What to buy next??

What to buy next??

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    What to buy next??

    Ok, I always have to be thinking about the next toy I am gonna buy. I love to have a plan. I was thinking about building a long range rifle next but that will get exspensive and I wont save enough to do it all at one time right now so whats next?? I have:
    AK 47 and Moss pistol grip shotgun for home defense
    CC pistols are Taurus PT140, Rossi 38 snubby, and Glock 20

    I can't pick what way to go next????? I love all kinds of toys and need suggestions!
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    Glock: Check.
    Wheel Gun: Check.
    Rifle: Check.
    Shotgun: Check.
    1911: ???
    Pocket Gun: ???
    Glock 19: ???
    .45ACP: ???
    .357mag: ???
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    Training? Ammo? Range time?

    You have the hardware you will likely need already. Work on the software.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIABLO9489 View Post
    Glock: Check.
    Wheel Gun: Check.
    Rifle: Check.
    Shotgun: Check.
    1911: ???
    Pocket Gun: ???
    Glock 19: ???
    .45ACP: ???
    .357mag: ???
    1911: haven't decided which one I like the best for a keeper (need suggestions)
    Pocket : My next glock will probably be a 29 I like big power
    .45ACP: I will get my 1911 in it.
    .357: since I have a 38 my next wheel gun will be a 460 or 500. or maybe a sp101 327 or 357
    So many choices!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    Training? Ammo? Range time?

    You have the hardware you will likely need already. Work on the software.
    I have training and my own range and I make it a point have at least 500 rounds of ammo for anything I own.
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    CZ-82. Cheap. Excellent quality. Good project gun for fancy refinish and Marschels grips. Pleased as heck with mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    CZ-82. Cheap. Excellent quality. Good project gun for fancy refinish and Marschels grips. Pleased as heck with mine.
    does it come in anything besides 9mm Macarov, 380, and 32? I kinda like big stuff.
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    Um 10/22 rifle or lever action .22 lr, fun, inexpensive, affordable ammo.
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    AR15...nothing else matters
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    +1 on the AR15

    The AK is a great weapon, but it might be nice for it to have some companions: either in the same caliber, or another "end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it" survival weapon. You are well-stocked in the small caliber handguns, and the shotgun is a must...but you might be a little light on the rifles.

    I have 3 M38 7.62x54 Russian Mosin Nagants and 2k rounds of ammo, the AR 15 in .223 along with the Galil, Saiga AK and FAL all in .223, and a pair of the battle-proven Enfields with composite stocks in .308. Toss in a few scopes, and few thousand rounds of .223 and .308and I'm ready for some long-range zombie plinking... or whatever else may come along.
    The Nagants are a great buy right now, and will be gone before long...and priced at under $100 for the standard long infantry version, and under 250 for the M38 carbines? and ammo is dirt cheap... don't miss out! Mil-surps don't last forever.

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    I'm looking at the Springfield EMP 1911 9mm. Should fit my small hands. I am too small to carry a full sized 1911.
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    Look no further than a Dan Wesson 1911
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    I'll agree with the 10/22 someone else suggested, or a 22lr pistol. Then keep buying ammo for everything you have.

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    1911: haven't decided which one I like the best for a keeper (need suggestions)


    Pocket : My next glock will probably be a 29 I like big power



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