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post #121 of 322 Old 05-10-2009, 09:05 AM
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HK45C filled with 185 gr. +P Federal Hydrashok hollow points.

Next I think I'd like to get something in 357 Sig since the ballistics are pretty impressive.
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post #122 of 322 Old 05-10-2009, 01:00 PM
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Wow, im with him. You americans scare me. I'm all for personal prtection, but some of your with more than one gun and multiple clips ? Really, you need more than one clip ?
I knew a guy in college who had grown up totally anti-gun. He HATED them. Then he was in a building where an armed supect ran into the building and barricaded himself in for a little standoff with the police outside. My friend hid in a bathroom and never had any contact with the bad guy but he said he sat there praying for an Uzi and a suit of armor made of loaded magazines.

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Armalite M15A4 in the back.

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KelTec p32 - Loaded with cor bon or hydra-shok. In my belt.

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What do you "Carry" when wheeling in the middle of nowhere?


ummm, spare tire... extra water?








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post #125 of 322 Old 05-10-2009, 10:42 PM
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It doesn't matter if I am in a canoe or a Jeep, when I am out in the woods I bring protection!!
Spot on - no one can argue that.

In the woods, even if you can call for help straight away, it could be Hours before it arrives.

There is only one person you can *always* depend on.... yourself.

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post #126 of 322 Old 05-10-2009, 10:52 PM
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1911s beat the hell out of plastic any day.
If thats a reference to polymer framed pistols, I couldn't disagree more. I carry both a Kimber (Custom II) and a polymer framed M&P... the Kimber is currently assigned bedside duty.

The comments you make show an either an antiquated or ignorant view of the subject matter; Glocks have been the standard-bearer of polymer frames, and have proven their mettle many times over. Hundreds of thousands of LEO's, soldiers, and gov agencies can't ALL be wrong, can they?

Speaking personally though, I am much more comforatable with a polymer on my hip than a 1911:

- Lighter weight
- Less pieces to fail
- Stronger aftermarket

For what it is worth, I have put greater than 10k rounds down each of the above-listed pistols... and I have had no more than 2 FTC's and FTE's with the M&P. The Kimber, many many more (primarily FTC's). On the M&P, they were each on days of 800+ rounds of shooting w/o cleaning (training days).

But hey, what do I know. Maybe the world IS flat.

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Hundreds of thousands of LEO's, soldiers, and gov agencies can't ALL be wrong, can they?
Um, yes. Yes they can. Especially the gov't agencies part. Who do you think decided to switch to the Beretta 92 and a .22-cal jam-o-matic rifle?

GLOCK's are alright though.



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Um, yes. Yes they can. Especially the gov't agencies part. Who do you think decided to switch to the Beretta 92 and a .22-cal jam-o-matic rifle?

GLOCK's are alright though.
There was a lot more to my argument than just that one line.

FWIW, may be interesting to note that US soldiers get issued the Beretta, while Iraqi Army gets issued a Glock, by the US forces.

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There was a lot more to my argument than just that one line.

FWIW, may be interesting to note that US soldiers get issued the Beretta, while Iraqi Army gets issued a Glock, by the US forces.
The reason for no Glock for US troops is lack of an external safety.


And I like the 19 action up there. I carry my 19 in town, but still like my 10mm for woods/desert protection. I really want one of these and a Glock 20... and a G29
http://www.mechtechsys.com/glock.html

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Colt Python, an 18 round wallet pak and a speedloader.

Sometimes in addition to that I will take a Walther P22 for plinking.

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but that is also why I have my dog along with me- pitbull/bull mastiff mix. ( I have no idea what it is, brand wise)
Any pics? I've often wondered what a Pit/Bullmastiff mix might be like.The guy I got my American Bulldogs from had an AB/Mastiff mix. Great big dog with a great big head.

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post #134 of 322 Old 06-07-2009, 10:28 AM
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S&W .357 and an AR-7. Should be enough.

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post #135 of 322 Old 06-07-2009, 10:52 AM
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Hmmm....alot of tools just incase, shovel, axe, jumper cables, tow strap, tire plugs, water, beer, food, tp, lighters, garmin with TOPO, duct tape, Beretta 9mm, Springfield 45, plenty of ammo and at least 2 Catahoulas. I had a close call with a Cougar in Colorado once....I will never leave my dogs behind again.

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