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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by HiTechRedneck, Nov 20, 2008.
Does the term GP signify belgium manufacture? Or is it the more proper shorthand for the hi-power?
My carry gun. H&K mod 4 in 32acp. Accurate, light and reliable.
I just found my reciept, and my Henry .22 lever was $254 at Wal-Mart.
This one did not come from Wal-Mart,....
It is a great shooter, but the round is rather anemic for self defense. The Marlin Camp Carbine in 45 ACP is a hoot-ta-shoot.
I have a Ruger PC9 that is a lot of fun to warm up.
Love the levers.
I like the old .22 pumpers as well.
GP is the french moniker "Grande Puissance".
I had one of those....
I love my XD40 subcompact...
small package, big holes.
Can't go wrong with Browning rifles. Especially their Semi-automatics. I've shot a couple 300 Magnums, awesome rifle and certainly powerful enough to hunt anything and I mean anything.
Sig Sauers are my second most favorite semi automatic pistol (My favorites are H&Ks). Sig's make excellent pistols.
Oooh, I bet you can find the Waffen Ampt on that 42 dated P38. What sort of grips are on her?
Holstered, or do you pocket carry?
I like them just because they're so smooth.
If you holster it, can you post up a pic of it?
Do any of y'all have a Walther P5? I have wanted one for some time, but haven't found the right one yet.
I love this one, it's the one I shoot the most, a Ruger MarkIII Hunter, it shoots like it has a heavy bull barrel, but the fluting makes it balance like a target barrel:
I love this one too, but I shoot it a lot less, it's unpleasant to shoot and easy to carry, a S&W 340PD with a 1 7/8" barrel, it weighs 13 ounces loaded with 5 rounds of .357, this double action only scandium/titanium revolver has the highest ratio of muzzle energy to gun weight of any handgun ever made:
Here Bert, some of mine you might appreciate.
You keep telling yourself that if it malkes you feel better. It's all about chewie.
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The Kimber compared to an XD SC.