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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by StinkyF, Jan 26, 2016.
I'm thinking about this little beauty.
10.5" 5.56 pistol or a 9mm AR pistol.
Ruger American .270 or 30-06. I'm a noob.
Big fan of J-frame air weights. If you can swing the extra, I personally would lean toward a Scandium model rated for .357, I think it's the 340. You can always download your .357s to .38 Special +P or standard load. I have always been leery of non enclosed ejector rods.
Looking at a Glock 19 or a double barrel beretta 686 silver pigeon.
I'm a big Ruger fan myself, but I bought a Savage Model 11 for the Thanksgiving hunt this year. I'm incredibly happy with the Savage. It's shoots
much better than my Ruger.
Got this 2 weeks ago for what I thought was a stupid cheap price ($723). Always wanted a .308.
Love my 75B, the P01 has been on my list for awhile.
This should work for home defense from invading pit bulls.
go big or go home
Entry-level AR in 5.56, either the S&W M&P Sport II or the Windham Weaponry SRC.
I almost posted that one
I could afford it for about an hour. I was gonna shoot a .50 machine gun in the desert for one of my birthdays until I found out how much the ammo cost.
An M1 NMR is on the list as well.
If not that, an H&K P7.
The Mrs. got me this for Christmas. So I'm not due for a new gun just yet.
Still wanting my first AR. Just don't know which.
I just got this at Thanksgiving. Ruger .3006
Damn! You stole it.
I love my 9mm...
And I think you're right to go 10.5 on a 5.56. You'll still be blasting a ton of unburnt powder out the end of the barrel, just less than a 7.5. Your bullets will stabilize a little better and tumble less. 62 grains are almost required in the short barrels if you don't want to keyhole at 50 yards. The flash and concussion on mine is disturbing, though the Kaw Valley linear comp helped a lot.