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Old 01-15-2014, 10:35 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I use five seven pistol too, best handgun I own.*
My buddy does as well. Went all in on 5.7. Decent round, pretty remarkable in a pistol.... We have the .45 / 5.7 debate on a regular basis. All in fun of course.
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One of my favorite hand guns, couldn't justify keeping it though.


When its too cold to stand outside to shoot haha


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Old 01-15-2014, 10:42 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I love the 5.7, just for the armor piercing,





V beautiful gun.


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I have many Walthers, and a couple of k.98k Mausers. I gave up the poodle shooters a long time ago and moved up to 7,62.



I built this all-matching StG.58 from a brand new Styer kit on an Imbel receiver.




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Me!!!
I go to the range a few times Week

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Old 01-15-2014, 11:22 AM   #16 (permalink)
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This is my 20th wedding anniversary gift from my delightful husband:



It's a S&W E Series .45--VERY nice to shoot, though I'm still getting used to the trigger pull.

He also built an AR for us to share for Christmas.

I have a Browning High Power 9mm that I bought nearly 20 years ago...one of the most accurate pistols I've ever shot.

I have a couple of rifles for hunting too, though I don't hunt much.
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I like have a gun talk area

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This is my 20th wedding anniversary gift from my delightful husband:



It's a S&W E Series .45--VERY nice to shoot, though I'm still getting used to the trigger pull.

He also built an AR for us to share for Christmas.

I have a Browning High Power 9mm that I bought nearly 20 years ago...one of the most accurate pistols I've ever shot.

I have a couple of rifles for hunting too, though I don't hunt much.
I'm a firearms dealer and this is a very nice 1911.... I'm a sucker for 1911's or firearms in general... Here is one of mine ...Springfield Armory TRP 1911 Anyone into firearms?-image.jpg

I have the Springfield Armory Professional 1911 on order from their custom shop....it's a 24 month wait.....I have about 10 LONG months left....
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This is my 20th wedding anniversary gift from my delightful husband:



It's a S&W E Series .45--VERY nice to shoot, though I'm still getting used to the trigger pull.

He also built an AR for us to share for Christmas.

I have a Browning High Power 9mm that I bought nearly 20 years ago...one of the most accurate pistols I've ever shot.

I have a couple of rifles for hunting too, though I don't hunt much.
That's a nice gun!

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Old 01-15-2014, 12:01 PM   #20 (permalink)
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That's a nice gun!

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It really really is. I have large hands for a woman, but my fingers aren't as long as my spouse's so I wasn't sure about this one. I've shot his other .45's and had to stretch a bit for comfortable pull, but this one is great. And the trigger is very "crisp" for lack of a better word. It's really a blast to shoot.

I also enjoy shooting shotguns...I have a 20 gauge Mossberg and a side-by-side 12 gauge Steven's. Very fun!
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