if you could only have one. Which one and why?

if you could only have one. Which one and why?

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    if you could only have one. Which one and why?

    FNP-45 extremely reliable, accurate with a reduced recoil, main reason 15 + 1

    over 1000 rounds shot, no cleaning yet, not one problem yet either.


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    Ruger blackhawk 357/9mm convertable. Can fire 3 different rounds. Reloadable due to being able to keep up with all brass fired. Powerful enough for multiple tasks. Rugged design, not picky about ammo.

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    Kimber Ultra Carry II W/Crimson Laser
    Firepower, reliable, easy to CCW
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    I normally carry my Glock-36, but sometimes my Glock-26, but if I could only take one, it might just be the Glock-26.
    Cheaper shooting, more rounds, a bit easier to conceal, but the same simplicity and dependability of my Glock-36.
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    if you could only have one. Which one and why?
    This question taxes me somewhat (decisions), but it's really a simple answer for me......Glock G19 if I could only have one....for everything.
    Why? 'Cause it's a Glock...the best size Glock IMO...and the 9mm seems the easiest to procure.

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    One that I already have or one in general?

    If it's one I already have, it'd have to be the Glock 30. The USP is an amazing gun, but to carry, it'd be a bear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    This question taxes me somewhat (decisions), but it's really a simple answer for me......Glock G19 if I could only have one....for everything.
    Why? 'Cause it's a Glock...the best size Glock IMO...and the 9mm seems the easiest to procure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    This question taxes me somewhat (decisions), but it's really a simple answer for me......Glock G19 if I could only have one....for everything.
    Why? 'Cause it's a Glock...the best size Glock IMO...and the 9mm seems the easiest to procure.
    same here!
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    you can never have enough guns... I don't like this question...
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    S&W Model 60. 3" barrel.

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    Dan Wesson 15-2;
    because I really like revolvers and I know how to service this one. Rugged as all get-out. It will take 357Mag & 38Spec +P or regular.
    I can configure it for different uses; 2 1/2 inch barrel & Pachmayr Combat Grip for CC.
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    Ruger P95 I like the da/sa, capacity and accuracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    This question taxes me somewhat (decisions), but it's really a simple answer for me......Glock G19 if I could only have one....for everything.
    Why? 'Cause it's a Glock...the best size Glock IMO...and the 9mm seems the easiest to procure.
    Another agree!

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    Never thought I'd say it, but my G27. Ever since I've had it, it's the EDC for me
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    If I only could have one I should have a very hard time deciding between a 1911 and the BHP. But I think it would be the BHP 9mm. I like the caliber, it is SA, it is reliable and accurate, it is cheap to shoot, and it has good capacity.
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