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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by BACKTOGLOCK, Sep 6, 2019.
Well, usually, but not as it applies to guns.
So in the Land of Timmy, it's not possible to own 1 pistol. It just... isn't there.
Not today, ATF.
Some people are just nosey. That's what they do.
No that was MY Rossi. How many times do I have to tell you?
When I bought my 1st one.....I had one.
I’d like 1...
I haven't had one gun since I was about 14.
I don't know anyone that is "into guns" that has only one gun.
OP - I am one who believes that learning how to use ONE gun very well is a better strategy than owning several guns that have different triggers, hammers, strikers, manual of arms, and calibers. That's been my goal for nearly 10 years and I've bought and sold WAAAY to many handguns in the process (usually at a slight loss).
The search has been exhaustive and the guns have been tested on a regular basis in IDPA and BUG matches before moving on. I'm just days away from picking up a Sig Sauer P365 and, if it proves reliable, it may replace my 9mm Glocks, and if it carries in my right front pocket fairly well, it might even replace my Ruger LCPIIs.
However, if the Sig is everything the advocates are claiming on SigTalk and other forums, I'd probably purchase another one with the cash from the other gun sales. If that occurs, then one of them would get a Streamlight TLR-6 weapon mounted light and an OWB holster so I can carry it concealed in cooler weather and for early morning walks. For me, that would be the final leg in my handgun journey and both guns would get regular workouts in IDPA and BUG matches.
For me, getting VERY proficient with ONE gun would serve me better than a safe full of handguns or a bunch of them stashed around the house (my threat assessment is nearly zero where I live in AZ and up north).
I have one... on my body right now.
You could make one work. But why would you want to?
I could probably get by with one pair of shoes. But realistically, I’d rather have steel toe work boots and a set of sneakers.
You could do it all with just one pair and if you don’t carry or shoot for fun, it’s probably more than enough anyway.
For me, I like using the best tool for the particular job.
I figured out a way to beat the system. My wife and I have only 1 pair of shoes, which we share. She takes one shoe, I take the other, and we both hop all day.
So we each only have half a pair of shoes, and therefore are not bound by the '1 is none' axiom.
I have 1 right now on me. Does that count.
The others are home resting.
You mean like one for every day of the week or maybe month?
Since that boating accident......
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"Why is there air?"--Bill Cosby
"Beware the man who only has one gun. He probably knows how to use it!" ~Clint Smith, Thunder Ranch
i have four
After the confiscation. I will still have one more gun,,,, If I have to make it myself.
Sorry, I like guns, Plural. In many calibers. But thanx for axing !