Know what the 20 best selling guns are for 2012 at Bud's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by C hawk Glock View Post
    There is one thing in common with pretty much all of those guns. They are all budget firearms. Other then the Smiths they can keep every single one of those models.
    Have you shot the SR9C. I loved it and the price is right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty901 View Post
    Need to break that down a bit more 6 were not hand guns 1 was used so the number would be more like better than 50% of the new hand guns were Ruger. Your always going to have a one or two discount brands on the list.
    Of course having been a Ruger fan for years it does not surprise me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericb327 View Post
    Have you shot the SR9C. I loved it and the price is right.
    Nothing wrong with the SR9C at all, but why when for a little but more I can have a Glock, M&P or PPQ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by suntzu View Post
    I am surprised to see the Nagant revolver up there. I have one for my collection but the ammo is usually hard to find and fairly expensive.
    Luckily you can get .32 ACP cylinders for them to shoot a little cheaper.

    Quote Originally Posted by C hawk Glock View Post
    There is one thing in common with pretty much all of those guns. They are all budget firearms. Other then the Smiths they can keep every single one of those models.
    Quite honestly most of them are actually quite durable firearms, I wouldn't suggest a hi point however. The RIA 1911 is in my experience one of the most reliable 1911s, my commander model is as accurate and more reliable than my brothers 2006 model Kimber Pro Carry. I could go through most the rest and compare them to much higher cost similar firearms, and they'll usually come out close. Not sure on the one AK, and not much of a Taurus fan, but that is just personal preference, as they do make good firearms.

    I think a lot of people buy into the marketing of the big companies, I won't lie you get what you pay for a lot of times, but there are a lot of quality firearms on the cheap.

    Everyone is entitled to their own opinion of what they want to buy and shoot though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zonker1986 View Post
    all low-end newbie guns with a few exceptions. I've purchase a few guns from Buds in the last three years and am proud to say, not one makes the list.
    1. Mosin-Nagant M91/30 7.62X54R Very Good Condition
    2. New Ruger LCP .380
    4. SOVIET NAGANT M1895 REVOLVER W/ ACCESSORIES
    5. Mossberg 500 Cruiser 12g 20" 8rnd CB PG
    6. Ruger LC9 9mm w/ Lasermax Laser
    8. Ruger LCP .380 2.75" w/Lasermax Laser
    9. Ruger LC9 7+1 9mm Bl 3 dot Adj Sts
    11. Used S&W Police Model 10 38sp Square Butt
    15. Ruger SR9c 9mm Compact
    16. Ruger P95 9mm Stainless, w Rail 15 round
    17. Ruger SR9c 9mm Compact Black
    19. Used S&W Police Model 10 38sp Round Butt


    So those are all low-end newbie guns? Darn, and here I thought I was just looking at some good ol' working gun's that wouldn't break the bank. Silly me.
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    I really expected the M&P15 Sport to be high on the list. It's not even there.

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    Someone replied about the Nagant Revolver being expensive to shoot:

    Luckily you can get .32 ACP cylinders for them to shoot a little cheaper.
    Why buy a gun in one caliber to have to buy something to make it good for you to fire? JMO but spending 70 bucks to put in a new cylinder takes away the purpose of buying a collectible firearm.

    I know folks that shoot .32 SW long in the existing cylinder...but I am not advising that here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C hawk Glock View Post
    Nothing wrong with the SR9C at all, but why when for a little but more I can have a Glock, M&P or PPQ.
    I can't understand why anyone would buy a Glock fired them many times they are a fat over rated over price weapon at best ok I would take the Ruger any day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty901 View Post
    I can't understand why anyone would buy a Glock fired them many times they are a fat over rated over price weapon at best ok I would take the Ruger any day.
    Good for you..... Have at them..... I could care less if you don't like Glock or M&P etc....... I can't hold anything against you for own opinion, even if it is wrong.



    I also just don't understand that when you call a spade a spade in the firearms world, people get all worked up about. It would be like going to a car dealership and saying that Toyota Corolla or Honda Civic is a budget minded vehichle, and then have people arugue with you like they are a luxury vehicle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by suntzu View Post
    Why buy a gun in one caliber to have to buy something to make it good for you to fire? JMO but spending 70 bucks to put in a new cylinder takes away the purpose of buying a collectible firearm.

    I know folks that shoot .32 SW long in the existing cylinder...but I am not advising that here.
    I got the Nagant ammo for sale at $19.95 a box w/ free shipping from PSA. That is clearly on the high end, but with a revolver that's such a pain to load and unload, has a crazy stiff trigger, and virtually no sights...you only really need so much ammo for it. I had plenty of fun just putting a cylinder or two through it; not the kind of gun I will fire hundreds of round through in one session, and I suspect few others will either. There are also the 1,080 rd cans of surplus available for it for like $300 or so. That would probably last a while...
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    Quote Originally Posted by suntzu View Post
    Someone replied about the Nagant Revolver being expensive to shoot:



    Why buy a gun in one caliber to have to buy something to make it good for you to fire? JMO but spending 70 bucks to put in a new cylinder takes away the purpose of buying a collectible firearm.

    I know folks that shoot .32 SW long in the existing cylinder...but I am not advising that here.
    Just saying people have that option, I have a buddy who does run the .32 acp cylinder, and it's quite fun to shoot. Also if you want all you have to do is toss the 7.62 nagant cylinder back in and it's back to original.

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    Nice. I have #2 and #15 and am considering picking up #9.
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    How about those Hi Points? They are selling more now. I know several people with Hi Points and from what I've seen and heard from them they are dependable and accurate guns. Break them in right, polish the feed ramp and they shoot well. Sure they are ugly and bulky and not right for CCW, but for range, plinking, and home defense they will serve you well... and they are inexpensive.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ionracas View Post
    I am on the fence about shopping there. It kind of bugs me when they say that their website and prices are changed daily by a computer and they have no control over it. I also dont like that they show pictures that dont nesecarily reflect what your buying.

    They seem to be a good service overall and they dont delete negative ratings either. I may work up the courage eventualy.

    The LAST guy I dealt with I met on GunsAmerica.com, his shop is Union Outfitters in West Virginia. Jan 1st he starts an "End of the Year" layaway on his inventory. 10% down and you have to make SOME kind of payment on the first of each month. Shipping is free so you're really only paying a transfer fee. Great guy to deal with and he has a TON of stuff. I've seen buds and looked but ended up going to Union Outfitters and don't regret it! I had my gun a following tuesday after shipping Saturday.

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