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This is a discussion on Favorite range gun within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by ctr So, what is your favorite range gun? Tell us about it. Any caliber, handgun or rifle, what do you like to ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctr View Post
    So, what is your favorite range gun? Tell us about it. Any caliber, handgun or rifle, what do you like to shoot?
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    i second the s&w model 41, i have both barrels and a red dot on one, plus 12 mags. all day fun. my goal it to spend way more on ammo to run thru it than i did for the gun. hope i have to buy new barrels.

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    I have a Spikes Tactical 9mm AR that is an absolute blast to shoot at the range. Cheap to feed and very accurate even on the 75 yard indoor lanes.


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    This one:

    .38Spl or .357 Magnum, it's just fun to shoot, and the one I carry most often, and the one I will be using in competition.
    I picked this one up for Mother's Day last year, and I get more and more accurate, every time I take it to the range.
    Second favorite:

    Gorgeous to look at, fun to shoot, but a bit bulky to carry.
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    EDC

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    Hands down I love shooting my Browning Hi-Power. It's like riding in a Cadillac. I can shoot it all day.

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    smith 22a pistol...sweet and accurate shooter that costs next to nothing to blaze away with....i like the fact that it has a large grip as it makes it a good training pistol for my large caliber guns....it usually gets more fire time than all my others put together just because its so damned much fun to shoot....

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    Browning Buck Mark Camper

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    My 625 S&W - It's easy to pick up the brass!!!!!!!!!!!
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    My '64 Colt Detective Special - great shooter and YES snubs can be very accurate - really nice to shoot with the steel gun and .38 target loads. I imagine I'm Humphrey Bogart while loading. I even have an Upside Down Shoulder Holster for it - from that era (though not my regular way to carry).
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    Either my dad's ruger KP95 or my mom's HP22. My P11, however nice, is comparatively a bear to shoot next to a full size 9mm or a 22 :P Although it is still fun to tear up some paper with and pretty accurate for it's size.
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    Excellent

    Quote Originally Posted by farronwolf View Post
    My favorite is probably a Liberty 44-40 with 4 5/8 barrel, or a pair of them actually. Basically they are Colt Peacemaker clones.

    They are just fun to shoot. You can go through a lot of rounds if you want, but only 6 at a time, and you can shoot hundreds of rounds without getting fatiqued. Mostly I shoot at old propane bottles set from 10-15 yrds all the way out to maybe 30-35 yds.

    This caliber is what made me start to reload because factory rounds are anywhere from 25 to 40 bucks for 50. That got pretty expensive, 6 bucks for 50 makes it much more fun to shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugergirl View Post
    This one:

    .38Spl or .357 Magnum, it's just fun to shoot, and the one I carry most often, and the one I will be using in competition.
    I picked this one up for Mother's Day last year, and I get more and more accurate, every time I take it to the range.
    Second favorite:

    Gorgeous to look at, fun to shoot, but a bit bulky to carry.
    Love the full size S&Ws Rugergirl. They are fun to shoot. I've owned more than a few of them.

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    Glock 23. 40 caliber; SigSauer Mosquito 22LR and Taurus Millenium 9mm.
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    I'm still searching for a gun I don't like to shoot!

    That said my two favorites have to be my XDsc9, because it's just a fantastic shooter, and an old Mosin-Nagant M44, because it makes other people jump!
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