Author Topic: What's a handgun you always wanted, but just never got around to getting?  (Read 5365 times)

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Offline Alte Schule

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That's more than awesome.and one that's chambered for .30 Luger is even more so. Very nice find.

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Glad to see you back Tango! :wave1:

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I'm still kicking myself for passing up a real nice Ed Brown 1911 last year. Had the money in my pocket,but just didn't want to spend it.
I will buy a nice top shelf 1911 one day,between all the top makers,there are some very,very beautiful guns to choose from.

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I'm still kicking myself for passing up a real nice Ed Brown 1911 last year. Had the money in my pocket,but just didn't want to spend it.
I will buy a nice top shelf 1911 one day,between all the top makers,there are some very,very beautiful guns to choose from.

I have previously owned two Ed Brown Special Forces 1911s. They were pretty awesome.

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Sig P226 Scorpion. Some how there is always something else I end up going home with when I intend to pick this Sig up.


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I'm still kicking myself for passing up a real nice Ed Brown 1911 last year.

I have previously owned two Ed Brown Special Forces 1911s. They were pretty awesome.

during my 1911 era I bought an Ed Brown SS Special Forces, in 9mm, for my Wife - very nice pistol ((weight (at 42ozs), however, is as much or more than my other 1911s))

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Both mine were in 45. I always wanted a 9mm one. Awesome!

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Both mine were in 45. I always wanted a 9mm one. Awesome!

I really want a 1911 in 38 Super.

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Colt Python. Always loved them, but never owned one. And they make them again! Is .357 with a six inch barrel powerful enough to take hogs?
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