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    How about Ruger sp101 3" .327 Fed Mag. Lots of energy for a .32.
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    [QUOTE=oldgael;2155447]How about Ruger sp101 3" .327 Fed Mag. Lots of energy for a .32.
    Been studying up on the 327 lately, not a 357-but still not too shabby of a round.
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    The 327 fed is a nice firearm, but I already have an SP101 in 357.

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    Full size 9mm? Carry-able, inexpensive ammo, effective round, 15-21 round mags, easy on the hands, accurate, great follow-ups.

    You realize of course, I'm coaching myself here.
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    I think you definitely need a pocketable revolver. Go with a j frame and you'll have one for life!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankeejib View Post
    Full size 9mm? Carry-able, inexpensive ammo, effective round, 15-21 round mags, easy on the hands, accurate, great follow-ups.

    You realize of course, I'm coaching myself here.
    lol. Talking yourself into a new 9,sounds like..
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    Quote Originally Posted by yooperdug View Post
    lol. Talking yourself into a new 9,sounds like..
    No, a new Glock.

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