If you could only keep one handgun..

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    Sig p220

    SIG P220 - Oh so comfy my hand. I might change my mind after getting a Glock 27.

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    Going G19 as of now.

    The guy I sold it to is short on cash. Easier to buy it back for $250 than buy a whole new gun. As much as I want to hate a glock they are great. The are boring because they just work.

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    G19.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeppelin03 View Post
    So what would be the one gun you would keep around if you could only keep one?
    Unrealistic scenario.......Reboot..........That does not compute.......Danger Will Robinson..........
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    G19 as well. I mean...as boring and repetitive as it gets, the Glock 19 is just a logical choice. Plus, it's more than arguable that other than the .22, the 9mm is the most prolific round on the face of the planet, and Glock mags are everywhere.
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    I'd have to go with my SA XD40 SC, but I really hate to give up my snub.
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    Quote Originally Posted by svgheartland View Post
    Hey Brady. I've got that one with 4 barrels. First I ever bought. Where did you get that holster at 1 o'clock in your pic?
    It's a Don Hume 721 That I got here.
    Don Hume Open Top Belt Holster (H721 OT)
    Though this one is for a S&W 10 and it's just too tight and I've not been able to stretch it enough for safe use.
    I've figured out that I need one for a S&W 686. It'll be a little while though as I'm waiting on a Side Guard for my SP101.
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    Well that's an easy choice for me. Ruger GP 100 3" stainless. The longer I own this pistol the more I love it. It will function for protection and food gathering. Built like a tank and as dependable as my malamute.





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    Quote Originally Posted by farronwolf View Post
    If we ever get to the 1 gun limit, I will make a deal with you for a 3" model.
    Deal. If yor wanna trade before that happens, let me know. Seems to me the 3" model would be ideal. Ive never regretted my 2.25". Shoots like a dream!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fotomaker57 View Post
    Well that's an easy choice for me. Ruger GP 100 3" stainless. The longer I own this pistol the more I love it. It will function for protection and food gathering. Built like a tank and as dependable as my malamute.
    Now that is purdy right there. I don't care who you are you gotta say that is purdy.
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    Just remember that shot placement is much more important with what you carry than how big a bang you get with each trigger pull.
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    If I had to choose, I'm going to assume it's some kind of law change scenario...I'm going to pick my SR9c since magazines and ammo are bountiful, and what's that? Nope, I got rid of the P22 and SR22 a long time ago. NO THEY'RE NOT IN MY POCKETS! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotomaker57 View Post
    Well that's an easy choice for me. Ruger GP 100 3" stainless. The longer I own this pistol the more I love it. It will function for protection and food gathering. Built like a tank and as dependable as my malamute.
    Got a new desktop picture. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by farronwolf View Post
    Now that is purdy right there. I don't care who you are you gotta say that is purdy.
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    Got a new desktop picture. Thanks!
    No problem brother
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    If each member of the household could keep 1 handgun, I'd be set. 1 for me, 1 for the wife and 1 for each of my 4 cats. They're not very good shots, but I'm working with them.
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