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Posted: 7/29/2005 1:38:41 PM EDT
1) S & W model 910 9mm pistol

2) Ruger model 22/45 .22 pistol

3) Remington model 597 .22 rifle

The 9mm is for SD, and the others for plinking. Thats all I could afford this "paycheck". Taking them out tomorrow to see how they perform. I bought the SW because I'd been wanting a hi-cap 9mm and this one was under $500. Bought the Ruger because I used to have a Mark-I years ago and it was a good gun. Bought the Remington, because I'm tired of 10/22s and wanted to try something different in a semi-auto.

So I got my gun-buying "fix" and feel better... at least for now.
Link Posted: 7/30/2005 1:49:23 AM EDT
Nice. That should keep you busy for a while.
Link Posted: 7/30/2005 2:39:01 PM EDT
One in each hand and one slung on the back....very Matrix/Lara Croft thing going there!

Congrats on the new purchases!
Link Posted: 8/3/2005 7:57:22 AM EDT
thanks luger and dawg!

UPDATE: fired the guns last weekend

I put about 100 rounds through the S & W 9mm (FMJ and HP) with no malfunctions.

I put maybe 50 rounds through the Ruger .22 pistol - no malfunctions.

And on the Remington .22 rifle, had 2 misfeeds out of probably 300 rounds. Not bad for a new .22 rifle.

I think I like the Remington better than my old 10/22. The action is smoother and has better iron sights.

I also fired my Keltec P11 9mm pistol, which I bought at a gun show earlier. I put a few mags through it with no malfunctions, but did'nt like the trigger pull and the recoil seemed slightly harsh. I may be selling this one.
Link Posted: 8/4/2005 8:43:27 AM EDT
Just don't buy an axe and we are all cool!!!!
Link Posted: 8/4/2005 2:50:07 PM EDT
I had the same feeling on shooting the P11. Also couldn't hit the broad side of a barn with it.
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