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    Show me yours, and I\'ll...

    ...show you mine.

    The Smith family, a 6\" 686+, a 66, and a 640:


    A Walther P1, a P08 Luger, and my USPc:


    Colt Mustang:


    My SU-16:


    There\'s more, but I don\'t have pics of everything.

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    Nice collection! I wish my wife liked to shoot handguns. She loves shooting small caliber rifles but doesn\'t like pistols at all.

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    I love the sticker \"You can\'t beat a women who shoots\":D

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    Deff not what i thought it was going to be.:D

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    Originally posted by Darkmind
    Deff not what i thought it was going to be.:D
    Pervert ;)

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    How do you like...

    the Smith 640? I have a bad feeling my Taurus won\'t come back from the factory fixed, so I am preparing to buy either a 640 or a Ruger SP101.

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    Buy the Smith.

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    I keep checking Betty\'s \"provocative\" posts only to get scared by the content. You have more knives and more guns than any men I know of.

    (not complaining, mind you, I love it) :)

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    How do you like the Smith 640? I have a bad feeling my Taurus won\'t come back from the factory fixed, so I am preparing to buy either a 640 or a Ruger SP101.
    The 640 is a good revolver. I don\'t shoot it as well as I do with some of my other handguns, but this one is fine for up close and personal work. The snagless profile and small size make it a great carry gun.

    I used to own a Taurus 617 (7 shot .357) and that was a great gun. It was the revolver I shot most accurately, believe it or not. I traded it long ago and miss it.

    Kahrman, just you wait until I get all the bells n'whistles attached to my evil black Bushmaster and post pics of that. Self-Christmas is good. :P

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    I\'ll bite

    Betty,

    What are you going to add to the Bushy? I have been holding out for a nice optic, but haven\'t decided between Aimpoint or Trijicon. Or I save the $800 I want to spend on accesories and just buy another AR. Then I will be stuck with having two rifles to upgrade...
    I need to win the lottery.
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    I have the Bushmaster modular carbine (25th Anniversary Limited Edition with pimped-out nickeled accents) and I\'ll be adding an EOTech model 512 holosight and a Surefire M95 with 6\" tape pressure switch. I\'ll be ready for any attack from hordes of ninjas rappeling from rooftops. ;)

    A local gun shop had a Trijicon ACOG TA01NSN and I checked that out, along with one of the Aimpoints. I want a fast aquisition sight that will still work with my irons up, and the EOTechs work perfectly for me. That particular model ACOG\'s reticle was too fine for me, the tritium wasn\'t that fantastic in low-light, but the backup tritium iron sights on top were nifty.

    I didn\'t examine the Aimpoint much; I already decided to go with what I knew to work for me. I don\'t like looking down a tube, and the ACOG is not suited for my purposes.

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    The EOtechs are nice and give you that \"heads up\" approach rather than the \"looking thru the tube\" Aimpoint. While the Aimpoint does seem more sturdy for combat situations, the EOtech with its metal shield will be perfect for the armchair commando\'s :P and also serves well over in the sandbox.

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    How come I can\'t see it?

    Seems like I can view others pics (like Hitmans), but not Betty\'s! Any ideas on why & how to correct?

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    Others but nothing I would carry. Just make mine a 45

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    Yikes!!!!
    First time I tried attaching a pic. How do you make them smaller?

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