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Three names. Any thoughts?
"...a rifle behind every blade of grass."
Yes, yes, yes?
Like, like, like?
(Not sure what you're getting at, man.)
Lots of thoughts. What's your question?
Or are you just trying to start an argument?
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WISDOM: Not putting a tomato in a fruit salad..
Facetiously: Mustang, Buckmark, 19.Colt, Browning, Glock
Seriously: Each maker has made a variety of guns, over the years. For uniformity of quality and reliability, Glock is probably the most well-known example of that. But both Colt and Browning have also made their "winners" over the years.
Got any particular questions or comments?
I'm willing to actually own examples from the first two manufacturers. I'm willing for others to take care of purchasing from the third manufacture listed.
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Browning makes the High Power (initials 'HP'). 'H' and 'P' are the 8th and 16th letters of the alphabet, respectively.
'8' plus '16' equal 24.
1911 plus 24 equals 1935, the model number of the Browning HP
In addition, Glock manufactures both a 19 and a 35 model number.
Next question ??
A horse, a dessert and that thing that rhymes with genitals.
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