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Bought any guns lately? What did you buy?

10/26/08 @ 7:19 PM
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CazTrait
CazTrait
USER SINCE 6/15/01
Winchester Super X2 wrapped in shadow grass. $775 new.

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10/9/21 @ 9:34 PM
One shot one kill
MEMBER SINCE 8/12/02

Just checked online, and a standard 1911 has 51 parts .  Don't know about  1911A or Commander  .

10/7/21 @ 6:59 AM
Stoney Point
USER SINCE 6/18/01

One Shot.... not entirely true. Yes, the 1911 has more parts in a field strip scenario, but not as many as you state.

M1911 vs. M9 By D. Kamm On January 14th, 1985 the Pentagon announced that  the M1911A1 .45 caliber pistol had finally been officially replaced as the  standard-issue handgun of the US military, after having served nearly 74  years in that role. The new ...


10/7/21 @ 6:35 AM
TunaBoat
TunaBoat
MEMBER SINCE 4/11/02

I bought a Browning Cynergy CX in 12ga.  It has a 30 inch barrel and a wood stock.  I have had it for about 6 weeks and shoot trap and sporting clays with it.  Purchased it from Midwest Shooters Supply in Lomira, Wi. and paid $1570.00 plus tax.  Held one yesterday at the Fond du Lac, Wi. Fleet Farm store.  They were asking $1639.00 plus tax.  My scores have gone up and I'm very happy with my purchase.

10/6/21 @ 2:59 PM
One shot one kill
MEMBER SINCE 8/12/02

I like the 92, breaks down into only 4 pieces.  Easy to clean . A 1911 is about 25 pieces  .

10/6/21 @ 12:41 PM
Wjbk95
USER SINCE 4/12/21

Only thing I would say is it’s a nice gun to have fun at the range, for home defense there are to many safeties on it.  If you are loaded and on safe, you have to flip off the safety and pull the hammer back, unless you are ex military or law enforcement most people wouldn’t be able to do that when it’s needed, why I have a M&P 40 with no safety in a fingerprint safe in the night stand.

10/6/21 @ 12:20 PM
Wjbk95
USER SINCE 4/12/21

I have a Beretta 92, was the first handgun I bought and is my favorite to shoot, I have put thousands of rounds through her of many different brands and have never had a failure…only thing was at first it patterned horrible, I don’t know if the barrel needed to be worn or not but I couldn’t hit anything at first so I bought other guns.  Now I reload my own and use 115 gr coated lead bullets and it’s a tack driver.  Only other thing was the first time my wife shot it she had her thumb up and it spit it wide open, blood all over

10/6/21 @ 1:17 AM
svitreum
svitreum
USER SINCE 8/29/06

I am looking for a pistol for my newly minted son-in-law that would be an excellent range toy and double as a great home defense gun. It has to be an all metal, hammer fired pistol under $1000. I have watched a few videos on the the Beretta 92x FR. I am wondering if anyone has any experience with these personally, and if so, your opinion on them. Thanks.

10/4/21 @ 9:11 PM
huntfishcrappie
USER SINCE 2/23/16

Bolt action .308 savage for my son... Growing up to bad fast...He is licking his chops cause his uncle said he can shoot a doe this year..

10/4/21 @ 8:31 PM
Pool8
USER SINCE 1/27/17

Picked up a Franchi 48 al Black Magic in 12 gauge.  I think it only weighs 6 and a half pounds.  

10/4/21 @ 6:10 PM
Mr.Seaguar
USER SINCE 2/5/05

I'm not buying any guns but I saw a Browning Maxus in that Vintage Tan Camo. It looked so awesome. They make it in 20 and throw in a slug barrel, sign me up. 

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