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    As it turns out, Mark, I DO have a 10mm Carbine/Pistol. A Quarter-Circle receiver and a lot of parts and pieces from other makers, it's the only Direct-impingement AR Ten Millimeter I'd ever seen, so I bought it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mastercrasher View Post
    One of many but my daily carry. Kel-Tec PF-9 with iwb clip. Right hip and easy to forget it's there. Accurate enough for my needs to 30-40 feet.

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    Have one exactly like it! Clip and all!
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    Picked up a Hartford Arms model 1925. Predecessor to the High Standard Model B. Needs a lot of TLC. And a right grip panel.589.jpg589_3.jpg589_6.jpg589_13.jpg
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    I've never had the chance to pick up one of the early pre HIStd pistols. They are either beat or priced to high for me. Hartford and the Finala are rare around here. The Reising Bearcats are another early 22 pistol. Parts for these guns are tough to come by. These guns end up in Bubba's hands who promptly feed them HV 22s that will wreck them in short order.
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    I'm an admitted revolver freak, and I love my many 1911's, but in the past few years I've also become a fan of the S&W M&P series of autopistols. I got a Shield 40 for CCW when they first came out, liked it enough to carry it for a couple years, then they brought out a 45 version, and I'm a 45 guy, so I snagged that, and have carried it since the day I bought it. Never a fan of Glocks, I decided to upgrade my duty gun to a full-size M&P-40 a couple years ago, and really like the way it handles. Polymer guns may be patently boring and ugly as a mud fence, but they do have their attributes.

    A couple months ago I started thinking about retiring and doing something else, and since I have always enjoyed being a firearms instructor, I was thinking in those terms. Talking to friends and co-workers convinced me there is still a need for people to teach civilians (especially women) the basics of handgunnery, and in that vein, I decided to add a few "teaching guns" to the fold, to give them lots of choices when it came to trying them out. Scouring the usual sales outlets led me to some smoking deals on three different M&P's, and I wound up buying all three. When they arrived, I was not disappointed, as all three are Gen 2.0 versions with crisper triggers and improved stippling, both features I applaud and appreciate.



    At left is a LE trade-in 45, the gun to the right is a Compact 9mm, and the brown one is a 5" full-sized 9mm model. It's been a LONG time since I owned a 9mm, the last was a Kel-Tec I absolutely hated and got rid of quickly, these are much better suited to Serious Social Situations. The five-incher had an ambi safety, the others two don't have manuals safeties at all, just like my duty pistol.

    It's not often I get to pick up three new pistols at the same time, but friends, there are some SERIOUS bargains out there is you sniff around. The 9mm compact with three magazines and night sights was $349, the LE trade-in with night sights was $299, and the spiffy Flat Dark Earth 9mm was only $419. That's three nice pistols for well under a grand, and the fun part is that all M&P's fit the same holsters, so I don't need to buy a bunch of new leather (or Kydex) for them, I have several holsters that will work.

    Some say plastic pistols have no soul. I won't say they're sexy or glamorous or anything, but they're fun to shoot, hold a lot of bullets (especially compared to my beloved revolvers and 1911's) and they hold up well. I guess I like 'em.
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    Furlong, I appreciate the "help" with the math, but if you knew what I just spent on ammo to feed these things you'd quickly realize I don't live in the same world as most folks. Numbers become fuzzy when I'm dealing with my "needs".

    As an example, HoneyBaby's car got broken into over the weekend, and I am fully committed to spending what it costs to install 3D laser guided machine guns to make sure it never happens again. Which means I'll also need a backhoe to hide the bodies, and enough lime to cover the traces of a large herd of rhinocerouseseseses. That's just how I roll. NOBODY hates thieves and vandals more than me.

    And here's a nice picture of some guns! Moving on...….

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    New to me and something different!

    Wichita Arms single shot IHMSA Unlimited Silhouette in 6.5 BR with 158gr cast gas checked bullet. Shot over 50 to 200 meter course of fire.

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