State your opinion of your views.

Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by Elysianarcane, Nov 13, 2012.


  1. Hopefully this won't cause a debate, but I think I'd like to hear peoples own opinion on their preferences.

    Mine are (And it can be about anything Gun related)

    .45ACP or bust.

    The .40 S&W is a odd round... either go 9X19, or .45....

    10mm Auto is better then the .357SIG in every way possible.

    I think Glock's are fantastic pistols, but NOT the greatest on the planet.

    For killing, the 5.45X39 is better then the 5.56 NATO...

    When it comes down to M1911's I won't touch anything but a Colt.

    All in all. I carry a Beretta 92FS with 124gr Double-Tap +P's
     

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  2. Really?

    You are killing your credibility. You just stated in Mas's forum that you are not old enough to carry yet...
     

  3. The 1911 is 100 years old for good reason.
    If you think a 9mm won't kill you, I know a few headstones to show you.
    Handguns are handy, rifles are dandy.
    The best caliber for self defense starts with 7.62
    I own a .40 due to my job, I own revolvers for reliability
    Most who have told me "What it takes to survive a gunfight" has never been anywhere near a fight.

    As I am in my 23rd year, I have been able to do task number one: Go home at the end of every shift safe & sound...
     
  4. That's odd, that's the one 1911, I won't own! The only thing more odd is your other two statements! :rofl:
     
  5. ChuteTheMall

    ChuteTheMall HildabeastHater

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    State your opinion of your views.

    In my opinion, my views are correct.
     
  6. HAW! You nailed it!

    The first stop when I check into Glock Talk is the Gate Self-Defense forum and the second is Caliber Corner. I caught this immediately, as did you.
     
  7. I have to admit, I'm impressed! Taking names,right out of the box! Impressive to say the least.
     
  8. Dang it! You beat me to it! :rofl:
     
  9. My opinion of my views are that they are all right and yours are all wrong.:wavey:
     
  10. Because gun companies kept it around. If old GI issue 1911 Colts were the only 1911s on the market the 1911 most likely would have died off or went to nill a very long time ago.
     
  11. uz2bUSMC

    uz2bUSMC 10mm defender

    Sorry for your luck.

    ETA: Just my opinion.
     
    #11 uz2bUSMC, Nov 13, 2012
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  12. uz2bUSMC

    uz2bUSMC 10mm defender

    Awsome. Your first post is throwin' someone under the bus. Good stuff!

    ETA: Just my second opinion.
     
    #12 uz2bUSMC, Nov 13, 2012
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  13. Yeah, because the design still works pretty much unchanged for 101 yrs. We'll see if Glock can last that long.:tongueout:
    Plenty of really good 1911 not made by Colt. Nothing wrong with the 40 either, it does offer some benefits of both 9mm & 45. GLock is a good tool, but I have seen my share have failures, they are not idiot proof. Only thing really wrong w/ the 10mm is lack of enough diff guns to make it matter.
     
    #13 fredj338, Nov 13, 2012
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  14. I believe it takes a fair sized hog to weigh a ton.
     
  15. :rofl: I feel the same way.
     
  16. Lol I didn't notice it was his first post.
     
  17. uz2bUSMC

    uz2bUSMC 10mm defender

    Yep, funny as hell to me.:supergrin:

    ET: Damnit, third opinion.
     
    #17 uz2bUSMC, Nov 13, 2012
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  18. uz2bUSMC

    uz2bUSMC 10mm defender

    Jeff,

    Don't do it bro... you should save your second post for something else epic.


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  19. Okay dude, so your first statement says ".45 ACP or bust." Then you mention you carry a Beretta 92FS. Kind of a contradiction isn't it? Just giving you some **** dude. :tongueout:

    I do agree the .40 S&W is an odd round. Anymore I don't think there is much of a need to bridge the gap between 9mm and .45.
     
  20. Clutch Cargo

    Clutch Cargo Amsterdam Haze

    Still waiting on that 1911 Colt?:supergrin:
     

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