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Old 07-22-2018, 04:58 PM   #31
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I would have to say itís my P229 Legion 9mm. It just feels good in my hand and itís quite a nail driver...
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Old 07-22-2018, 05:11 PM   #32
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Easy question to answer. CZ 75 Compact.
If one's good, two's better... Big Cape, I've been awfully tempted to order another one from CGW, tuned up.
Interesting that you say that Hodge...

Lately I've been thinking I would try out a CZ, after hearing so much about them, and the CZ75 Compact is the one I've decided I'd get. One day soon I hope to see what all the fuss is about.
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Old 07-22-2018, 05:36 PM   #33
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Depends on the day it seems..............right now.......the Dan Wesson
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Beretta 1301 and S&W 629 V-Comp.

Love my Sigs but if I was just grabbing something to go have fun shooting those are they.
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Old 07-22-2018, 06:34 PM   #35
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On the handgun side, it is my two-tone P239 in 9mm. On the rifle side, my 1973 vintage Winchester lever-action .22 that I recently inherited from my brother and is still in mint condition after 45 years! Super accurate, and silky smooth to operate and shoot, while handling S, L, and LR ammo with ease.

High-gloss checkered American walnut stock and forearm, and deep rich high-gloss blueing on the steel makes it a real looker that you don’t find much these days either!

Edit to add: Per request, I have posted 3 photos of the Winchester. Sorry they're not of better quality, but I'm still reeling from vertigo and didn't feel up to using the good camera and lighting gear, so had to go with an ancient point-n-shoot instead....




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Old 07-22-2018, 06:39 PM   #36
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A basically worthless to anyone else JC Higgins Model 20 12 ga pump shotgun. Why? My mom bought it for my dad the day after they got married. 20 years later he gave it to me for my 18th Birthday. It has been stolen once and recovered and will never have another owner as long as I am alive.


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1940 Winchester .22 model 62. It belonged to my grandfather who I never got to meet.




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On the handgun side, it is my two-tone P239 in 9mm. On the rifle side, my 1973 vintage Winchester lever-action .22 that I recently inherited from my brother and is still in mint condition after 45 years! Super accurate, and silky smooth to operate and shoot, while handling S, L, and LR ammo with ease.

High-gloss checkered American walnut stock and forearm, and deep rich high-gloss blueing on the steel makes it a real looker that you donít find much these days either!
wish you would post a picture of the Winchester.
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Old 07-22-2018, 08:21 PM   #39
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remington 121. my first gun, Christmas at 9 yrs of age. the picture isn't my gun, it's an internet pic.
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That would be this.
Unissued 1903 .
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The very top would have to be my Sako 85 Bavarian, in 6.5x55 Swedish Mauser, with Nightforce 2.5-10x42 scope. It is a dream to shoot, and the most accurate weapon I've ever fired. It also happens to be the only caliber I load for:



A close runner up would be my Tavor, who I have named, "Gal Gadot", for obvious reasons ():


And of pistols, it would be my German P226.
Glad there’s another member on here who has a German P226, a Sako, and loves Gal Gadot all at the same time.
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Depends on the day and my mood.
And the job at hand.

For a ground squirrel in my back yard, a CZ-452 with suppressor and scope.
For carry, bumper modified P229 40.
For a varmint at a few hundred yards, a Cooper Montana 21 with a big Leupold.
For bear protection, a 45-70 Marlin 1895 guide gun.
HD, a built up AR pistol with Adam Arms piston upper and suppressor, green laser and weapon light.
Hiking in bear country (i.e. around home), Wilson Combat 10mm with full power hard cast.
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Would have to be my current daily carry pistol, 1911 Springfield RO Elite Champion in 9mm. It was love at first range session last month.
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That's a hard choice for me to make. The one that I seem to take out and fondle the most is a 1972 ex-Norwegian Air Force Walther P38. I've always loved the P38 and mine is a beauty with its matte blue finish. When Norway converted to the Glock 17 most of these were scrapped. I've been told that only around 150 survived.
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My P99AS full size is my most carried weapon. Number 2 would be my P226 in 357Sig.



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