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03-01-2009 09:45 PM
Drick WOOOO!!! theres already a thread!

*takes a seat with fellow gun lovers*
03-01-2009 09:42 PM
chezuki Bump for Drick...
02-25-2009 10:43 PM
EMS 34 20 Don't have pics but I have a Sig P228 9mm, Sig P230 380 a 25 Beretta and a Mosberg 500 Tactical with extendable stock/pistol grip, pistol grip slide,laser sight and tactical light w/press sw Loaded with 00buck and copper sabots great for home defense.
02-25-2009 06:50 AM
chezuki ^^^SOLD!!

Thank you. That's what I needed was testimony from someone that actually owned one.
02-24-2009 11:40 PM
Joe Dirt I love my LCP. It is small enough to carry anywhere. It shoots great (easily qualify with it at 25 yrds). With good ammo like Winchester SXT rounds it will make a nice hole. I have recommended the little gun as a backup to many people at work and have never heard of anyone being dissatisfied.
02-23-2009 11:48 PM
chezuki
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Originally Posted by chezuki View Post
How do you like the Kel-Tecs? I am torn between the Kel-Tec P3AT and the Ruger LCP for a "super concealed take anywhere" bug. They look and feel nearly identical but have an almost $100 price difference.



Well, I actually found a shop today that had the LCP in stock, and seeing it and the Kel-Tec side by side there is definitely a big difference. The Ruger is very well finished and refined living up to its brand while the Kel-Tec looks as though it was rough cast in an injection mold and sent down the line without another thought. I also had trouble getting the magazine to release from the Kel-Tec and when it did, I had to pull it from the frame. The Ruger's mag shot out like a rocket with just enough force on the button to prevent accidental release.
02-15-2009 06:15 PM
nicolas-eric Two SigSauer P226 SAO. One with 9 mm Para ad the other with .357 SIG.
02-15-2009 05:37 PM
gmiller0737 I have quite a few Ruger's & Colts Shown Also Have HK USP, Beretta 92F, S&W686 & Others + Long Guns
02-15-2009 12:17 PM
Americanmade8 So Tiny... why the dislike of guns?
02-15-2009 12:16 PM
Americanmade8 Thanks! if it breaks i get a new one!!
02-14-2009 09:55 AM
lost spyder compact 2000
02-14-2009 07:51 AM
JeepersdoitDeeper
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Originally Posted by oldgus
Really?? I thought the gen 2 guns were supposed to be an improvement over the 1st gen P3ATs? I agree everyone makes a bad gun occasionally, (except GLOCK ) but if you read the gun forums, there are an awful lot of people who have gotten bad P3ATs. On the other hand, I know there are a lot of people that love them and claim they function perfectly. I really wanted to like it. It fits nice in a pocket and is a real "go with you anywhere" gun. But, I have learned to adjust clothing to carry my GLOCK 27 at all times instead. Another plus for the GLOCK is the caliber - I prefer .40 over .380.

Hey - whatever works for YOU is what is important.

From what I've read and understand, I think there were some unliked changes about the 2nd Gen. On the flipside, I have yet to shoot the 3AT. I do have 2 P32's though. 1st gen is the preferred out of those models. I need something lighter than the .40 to be carring inside my belt. There is usually a biiger gun within reach, but the I just can't get past how concealable and manageable the KT is.
02-14-2009 06:51 AM
chezuki Nice Craftsman trigger mod!
02-14-2009 02:49 AM
Americanmade8
my carry gun XD 40 luv it!!!!

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02-13-2009 04:05 PM
G54
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Originally Posted by JeepersdoitDeeper View Post
2nd Gen isn't the best out of the two versions, but they are still a good gun. Sadly Gus got a lemon. Everyone makes one now and then. That aside, it is still a good gun. I would trust mine and my families life to it. It goes everywhere I go.
Really?? I thought the gen 2 guns were supposed to be an improvement over the 1st gen P3ATs? I agree everyone makes a bad gun occasionally, (except GLOCK ) but if you read the gun forums, there are an awful lot of people who have gotten bad P3ATs. On the other hand, I know there are a lot of people that love them and claim they function perfectly. I really wanted to like it. It fits nice in a pocket and is a real "go with you anywhere" gun. But, I have learned to adjust clothing to carry my GLOCK 27 at all times instead. Another plus for the GLOCK is the caliber - I prefer .40 over .380.

Hey - whatever works for YOU is what is important.
02-13-2009 02:30 PM
rob1208lv Glock model 30
S&W 38 special short nose
mossburg pump action security 12 gauge shotgun
I NEED MORE!!!
02-12-2009 10:29 PM
stevens243
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Originally Posted by amy View Post
Good lookin guns. I like old stuff. I've got a Ruger .22, manufactured in 1953. It's a really sweet pistol and lots of fun.
Yep, you can't beat those .22's for fun and just being plain bullet proof.

Sad thing is, the 9 is for show, but the .22 is what I'd ever end up shooting some thief with. With meth heads, you just have to aim higher is all..
02-12-2009 10:17 PM
amy
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Originally Posted by stevens243 View Post
Sorry, all my stuff is old, just not collector items/ancient:

My 20ga Wetherby Athena: Circa 1982, original owner
Attachment 6519

And my hand guns: Ruger .22 circa 1983, original owner and a beretta 92fs (who knows how old or how many folks owned this one:
Attachment 6520
Good lookin guns. I like old stuff. I've got a Ruger .22, manufactured in 1953. It's a really sweet pistol and lots of fun.
02-12-2009 10:12 PM
afrats My buddy has that same 92FS. Shoots nice.
02-12-2009 10:00 PM
stevens243 Sorry, all my stuff is old, just not collector items/ancient:

My 20ga Wetherby Athena: Circa 1982, original owner
Attachment 6519

And my hand guns: Ruger .22 circa 1983, original owner and a beretta 92fs (who knows how old or how many folks owned this one:
Attachment 6520
02-12-2009 09:01 PM
JeepersdoitDeeper 2nd Gen isn't the best out of the two versions, but they are still a good gun. Sadly Gus got a lemon. Everyone makes one now and then. That aside, it is still a good gun. I would trust mine and my families life to it. It goes everywhere I go.
02-12-2009 08:16 PM
birdhunter I like the all weather or marine shotgun
have wanted one for the boat for awhile
02-12-2009 08:13 PM
G54
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Originally Posted by chezuki View Post
How do you like the Kel-Tecs? I am torn between the Kel-Tec P3AT and the Ruger LCP for a "super concealed take anywhere" bug. They look and feel nearly identical but have an almost $100 price difference.



I had the P3AT 2nd gen - had to send it back cuz it malfunctioned at least twice per mag. Got it back - worked good for about 48 rounds then the trigger bar broke - got a refund. I wouldn't trust the LCP either - too close in design to the KT.

I just stick with my GLOCKS now - over 4k rounds without a MF. G22 .40 for house - G27 .40 for CCW - G17 9mm for duty. And of course the Mossberg 12 gauge for up close and personal. Wifey has a S&W 686 .357 4".
02-12-2009 07:57 PM
skeeter
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Originally Posted by chezuki View Post
Hmm, forgive my ignorance, but how do you release the slide then without a lever?
Sorry for the hi-jack, but Ive been torn between these two for a while.
Drop the mag. the slide stop is built into the mag follower.


You know, dear leader obama doesn't approve of guns, especially concealed carry...
02-12-2009 07:34 PM
Hondarider This is what I keep in the bedroom...the long guns are in the safe...I like to carry the Sig .45 or the tiny Beretta...the Model 1300 is for uninvited guests
02-12-2009 07:02 PM
chezuki
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Originally Posted by JeepersdoitDeeper View Post
KT has a slide lock... Once you've emptied your magazine into the assailant, the slide stays locked open. lol
Hmm, forgive my ignorance, but how do you release the slide then without a lever?



The LCP has a release lever, but doesn't lock back automatically after the last shot. Aka "bang bang bang click.."



Sorry for the hi-jack, but Ive been torn between these two for a while.
02-12-2009 09:21 AM
skeeter
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Do you see the black helicopters?
Hear the MMMMMMmmm
02-12-2009 07:43 AM
JeepersdoitDeeper
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Originally Posted by chezuki View Post
From what I've read, the only thing the lcp has over the kel-tec is the slide lock, which to me is not worth the extra price. Plus, the kel-tec comes in O.D. green!

KT has a slide lock... Once you've emptied your magazine into the assailant, the slide stays locked open. lol
02-11-2009 11:40 PM
chezuki
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Originally Posted by JeepersdoitDeeper View Post
I'd go with the Kel-Tec. Your picture is actually a 2nd generation KT. 1st gen is the more desireable of the two. The Ruger is just a take-off of the KelTec.

For what the KT was designed for, it is the ideal concealed defense weapon.
From what I've read, the only thing the lcp has over the kel-tec is the slide lock, which to me is not worth the extra price. Plus, the kel-tec comes in O.D. green!
02-11-2009 10:48 PM
Jiffydarren From left to right:

HS Germany Model 21S .22 Single action only.
Browning Hi Power in 9mm.
FEG PMK .380 Walther PP series clone.
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