Ruling out M&Ps, Sig 320s, Walther PPXs and other plastic guns.....oh, and the one from Austria....
Here's my list (in no order) of the ones I've had/shot and liked best:
Browning Hi Power
Walther P 38 P1 P5 (family)
Beretta 92 in all its incarnations
Smith & Wesson 39 & 59 series...
The Indian media is like the American media on steroids. They are also behind on the times, the US Army moced to 9mm a long time ago.
A ship engine failed and no one could fix it.
Then they brought in a chap with 40 yrs. on the job.
He inspected the engine very carefully, top to bottom.
After looking things over, the guy reached into his bag and pulled out a small hammer.
He gently tapped something. Instantly, the engine...
So what's everyone's best firearm score?
Mine was a LNIB Sig Sauer p220 Equinox with original grips + Crimson trace laser grips for 800 on gunbroker. Lucked out big time on that one. I know someone else on here picked up a shotgun at a garage sale for 5 bucks. I can't wait for that to happen...
I check Armslist pretty much every day. Well, I guess I can stop - I'll never find a classified ad better than this one:
I have no connection with the seller, just giving his brilliance some attention.
A few years ago I acquired an o/u shotgun from a family friend. The problem is I never heard of the company and I cannot find any information on it.. I'll include a couple pics of the shotgun. On the barrel it says "JL Galef and Son NY,NY" "Golden Snipe III". If anyone can give some information...
I love these stories, they just remind me I don't know everything,
This is the best article and advice i've read to date for a new lady shooter. Very good advice, all accurate and all true. I have experienced some of the experiences in the article myself. It's a short article, but worth the read for any new lady shooters on the forum. Enjoy...
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