an FBI cant. Guess i forgot about good old DAN. Fine guns. btw the commander models have a 4.25 inch barrel.
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