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  • Ron Jessee
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    i read a pamplet from them once, the way it was written you'd think that handguns load themselves and just WAIT in joyous contemplation for some dope not to exercise good muzzle discipline

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    The ACLU wouldn't care, its not a violation of someone's civil rights to have a baby near shot gun.

    Handgun Control Incorporated would, of course, because those are dangerous assault weapons on that carpet, and no one ^h^h^h only the police and military should have access to firearms.

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  • Ron Jessee
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    I just wonder what someone in the ACLU would say about the hand of that baby being within 3 feet of that shotgun, regardless of circumstance or the number of pounds of force it takes to rack a round AFTER the release is held in lol

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  • CAPTAIN KOOLAID
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    Add Ons

    Where start sidearm.
    Beretta 92f/s change 4.5 inch barrel to 6 inch barrel with threading for a compensator, Hogue Mono-grips going add crimes trace laser grips and ghost bright sight to as well.
    Shotgun
    Winchester 1300 speed pump
    front FWD grip pressure pad laser heat shield pistol grip folder over stock
    top saddle 6 shell holder adding ghost ring heat shield sights and put ghost bright sight on as well also a tac light with a
    pressure pad .
    AR 15 bushmaster
    4 rail system ,tac light and laser with
    pressure pads, front FWD grip,
    eotech sight , Hogue Mono-grips, 4 position collapsible stock and rubber butt plate, going add front and read flip up sights
    375 mag Taurus m65
    Hogue Mono-grips going add ghost bright sights to it
    Attached Files

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  • JSam21
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    The money is kind of tight right now with the medical bills finally coming in from my leg injury. (off duty so no help from the company besides my insurance). I'm thinking about getting a Taurus Model 82SS new. I'm going to go look at a few shops to see if they have any good smiths used for less than this costs new.

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  • Bill Warnock
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    I've fired my S&W 65-2 for years and have never had any problem of stoppages. Like its brother 66-2 or 4, carbon will building up but that is what cleaning is all about. I had a S&W Combat Masterpiece, target shoe and hammer and in a moment of insanity, sold it. I reproach myself on a daily basis for being so utterly "dumb."
    Enjoy the day,
    Bill

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  • T202
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    I'm more partial to Smith & Wesson. I have had my Model 64 for over 30 years, thousands of rounds and not one problem.

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    I carried a 64HB in a SSIII holster, and also a Model 10, in the same SSIII holster.

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  • JSam21
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    Well I was informed today that I will be getting my armed position here shortly. So off to buy a new weapon. I'm thinking the S&W Model 67 or the Taurus Model 80. Opinions

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  • BadBoynMD
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    Originally posted by Hank1 View Post
    The say that revolvers are more reliable when you need it most. I carried a .357 with .38 caliber rounds (per Fl. law) 3 years ago. It never failed me during requals or practice rounds EVER! I will say that my semi-auto has stove piped, and mis-fired during these times. However, practice and weapons care has ceased these malfunctions. Again, TRAIN, TRAIN, TRAIN! And TRAIN some more!!!!

    Be safe,

    Hank
    Or as my friends says.."perfect practice makes perfect".

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  • Hank1
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    The say that revolvers are more reliable when you need it most. I carried a .357 with .38 caliber rounds (per Fl. law) 3 years ago. It never failed me during requals or practice rounds EVER! I will say that my semi-auto has stove piped, and mis-fired during these times. However, practice and weapons care has ceased these malfunctions. Again, TRAIN, TRAIN, TRAIN! And TRAIN some more!!!!

    Be safe,

    Hank

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  • JSam21
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    The thing is that our gun choice is determined by the St. Louis Board of Police, which is run by the state of Missouri. The funny thing is that in Kansas City, their Board of Police also run by the state of Missouri, S/O are allowed to carry anything they want besides long guns. 9mm, 10mm, .40, .45, .357 Sig, .38, .44 mag. Pretty much if they make a holster for it you can carry it.

    I think its just a way for the STLMPD to keep us under thier thumb a little bit.

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Eventually, I'm going to have to get a semi-auto. Probably in .40 or 9mm, unless I go insane and buy a 1911 GI in .45 ACP.

    From what I've shot, I still have a preference for Beretta, with Glocks being "ok" in .40 caliber. I played "race" with someone in another lane at 10 yards, hitting black on a 5 inch diameter target without really "aiming," just dumping rounds. Most were 6-7, but then again, I was just mag dumping to see if it was controllable, only having fired 9mm, .38, .45, .357 Ow, and .44 Magnum.

    Still amuses me that .357 Ow (I mean Sig) has more downward snap than a .44 Magnum.

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  • BadBoynMD
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    Wash, D.C. SPO's are only permitted to carry .38 revolvers.

    As for me, I have night-sights and Hogue rubber grips on my Sig. I had the slide refinished in a nice glossy black. Going to be adding laser-sights here shortly.

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    They're also seen as "less lethal" than a semi-auto round, which is silly since the 9mm is basically the same diameter.

    The people who see this are usually admin lacking common sense.

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