You have 5 minutes to load your Go bag , one handgun and two boxes of ammo

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  1. hstout1143

    hstout1143 Well-Known Member

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    Well, I always have 2 with me. So it's my Colt 1911 .45 and S&W .357.
  2. aa1911

    aa1911 Active Member

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    no need to pack, already packin'!

    Glock 35 for me I guess, I've got about 300 Fiocchi 165gn JHP's so I guess I'd roll with those. I carry 47 rounds on my person anyway plus my BUG which is either a small frame .357 (Ruger sp101 or S&W 642) or my little NAA PUG .22 mag.

    reminds me, need to repack the go bag, it's in shambles due to hunting season...
  3. mogunner

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    My P95 is always on my hip so I'm not counting it...but my Saiga x39 would be what I grabbed as well, and the bag's already packed so I'd load it and then grab more ammo in the time alloted!
  4. marlin795

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    My Glock 36, 4 mags and 2 100ct. boxes of .45 230gr. Winchester hollow points. A bulk pack is a box right? :p
  5. WHSmithIV

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    For me it's my 1911 and the first two boxes of .45 ACP I lay my hands on - doesn't matter which boxes. I'll rely on my .45 before the .38 - besides - it has 3 clips ;)
  6. heelsby20

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    cz75 SP01 18+1, 2 boxes of ANY 9mm. 3 extra mags
  7. Old Grump

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    1911A1 45 ACP and the two ammo cans just below it. You didn't say how big the box had to be.
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    Yeah that!! :D

    If I've got 5 minutes my truck would be filled with guns & ammo...

    Just one pistol?? Glock 20...10mm takes no prisoners.
  9. Grapevinebill

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    For me it's my Beretta PX4 Storm .45 and like the others have said the 2 boxes on top of the pile are coming with me.

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  10. marlin795

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    Actually all I have to do is grab my go bag and a couple ammo cans and I can have 3K rounds of ammo for my handgun and shotgun out in my truck in about 2 mins. :D
  11. Ruger_Fan

    Ruger_Fan Former Guest

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    I would have more than one weapon. I would grab my Ruger P95 and Hi Point carbine. 2 boxes of 9mm ammo and I am ready to go.
  12. Appliancedude

    Appliancedude Well-Known Member

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    My GP100, and well my "box" of ammo is metal ammo can of bulk reloaded 38sp RN approx 700rds. So I'm only gonna grab one box:D cause its heavy
  13. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    My Ruger 1911, but not two boxes of ammo. I am holding my ground where I am at. My home is my home and I am staying here. There are also a number of elderly that live around me that a lot of scumbags would try to take advantage of. They will have to get past me if I have anything to say about it.
  14. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I like the GP100. That is one heck of a great gun. My GP100 DA is great and it is a fun gun to try and shoot bunnies with. I cut the main spring down and polished the action and it is pretty smooth. However, now every once in a while it won't fire a primer off so I am going to order a Wolff mainspring for it.

    Good gun A.D. I will never sell mine.
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