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Finally took some full collection pics

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by bac1023, Dec 17, 2010.

  1. bac1023

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    Thanks

    The Browning Hi-Power and S&W 952 are two of the best pistols ever built, in my opinion.


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    ...the Walther P88 isn't too shabby either.


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  2. bac1023

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    Sorry I missed this question.

    I store them in a room on shelving. While its tight, none of them really ever touch each other, so scratches are avoided.
     

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    Guys, sorry I'm late on this, but thank you VERY much for all the great comments. :wavey:
     
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    Thank you for the pics. I do have a question. Everyone keeps asking you which one you like the best. Which pistol that you own do you like the least?
     
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    I going to guess the Tauri as far as the 1911's are concerned.
     
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    Just seen this.... holy crap!!!:wow: Where do ya keep em'. PM me your address:cool:
     
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    That's a good question. Al, you're certainly right as far as 1911s are concerned.

    As far as non-1911s go, I guess it would be easy for me to say the Hi-Point or Jimenez. They're definitely in the running for sure, but I don't expect much from them. The Walther P22 was a big disappointment from a quality and reliability standpoint.
     
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    I would expect that about the Hi point, that is disappointing about the Walther.
     
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    The P22 is cheaply built and unreliable with all but the hottest 22lr ammo.

    Others have had luck with them, but many have the same experience as me.
     
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    Now that room and shelving would certainly be worth a pic or two :)
     
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    That is a crazy collection. Is there a method to the madness? Lots of quality stuff, but junk too. The S&W 952 is sooooo gorgeous.
     
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    Nice collection! Wow!
     
  14. bac1023

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    I just like the full range of handguns from cheap to expensive.

    Yes, the 952 is an incredible gun. Its got my vote as one of the best 9mms ever built.