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post #421 of 2624 Old 06-22-2013, 05:10 PM
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Any idea what a model 94 is priced at used?

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post #422 of 2624 Old 06-22-2013, 05:26 PM
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Wrong thread again.

Havent shot my glock lately maybe I will tomorrow. Perhaps go up to ccsp.

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post #423 of 2624 Old 06-22-2013, 06:33 PM
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Any idea what a model 94 is priced at used?
No clue

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post #424 of 2624 Old 06-22-2013, 11:09 PM
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Any idea what a model 94 is priced at used?
Check out gunbroker.com there is a bunch of them for sale there anywhere from $400-$2k

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post #425 of 2624 Old 06-27-2013, 01:05 AM
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This is a very good read for anyone who carries a gun for protection. Maybe that 45 ACP doesnt make that much difference?
http://www.ammoland.com/2013/06/fire...#ixzz2Wlqn0JoR

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Interesting read, I am hoping these are exceptions to the rule and that statistically speaking; the majority of defensive fire is efficient enough to stop the threat.
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Oh my god!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My gun isn't effective? I my god!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm gonna die!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AHHHHHHHHHH RUUUUUUUUUNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm about 10000 times more concerned with the temperatures this weekend then I am about my gun not being effective to stop someone. If someone tries to break into your house this weekend, don't shoot them, just push them back out the door, that should be enough to ensure a kill. Especially if you trip them so that they fall on the hot ground.

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Oh my god!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My gun isn't effective? I my god!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm gonna die!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AHHHHHHHHHH RUUUUUUUUUNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm about 10000 times more concerned with the temperatures this weekend then I am about my gun not being effective to stop someone. If someone tries to break into your house this weekend, don't shoot them, just push them back out the door, that should be enough to ensure a kill. Especially if you trip them so that they fall on the hot ground.
Drama queen.
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post #429 of 2624 Old 06-27-2013, 11:06 AM
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Here is what I learned from that article. Make sure you shoot the bastard with every round you have, center mass, and not in the head. Then stab repeatedly until death occurs.
I think he does have a point, the caliber isn't as important as shot placement. Which I think I already had a good grasp on.
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Drama queen.
Or someone that finds it funny that people are so concerned over the effectiveness of the round they choose to shot when there's about a 99.99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 9999% it's never ever going to matter in ANY of our lives unless one of us is military or police...

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Or someone that finds it funny that people are so concerned over the effectiveness of the round they choose to shot when there's about a 99.99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 9999% it's never ever going to matter in ANY of our lives unless one of us is military or police...
X2 I consider my self a gun guy, but I have to laugh at these "tactical" gun people where they think that they are the **** because they have an AR15 and a pistol with a rail. Kinda drives me nuts due to most of them being losers who couldn't make it on the police department or military. Yes I know some on here have served and know how to handle their weapons, but at the same time I see people that wear gloves while they shoot a .22 and think they are the next Over weight Rambo.
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Or someone that finds it funny that people are so concerned over the effectiveness of the round they choose to shot when there's about a 99.99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 9999% it's never ever going to matter in ANY of our lives unless one of us is military or police...
I have been licensed to CCW for 15 years, yet I RARELY carry (less than once a month average). I have been in ONE situation that the police told me I should have drawn and fired, but I did not (still don't) agree so I didn't.

That being said, I DO like to know what to expect and prepare for if I do. I happen to be very happy that there are people so concerned over what is effective and not so I don't have to do all the research on my own or heaven forbid, learn from trial and error. Kinda like why I am on a Jeep forum... I like to learn stuff, whether I use it or not is a different story.
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My CCW comes up for renewal later this year so I've had mine for 5 years basically now and I've carried a total of 1 day ever in my life. If I was going to carry, I wouldn't have sold marn my keltec.

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X2 I consider my self a gun guy, but I have to laugh at these "tactical" gun people where they think that they are the **** because they have an AR15 and a pistol with a rail. Kinda drives me nuts due to most of them being losers who couldn't make it on the police department or military. Yes I know some on here have served and know how to handle their weapons, but at the same time I see people that wear gloves while they shoot a .22 and think they are the next Over weight Rambo.
I carry every day. I am not worried about something happening, I just want to be prepared if something does happen. What makes me laugh are the people who say they would do this or that in a certain situation. You honestly can't make that determination until you are in it. In most cases, even packing, I am going to go the other direction. I understand that there is no such thing as a winner in a gun fight. I understand that even after you have pulled and fired, your nightmare is not over. In fact it has just begun. I also understand that you can do everything 100% perfectly and still get hit. The only way to truly win a gun fight is to not be there when it happens.

However, I also understand that there are people in this world who are hell bent on crime and sometimes we won't get the opportunity to go the other direction. So, I do what I can. I carry a gun, I train, and I research. I adapt my life and my shooting style based upon that.

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I carry every day. I am not worried about something happening, I just want to be prepared if something does happen. What makes me laugh are the people who say they would do this or that in a certain situation. You honestly can't make that determination until you are in it. In most cases, even packing, I am going to go the other direction. I understand that there is no such thing as a winner in a gun fight. I understand that even after you have pulled and fired, your nightmare is not over. In fact it has just begun. I also understand that you can do everything 100% perfectly and still get hit. The only way to truly win a gun fight is to not be there when it happens.

However, I also understand that there are people in this world who are hell bent on crime and sometimes we won't get the opportunity to go the other direction. So, I do what I can. I carry a gun, I train, and I research. I adapt my life and my shooting style based upon that.
Well said and pretty much mirrors how I feel and act. I am curious though about the statements above about having a CCW and not carrying, what's the reasoning?

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