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Mine would probably be my grandpas old S&W .38/.357 magnum revolver.
 

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Pistol Auto- Ruger SR9c
Pistol Revolver- Ruger New Vaquero .357

Rifle- Any lever gun...in 30.30....and .44 or .357/.38

I actually can't stand 1911's or AR15's.....call me crazy....
 

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I see firearms as defensive/offensive tools. Having said that, I like the G23. Perfect carry gun imo. Best comprise of caliber, capacity, reliability, and concealibility.

Also like the s and w 642 hammerless 38
 

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I see firearms as defensive/offensive tools. Having said that, I like the G23. Perfect carry gun imo. Best comprise of caliber, capacity, reliability, and concealibility.

Also like the s and w 642 hammerless 38
I carry my glock 23 and I have to agree
 

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Pistol Auto- Ruger SR9c
Pistol Revolver- Ruger New Vaquero .357

Rifle- Any lever gun...in 30.30....and .44 or .357/.38

I actually can't stand 1911's or AR15's.....call me crazy....
I really like the 9c, but the mountain of Aa
loaded chamber indicator and the mag disconnect kept of away. Awesome trigger though.

Carrying in good health!
 

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Pistol Auto- Ruger SR9c
Pistol Revolver- Ruger New Vaquero .357

Rifle- Any lever gun...in 30.30....and .44 or .357/.38

I actually can't stand 1911's or AR15's.....call me crazy....
I've never shot an AR so I don't know if I'd like em or not. But my deer rifle is a lever action .32 Winchester special. I love that gun...Put a lot of deer on the ground with it.
 

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You would love an AR! I love both of mine, I got a ar15 and ar10
The only reason I haven't shot one is because I know I would love it, And I don't really have a grand to spend on one.
 
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I hear that... Back 6 months ago you could get them 675-750 new... With all this scare the same gun can go for 2000 now :/ that's crazy! ... And ammo... Good luck :/
 

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I hear that... Back 6 months ago you could get them 675-750 new... With all this scare the same gun can go for 2000 now :/ that's crazy! ... And ammo... Good luck :/
Ammo is nonexistent in any caliber around here.
 
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Saw this nice DPMS ar15 at walmart for $575 right after Christmas .223 caliber. Went to leave to go home and get the cash and come back. Just as I was leaving another guy was filling out the paperwork. Let's just say I was pretty jacked. It had a laser, flashlight, red dot, pistol grip handle, fore grip, and all kinds of stuff. Gonna maybe do a build sometime soon with one
 

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Saw this nice DPMS ar15 at walmart for $575 right after Christmas .223 caliber. Went to leave to go home and get the cash and come back. Just as I was leaving another guy was filling out the paperwork. Let's just say I was pretty jacked. It had a laser, flashlight, red dot, pistol grip handle, fore grip, and all kinds of stuff. Gonna maybe do a build sometime soon with one
That sucks. Since sandy hook it was impossible to find any tactical rifles of any kind around here. A cabalas outpost just opened by my house and had some in stock upon opening, and they sold out within hours.
 

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Probably my father-in-law's Thompson Contender .45/70 pistol. I think the thing would drop a mammoth, and it is a blast to shoot! Literally!
 

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I have never liked the AR platform. That's even after owning them. There is something to be said for the warm glow of a wooden stock and the silky smooth action of a well worn levergun.


On the 9c....just punch out the disconnect and dremel it down. And the mag safety takes 2 minutes to remove. Awesome little pistols.

 

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Probably my father-in-law's Thompson Contender .45/70 pistol. I think the thing would drop a mammoth, and it is a blast to shoot! Literally!
That would be a fun gun to shoot. Biggest pistol I've ever shot was the .357
 

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On the 9c....just punch out the disconnect and dremel it down. And the mag safety takes 2 minutes to remove. Awesome little pistols.

Or just buy a pistol without all the additional safeties.
 

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Saw this nice DPMS ar15 at walmart for $575 right after Christmas .223 caliber. Went to leave to go home and get the cash and come back. Just as I was leaving another guy was filling out the paperwork. Let's just say I was pretty jacked. It had a laser, flashlight, red dot, pistol grip handle, fore grip, and all kinds of stuff. Gonna maybe do a build sometime soon with one
building them is the way to go, if you want plain jane it can be pretty cheap, but if you want full out custom they start getting pricey.. any thing black rifle related right now is a bit hard to get but with patience its worth it

Probably my father-in-law's Thompson Contender .45/70 pistol. I think the thing would drop a mammoth, and it is a blast to shoot! Literally!
holy jesus, a 45/70 pistol! my granpa has a ruger number 2 45/70 i shot it and it didnt really kick but after 6 shots i didnt want anymore of it, that sucker can transfer some energy !
 
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