Put away the plastic,dust off the stainless.

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    Put away the plastic,dust off the stainless.

    Going to the range and gonna kick it old school.oldschool.jpg

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    Classics!
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    I'm guessing you are of the "older generation" (like me).

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    Best thing about all metal is when you run out of ammo it's heavy enough to knock em out. Lol
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    Very nice, indeed...
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    Nice! I LOVE stainless guns. Don't have any (yet) but love them nonetheless!

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    Very nice! I love me a Smith 10mm!

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    Nice! Why are they dusty?
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    Nice. We have a 5906 in the household haha :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by miller_man View Post
    Nice! Why are they dusty?
    sitting on a shelf for a long time,9mm,10mm and spare time are a low commodity around here, my plastic 45s have been getting all the love lately. The 1076 and 5906 are my favorites , I really need to let them out to play more often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gavinc2 View Post
    Best thing about all metal is when you run out of ammo it's heavy enough to knock em out. Lol

    I love all metal guns, especially ones with barrels long enough to get two hands on when you have to use them as clubs.
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    Like the 1006 series and your 1076 is superb.

    Do NOT like the 5906 (mag disconnect).

    Do like the old 469 with some enhancements.

    Thanks for posting!!

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    I like my 1006 so well I even made an IWB holster so I can carry it. Three pounds of all-day comfort and concealment. The only downside to it is my own inaccuracy on that first DA trigger pull coming out of the holster.

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    Plastic guns can work just fine - but metal is still better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    I like my 1006 so well I even made an IWB holster so I can carry it. Three pounds of all-day comfort and concealment. The only downside to it is my own inaccuracy on that first DA trigger pull coming out of the holster.

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    I pull to the right the first shot just about every time.S&W 1076.jpg

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