Brother, you, me, and millions would be in the streets.I refuse to 'normalize' this thought by even considering anti constitutional options. That **** doesn't fly with me.
The 2nd thing you said. Meaning one or the other, but not both.First, please define hi-capacity for the purpose of this discussion.
Second, did you say "no semi AND hi-cap" meaning you could still have one or the other, but not both in the same firearm, or did you mean no semi-autos at all, AND no hi-capacity firearms at all (like a 12-shot revolver)?
I mean, I've carried a 10-shot semi-auto before, and I didn't feel overly limited. I guess I could carry 3 different 10-shot Glocks to get back to the equivalent of my full-capacity G19 and a spare mag... :supergrin:
Did you have the 5" or the 2.75". Nice either way.Well, I guess I would be kicking myself for just having sold my 627PC this week. Now I'm down to only owning 6-shot .357s.
Thanks but no. Not really interested in your vid.Watch this and you might understand why even every little consideration rounds us up into the wrong direction.
I'll give you the P220 (8 rounds IIRC), so call anything over 8 as "hi-cap".I’ve read the thread and not really sure what you’re after here. For a concealed pistol a G26, assuming 10 rnds isn’t hi-cap per your definition. For combat pistol, SIG P220; with limited rounds go for punch. For rifle, AR15 with whatever your mag cap limit is, just go with plenty of mags!
Too many guns (no such thing) and too little time?.22 Henry
.22 Single Six
.22 Marlin XT bolt action
Pair of .357 Vaqueros
.357 Uberttis lever action
16 Ga Noble pump
12 ga Stoger Coach
I don't think I've shot a single one of those guns in a year. Some several yrs. Except the marlin, I shot last summer.
I'd like to hear about the Kimber when you receive. I've looked at them, haven't fired one yet. Seems like a well made popper. I've downsized a bit in recent years, preparing for complete retirement. My 6 shot .357 needs are met by Smith 66-1 2.5". Carried it for many years of LEO duty.I'm hoping I won't miss it, because I've got a 3" Kimber K6s inbound that I expect to get more use out of.
Ahhhh. While attempting to avoid the legal aspects of this topic, it's interesting to SEE work arounds nonetheless.There are viable non-semiautomatic options like two of my pump action rifles shown below, products of both the UnConstitutional guns laws of NYS and the '94 AWB:
Troy "Sporting Rifle" model in 5.56x45 with 60 round Magpul PMAG D-60:
Romanian CUGIR "PAR-1" model in 7.62x39 (flash hider added post 2004) with new production Korean 75 round drum mag:
Both have available and accept common to their respective platform 5 and 10 round mags if need be.
Curious. How was that 7615?Having moved out of a very anti gun state recently this is not as hypothetical as some make it out to be!
My choices at the time:
S&W j frame and k frames
The long discontinued Remington 7615 pump 223
Steyr scout rifle 308
Old school Winchester 1892 lever