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What to buy, what to buy?

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by TJarv, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. TJarv

    TJarv

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    Well I've been putting a little cash away here and there for a while now in the gun fund, and now its time to put this to good use.

    I've narrowed it down to several guns but can make that final decision.

    If it helps, here's a list of what I have now. XD9 tactical, Sig .22, citadel 3" 1911, and a walther pps which is my carry gun.

    The guns I'm considering to add are: Taurus 24/7 45 acp, EAA .40 sw, PX4 .40 sw, Ruger Vaquero .45 colt, Ruger blackhawk .44 mag, and last but not least XDM .40 sw

    Any experience with these?

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  2. TN.Frank

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    PX4 Storms in 40cal are nice, wait a while and they'll have the Compact versions out.
    XDM in 40 cal would be good for you since you've already got one in 9mm, the controls and stuff would be the same.
    Don't see any DA revolvers on your list. Might look into a J-Frame for CCW or even an L-Frame 357Mag for a GP revolver.
     

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    Well I have a Taurus .41 mag in the works.

    And I don't really care for the j frames

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    TN.Frank Liberty or Death

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    Is it that little 5 shot snub in 41Mag? I've been interested in one of those for a long time but just can't bring myself to get one.
     
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    The one I'm getting is a Taurus tracker .41 mag with a 4" barrel

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    There isnt a CZ 75 on your list!
     
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    How about a Walther PPQ?

    Amazing reviews everywhere.
     
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    I know this doesn't help because I'm not at all going by your list of guns you are interested in but,

    If that's what I had the next 4 guns I bought would be a Ruger 10/22, Remington 870 and 700, and an AR or similar.
     
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    This was just a list of handguns. I just sold my 10/22, have an 870, have a weatherby rifle, and just finished building my AR.

    They were good suggestions though.

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    What does a CZ 75 go for?

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    Are those pretty similar to the PPS?

    I wouldn't mind having a big brother for my pps, do they sell a .45 acp?

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