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What is your preference for a concealed carry weapon?

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  1. FergusonTO35

    FergusonTO35 Pinnacle OPE Member

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    You have good taste in guns and smokes!
     
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    Stevetheboatguy mountain dew and ibuprofen please

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    Damn straight.

    Ruger, Springfield, S&W and Taurus are my preference. I hate to admit it, but I was a glock dumbazz a while back. Had a new 21 explode on the 8th round. Had nothing but a bad experience with their warranty and shipping. I'll never own another. (Going on 16yrs and I haven't even been tempted)

    Nothing but praise for the other above brands. They have been top notch and put the customer service above and beyond. Especially Taurus, for inexpensive guns they have first class service.



    Steven

    Edit: s&w has always been good to me. But I have heard they aren't run the same as when I was a active shooter. And I hear the half breed wather/s&w firearms don't get the same warranty coverage that the old s&w's would receive. That was disappointing to find out.
     
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    CrystalRiver1 Pinnacle OPE Member

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    Looking at this pretty seriously:
    RUGER-57 5.7X28MM 4.94" BARREL 20+1 16401 - $599.95
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  4. FergusonTO35

    FergusonTO35 Pinnacle OPE Member

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    We've had a few of those 57's at my side job shop, they don't stay under the glass for long.
     
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    CrystalRiver1 Pinnacle OPE Member

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    Appreciate the feedback.
    What's your thoughts on 57's as personal carry weapons?
    Vs .9mm or .38 special?
     
  6. Locust Cutter

    Locust Cutter Air Force Redneck

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    I'd be worried about over-penetration for street use. If for Zombie Apocalypse, then it would probably do fine.
     
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    CrystalRiver1 Pinnacle OPE Member

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    Yep, I've read a lot about that and checked some videos. Seemed like there would be a round like a wadcutter type or something that would remedy that.:confundio1:
    But, it does fly mighty fast!:lily:
     
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    41FanForLife Here For The Long Haul!

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    How far are you from Cabela's?
     
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    50 miles
     
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    Czed Aluminium Member

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    The TX .22 is a very accurate pistol
    We shot 500rnds and only had 4 bad primer rounds no jams. 20200726_111145_HDR.jpg 20200726_111127.jpg My friend bought 2 TX ..22s and is buying a g3 full size and a g3c after shooting mine.
    I have about 800rnds through the g3 no failures.
     
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    Went to pick up some 45apc today... Holy empty shelves. Only handgun ammo in stock was 454 casull.
     
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