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Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by sub-moa, Sep 19, 2012.

  1. sub-moa

    sub-moa Member

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    My Sig P220 .45
    My Dad's Army issue Colt .45 Mfd. 1918
    Walther PPK .380
    Remington 700 Sendero .300wm

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    Very nice weapons. Im thinking of either going with a Savage .308 or a Remington .308. Anyways, dont let anyone take those weapons away
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    Nice guns, especially the 1911.

    I've fired the 700 but always wanted a PPK, maybe because of Bond, James Bond?

    Oh geezzz the guns I've passed up owning, even a sawed off 12 ga double bbl. So many guns, so little time. :cool:
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  4. sub-moa

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    Brother -in -law has the Savage .308 It's older but it's a top notch rifle. I always was partial to the Remingtons, but I'm not sure about the newer models quality.
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    Thank's -Don't know if Bond could have fit in that Aston Martin packin' a 1911 :eek:
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    nice , and yeah nice 1911..

    jealous eh ..
  7. sub-moa

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    I think it looks great considering it rode all over Europe in a (as my Dad called them) "Iron coffin"

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