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Discussion in 'Handguns' started by Megalodon, Mar 24, 2010.
HK USPc .40:
Glock 31 Duty Issue (Now replaced with G22 Gen 4):
Part of the collection.
rabidchicken, Who made the LCP holster?
It appears to be a Crossbreed Microclip.
Ruger is making some great products these days. I'm seriously considering picking up a LC9 or SR9c after the holidays.
From my last OIF rotation:
HK MK23 USSOCOM
Milkor MGL (40 mike mike):tickedoff:
I admit I am rather jealous of the firearms you guys have access to. Here in the UK things are a little more restricted! This is the closest I can get to a pistol
(my Ruger Super Redhawk Long-barrelled revolver)
- under UK law it is classified as a rifle as the overall length (barrel minimum and wrist support included) is greater than a legal minimum.
It is a great tack-driver for competition ; guns are strictly NOT for home/self defence over here.
Dear Lord! I thought my dad's .44 was big :laugh: I've always felt bad for you guys over there, you know we're always looking for more gun owners...I'm sure we can scrape up a few anti-gun, lefties to trade for you :laugh: That is a nice looking firearm (don't know whether to call it a handgun or a rifle)
Oh the fun I could have with one of those MGL's :evilgrin:
I appreciate the thought, JonM1911. The strange thing is its no problem owning suppressors/moderators/silencers for my rifles, and my licence allows me to shoot deer etc (no limit on no.s) on any land where the owner has given me permission, yet I can't own a .22 pistol.
The vagaries of a democratically elected government!
Thank you. Good to hear your back in one piece.
Nice. A Remington 870 Express is next on my shopping list
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My trusty Marlin here won't put big holes in the target like some of the above posted firearms but it's darn cheap to shoot.
I think the phrase hand-rifle fits here...
Loving my LC9. Perfect size for concealed carry and fits my body type well (5'11", 150lbs). I was always afraid that a double-stack magazine would be too wide for my frame and imprint too much.
Top: Sig P229E2 (9mm) This my daily carry, as can be seen by the crap on the grip...apparently I need to clean her after my range trip this Saturday.
Left: Sig 226 Enhanced Elite w TLR-2 (9mm)
Right: Kimber Warrior
Carry rounds, Winchester Ranger Talons 147g 9mm and 230g .45.
Wow, we have to fill out paperwork and pay $200 for a suppressor here in the states...??? Add to that I live in an area where my police chief won't sign off on the paperwork, so I have to create a Trust and register the items on the Trust to go around needing the signature...the Trust is about $600 if you have a lawyer do it. That makes no sense, suppressors are ok, but pistols are evil...