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    http://www.gungirls.com/preview/pages/charity1.htm

    What kinda gun is there in this Pic ?Sure is a nice piece of sidearm.

    Ok, FOCUS guys:celebrate











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    34C? It's hard to tell, what with the whatever it is she is holding in the way.

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    Looks like a HK to me.
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    FogRider wrote:
    34C? It's hard to tell, what with the whatever it is she is holding in the way.
    ROTFLMAO.

    Took me a sec to get it:celebrate

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    FogRider wrote:
    34C? It's hard to tell, what with the whatever it is she is holding in the way.
    No way those are over a B

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    k, Guys.

    Seriously. I do wonder what kinda firearm it is.

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    H&K USPc same as I carry. I would guess .45 for the proportion of muzzle to the front of the slide.

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    Doug Huffman wrote:
    H&K USPc same as I carry. I would guess .45 for the proportion of muzzle to the front of the slide.
    Sure isa nice looking piece, Huff.

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    FogRider wrote:
    34C? It's hard to tell, what with the whatever it is she is holding in the way.
    Definitely 34B

    and, what gun?

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    Doug Huffman wrote:
    H&K USPc same as I carry. I would guess .45 for the proportion of muzzle to the front of the slide.
    That would be my guess as well.
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    Huff, how do you like it?

    Any other people's opionions are welcomed to.

    I may very well look into the USP

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    I like it very well but that isn't much of a review. It was the third pistol that I have bought and only one since. I CCWd it daily for about ten years and added it to my regular range exercise while I was drilling. It has never had a failure and we have never failed to at least hit the paper somewhere however extreme the drill. I carried it under very adverse conditions, so daily it was stripped and the condensed sweat dried, not rinsed. After about five years it showed a spot of rust on the take-down/lock lever and H&K replaced it instantly NQA.

    I am conflicted which pistol I will OC when the prejudice eases in Wisconsin. I'd like to carry the H&K for the familiarity to my hands and practice that I have invested in it. But I would also like to carry my SA1911-A1 purchased for OC occasions for the statement of a Condition One standard frame sidearm.

    The dilemma has kept me from ordering a SERPA. I think holsters are pretty silly after my experience first with an IWB that woreout and then 'Mexican' that was trouble free (and I always was aware of my gun against my side).

    I have owned a 9 mm P-38. Traded it for an Interarms Luger (my 'dress' and display gun). Still have my H&K USPc .40 at my side and the SA1911-A1 is in the desk drawer. The 870 is in the closet near the front door.

    I would have a reach-out-and-touch-someone .308 but the budget won't support the quality I want. I'll probably be too old to shoot one soon but it'll be fun to try when Milady is not with me any more. That way I won't upset her.

    Bottom line? I'd rather be careful to want what I have than to have what I want.

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    Actually Doug, if you haven't had a chance yet, try the Serpas, they are pretty nice.
    Why open carry? Because 1911 > 911.

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    I'm convinced to get SERPA, just not sure yet which one USPc or 1911.

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    Why only get one? :shock:
    Why open carry? Because 1911 > 911.

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    $$ caution

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    Oh.

    Well, get one, then get the other later!

    Flip a coin, or start a poll if you have to.

    Include pictures.
    Why open carry? Because 1911 > 911.

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    What gun??

    In the final seconds of your life, just before your killer is about to dispatch you to that great eternal darkness, what would you rather have in your hand? A cell phone or a gun?

    Si vis pacem, para bellum.

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    Poor trigger discipline...

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    Won't really be relevant due to the age here, but...

    I had one of the early USPs that came out...got it when only the .40 was out and they were just about to release the 9mm. It was my first handgun. I was catching on OK with it, but ended up just not liking it as much as I thought I would. It had only one problem - it would tend to FTF about one round per magazine on average. A second pull on the trigger always did the trick. I ended up selling it (with the buyer's knowledge of the above - not like I hid it) before I looked into getting it fixed.

    I wasn't a great shot with it, but I was doing OK.But then I had one of my best pistol-experience laughs with it. I was packing up to leave the range after a practice session when a coupla guys on the next lane had their nice new 9mm model USP out. Told me they'd just gotten it and one thought it was shooting high/right and the other low/left and wanted to know what I thought.

    So I stuck 3 rounds in the mag and ran a fresh target out to nearly the 25yd max length of the range and squeezed 'em off. Pulled the target back in thinking I'd completely missed and was about to be embarrassed - I didn't see any perforation in the white around the bullseye. As the target came the rest of the way in, however, I realized I had put a 3-shot group right centered in the x-ring. Maybe a 1" spread.

    Acting like this was completely expected, I deadpanned "There's nothing wrong with that weapon". Turned, walked away, and never looked back.

    Only other pistol I've ever shot nearly that well was with a red dot. Never before or since could I do thatwith iron sights. Hehehehehe.




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    imperialism2024 wrote:
    Poor trigger discipline...
    You are right....she is letting her finger lazily rest on that trigger....bad form.



    Hay TJ, it is good that I didn't access that picture from my computer as I am sure that I would have gotten filtered and I would have to write a note to my boss telling him why I am looking at such things and so on...



    Next time just post the pic and be done with it.



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    Definately a couple of Ruger B-cups. And what the F is she holding--who cares?!

    Send her over.

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    I don't see no dang gun in that bra!!!

    :what:

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