What is the sweetest firearms I may not own or have considered?

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    A realy nice clean Colt Python .357 would be my choice.......if I could afford one....
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
    Rifle, handgun, both?
    I was thinking more handgun. Keep them coming guys! I have been pretty surprised by some of the responses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sentioch View Post
    KRISS Vector SMG .45 ACP


    I was talking to a local dealer selling the Super V and they said that they have reports of the semi-version having problems being not as reliable as the automatic version as the one in their range they had to send back to the manufacture 2 times. Has anyone else seen or read reports of this ?? God Bless

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    Are you looking for a carry gun, or just a fun range gun? Do you have a preference on action type?

    There is a Walther P-38 that is in my families gun safe. It is old, and the only pistol in there that really rivals my Springfield Loaded Target model.
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    How about an HK P7 ?? I have always wanted to own one. God Bless

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    Find an original series Kimber Compact Stainless. Great combination of the 4" bull barrel and an officer's frame. They were making them well back then!
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    Dan Wesson Classic Commander (CBOB) in a 1911.
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    Just picked up a new one this week because I couldn't pass up the deal. Sig Sauer P232 with night sights. Guy had been trying to sell it for several weeks and I turned it down at $300 two weeks ago. I offered him $225 the other day and he took it. Didn't really want it but I figured I could use it for trading or sell it and double my money. Really looking for one of the new Sig Sauer P238 Gamblers. Found several Copperheads but I guess the local dealers haven't started getting the Gamblers.

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    We really cannot answer your question without some more information... What do you own and what have you already considered?

    I vote for the Browning Hi-Power
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    The para PDA in 9mm is my favorite. If you want a bigger cal, the para LDA .45. Nothing wrong with Sig, Beretta, Glock, Kahrs or 1911s, they are fine firearms and I really enjoy them, but the Para PDA and CCO are my favorites.

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    Ruger .357 SP101 Stainless Steel with a Wolff Spring kit ~ VERY slick!
    Ruger .22 Mark II or Mark III Stainless Steel .22 Semi Auto ~ stock.
    Marlin Model 60 Rifle .22LR ~ stock.
    Marlin Bolt Action Rifle .22 WMR ~ stock.
    Browning Buckmark .22 LR ~ stock.

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    How bout you tell us what you already have or had? So we can help you choose.

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    S&W 460V:


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    The "New" Sig P210.

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    This definitely meets all three criteria: very accurate- This gun shoots 5 rounds through a single hole @ 50 ft. using a Ransom rest.
    sweet trigger
    reliability has never failed in thousands of rounds

    S&W 25-2 45ACP/Auto Rim

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    Too light for heavy work, too heavy for light work!

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