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Posted: 3/20/2006 6:57:02 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/20/2006 7:00:17 PM EDT by LANCEMAN]
Phoenix Arms HP22. Bought it a few weeks after I turned 18. I had some cash from my job at the gas station and got everthing in the picture(holster, two mags, mag holster, gun, and 100 rounds) for $90. I hardly ever use it, it works fine, but won't ever sell it because it was my first

Link Posted: 3/20/2006 7:00:19 PM EDT
Tangfoglio GT380 a good little gun but I sold it.
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Ruger P95.
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Ruger P97

and

Taurus Raging Bull .454 Casull


I bought them both at the same time.
Link Posted: 3/20/2006 7:02:01 PM EDT
CZ-75 B

Now onto my second, Magnum Research "Baby Eagle" because Spike uses it
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Walther P22 if you mean paid for by myself... my mom had to buy it for me because I was too young at the time.

The first one I bought on my own was a GLOCK 22, but I bought that private party.

I still haven't bought one from a dealer on my own though... but that will change soon (GLOCK 27 coming soon).
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Colt Python
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Ruger KP95
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Ruger P-95DC
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Taurus 66
followed by a SW 4006 pretty soon afterward
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USP
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The week after I turned 18 I got a Ruger 10/22. Black synthetic stock and stainless steel barrel, This was back in the early 90's. I even got a 25 round magazine from wal-mart for it.


Ended up selling the barrel, getting a VQ carbon one, VQ trigger/extractor, bolt buffer, chamfered the bolt, new stock, 4.5.14.40 scope. It'll shoot quarters at 50 yards with walmart ammo.
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Sig P229 Equinox.

Paid for it just dont have it yet, damn deployment. Thanks Teknic
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Glock 23. Still my go to gun.
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my first pistol bought on my own dime was a full size 1911, I don't use it anymore but plan to keep it forever.

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Star- UltraStar 40
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German WWII, P-38.
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USP 9c
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Ruger P89. Well over 10,000 rounds and still going. The thing's a workhorse.
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you'll love the beagle. Was my first.


Originally Posted By gordon_freeman:
CZ-75 B

Now onto my second, Magnum Research "Baby Eagle" because Spike uses it

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S&W 645, previously a duty weapon, and 6 mags. $350.00. I still have it. It eats everything I feed it, unlike my SA Springfield.
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Beretta 92fs, bought in '89 for 450, still have it.

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Sig p220 .45

When I turned 21
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Ruger P-94 in .40 S&W

I recently traded it for a Springfield USGI 1911A1
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Piece of shit Davis P380
I still have it, but I will not shoot it again.



I sort of don't count it.
If not counting the Davis, my first handgun was a Ruger P89 9mm.
I still have it, I still shoot it, and after thousands of rounds it still has never failed me and is going strong.

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HK USP .40 about 4 months after my 21st birthday
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Bayard Model 1908 in 9mm Kurtz. Similar to this one except mine has single screw grips. Interesting little pocket gun. Still have mine, just no pics.



And a link to the Bayard 1908 page:

members.aol.com/bayard1908/
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Steyr M9, first and favorite. Won't be sold.



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CZ P-01

Then...

CZ75B
CZ83 Mak
Dan Wesson 1911 Patriot Expert (now owned by CZ)
CZ 40P
CZ 52

Can you tell I like CZs?
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A Llama .357 with a 6" barrell. I had to buy it when I went to work for Purolator Armored Trucks. Some shithead neighbor stole it from my apartment about two years later. I couldn't prove it, but it sure as heck was him.
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My first handgun was a Sig Sauer P220.
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About 2 months after my 21st. A TLE/RL.... loved it until I began to understand what a POS it was. 1911... never again, until I can spend $2000.

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When most people turn 21 they get all excited about being able to go to bars or buy beer. For me I was excited to be able to buy a handgun and get a carry permit.

I wanted a 1911 but I couldn’t afford a Colt back then and besides I would have to pay extra to have a gunsmith tune it up. This was before the days of the .40, besides I wasn’t professional enough. So that left a 9mm as the only real choice. The Berettas were too expensive and besides I wanted a frame mounted safety.

So I bought a Taurus PT-99AF. Best $350 (or so) I ever spent… Well not counting that mint Enfield, or my GP-100, or that SA 1911 I bought a month or so back for $350, or that $350 I spent in that one strip club….

Anyway, it’s been a real good pistol, I’ve still got it eighteen years later. And even though I’ve carried it quite a bit the finish (blued) still looks nearly new.
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Glock M-22 .40 S&W

I sold the Glock

I bought A H&K USP .40 full size with LEM trigger
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Mine was a cz-75 b

I love it,,, i dont think i need another handgun,,,, it wont jam, it is more accurate than i am..,,,


but i might get a usp 45
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2 weeks after I turned 21 I bought a Glock 23.
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used USP40
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Glock 22.

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I bought a S&W 686 stainless .357 Mag with a 4" bbl when I turned 21. It is still my favorite handgun after all these years.
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[Last Edit: 3/20/2006 8:03:25 PM EDT by DK-Prof]

Colt 1991A1 (stainless) - bought it to celebrate finishing my Ph.D.



Most finicky and unrealiable handgun I own, but I can't make myself sell it.

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G27
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Originally Posted By AJE:
Walther P22 if you mean paid for by myself... my mom had to buy it for me because I was too young at the time.

The first one I bought on my own was a GLOCK 22, but I bought that private party.

I still haven't bought one from a dealer on my own though... but that will change soon (GLOCK 27 coming soon).


Similer story, except my private party centerfire was a Sig P228 (Actually just got it yesterday).
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A Browning hi-power practical. I haven't been 21 for long and to be honest I feel kind of bad about spending so much on a handgun.
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Stainless Ruger Single Six, .22lr/.22mag.
Times got tough and I sold it about 10 years ago.
I've thought many times of replacing it, but there always seems to be somehting else on the top of my "must have" list.
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Beretta 92FS. Bought it from my squad leader. I lived in the barracks ath the time. Kept it in the barracks for a while, then some NCIS guys almost found it when they were searching through my room because my idiot roommate started a fire. Sold it about a week later.
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Ruger P94, I killed it
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S&W Mod. 629 .44 Mag 8 3/8" barrel

Killed my first deer with it and still have it but she hasnt been shot in years since I
bought my Sig P220.

LB
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Norinco 213 stainless. I still have it.
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Llama Comanche III .357 magnum 6"..... 29 years ago.
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Glock 22c
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