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Guns you shouldn't like, but do.

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Diesel McBadass, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. Diesel McBadass

    Diesel McBadass Tactically Epic

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    I made fun of the judge mercilessly. Then handle a smith governor and think its awesome and just want one.

    The beretta 21 and 950 guns, too small to have a real purpose but just cool little things.

    What do you like even though you probably shouldn't?
     
  2. paulbow

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    Desert Eagle
    AR-15 pistols
    TC contenders
    X frame smiths
     

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    collim1 Shower Time!

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    The Beretta Tomcat .32's

    No real use with all the pocket .380s out there these days, but still always wanted one.
     
  5. paragon1

    paragon1

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    Sig P250
    Judge
    Kel Tec P32
     
  6. paragon1

    paragon1

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    The governor is a stretched N-frame so it has a good lineage.
     
  7. Three-Five-Seven

    Three-Five-Seven Señor Mombo Millennium Member

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    There is a lot not to like about AK-47s when compared to modern assault rifles. But, I like 'em anyway.
     
  8. countrygun

    countrygun

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    My wife is a "Taurus" fan. So far she has yet to but a failure and just brought #6 home. Last year she brought a 4" 7-shot .357 "Tracker" home. I am a S&W guy and after years of shooting 6-shot revolvers that size an extra round is more annoying than anything, and I HATE ported handguns, the grips might be nice for a lot of folks but aren't quite "right" for me. Despite all that, it seems to not be picky about ammo, it doesn't really "hate" anything I've fed it, it has run 100%.

    I have plenty of other .357s but I find myself taking this Taurus along with me more often than most of the other 4" .357s
     
  9. DonD

    DonD

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    Don't know why you shouldn't like the X frame S&Ws. I think they're fantastic guns, very versatile, love both of mine. Don
     
  10. Berto

    Berto woo woo

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    I like pistol caliber carbines, like my Sterling stormtrooper gun...even though I can accept a 5.56 would be superior.
    I like derringers, even though they aren't as practical.
    I like top break revolvers, even though they are not as strong as HE or solid framed guns.
     
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    I agree with part of that. But my norinco just keeps on singing!
     
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    collim1 Shower Time!

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    The sights suck, the safety is less than convenient, and the lack of a bolt hold open ices the cake.

    However, they work, even the cheaply built ones so they are still a good option.
     
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    vikingsoftpaw DEPLORABLE ME!

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    Sig 238, S&W J-frames...they are too small to fit my hand properly, but they work none the less.
     
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    dnuggett PRO 2A

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    Of the ones I own I shouldn't like my Keltec PMR-30. It's plastic, ugly and Keltec. But for some reason I love it. It has got to be the caliber.
     
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    Wife liked hers so much I bought her an Inox with trim to replace her blue/black one. Now she has color selection.
     
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    ctfireman

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    NAA minis (i want a pug .22wmr badly)
    snake slayer
    thompson contender ( i will buy the first 45/70 i find).
     
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    pineappleshooter

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    My NAA Black Widow
    My old Arminius 22 revolver (I learned to shoot on this one)
    Old beat up single shot 22 rifles (currently restoring an old J.C. Higgins model)
    J Frames (who needs more than 1 - I have 8)
    My Kel Tec P3at (bash all you want - it goes bang every time I pull the trigger 800+ and counting)
    Walther PPKs
    etc. etc. etc.
     
  19. Glockdude1

    Glockdude1 Federal Member CLM

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    Anything NFA.

    Can very expensive.

    :cool:
     
  20. mixflip

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    GLOCKS!

    They are plastic, blocky, plain, over hyped, have a unique grip angle, have no thumb or grip safety, people dont go oooh and ahhh when I unbox it at the range, they havent changed much in 25 years and they dont command a $1000 like a Kimber or Sig or HK...and they have no heirloom worthy character like a wood and steel 1911 or revolver.

    I should hate them but I love them!!!
     
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