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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by okie, Jan 1, 2010.
If I did not go only 1911 I might well go only K Frame S&W, that is a fine line of revolvers IMO.
Unlike women, guns do not get jealous when you love another gun.
They do not mind sharing space in the safe with other guns and they do not mind when you give your attention to the other gun.
In other words... it's ok to have different guns at the same time.
Now... different calibers is another thing...
Nope, have three nice 1911's in addition to my other pistols.
I tried the whole, "Im only going to have one platform of gun"...
It didn't work for me though.
I love my single stack shooters. I also love my double stack shooters as well.
My 9MM shooters will always be Glocks. I do have a single stack 9MM shooter. One I will never sell. H&K P7M8.
I have my Sig P220s that will never get sold either.
My main carry guns are 1911s. They will be the only guns I purchase for carry and shooting from now on. The others will be used whenever they will be needed.
That bear looks like it's got a little bit of Tennessee Leg Hound in it.
love it....always "protect your right to arm bear"
Does John Moses Browning know about the AR-15 in your avatar Okie????
As far as semi-auto. go, I would be fine with just 1911's. The only other semi-autos I own now are a couple of Glocks, and I only keep them around for training since that's what I'm issued at work.
That said, I can't imagine keeping house without a few good revolvers. My S&W 342, my S&W 629-2, and my .44 Special Blackhawk are very worthy of a shelf in the safe.
Yes he does, I'm talkin pistols here