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    I am curious to know how much you know about your weapon of choice. What materials are in its make? What finish? Here's mine.


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    Ruger P95

    9mm



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    Kimber Grand Raptor II

    .45ACP 8 rds



    Specifications: Height (inches) 90° to barrel: 5.25
    Weight (ounces) with empty magazine: 38
    Length (inches): 8.7
    Magazine capacity: 8
    Ambidextrous thumb safety
    Recoil spring (pounds): 16.0
    Full length guide rod
    Frame: Material: Stainless steel
    Finish: Highly polished stainless steel (flats)
    Width (inches): 1.28
    Slide: Material: Steel
    Finish: Brush polished (flats)
    Front serrations
    Barrel: Length (inches): 5
    Material: Steel, match grade
    Stainless steel match grade bushing
    Twist rate (left hand): 16
    Sights: Meprolight Tritium bar-dot night sight, adjustable
    Radius (inches): 6.8
    Grips: Rosewood, scale pattern
    Kimber logo
    Trigger: Aluminum Match Grade
    Factory setting (appx. pounds): 4.0 - 5.0

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    Taurus PT1911

    • length: 8 ½ in
    • width: 1 ½ in
    • height: 5.45 in
    • weight: 38 oz for B, BHW and DT, (32 oz for B3), (39.4 oz for B1), (33 oz for AL), (33.6 oz for ALR)
    • trigger pull: 3 - 5 lb
    • .45 ACP caliber
    • 5 in 1:16 twist, 6 groove barrel
    • single action
    • semi-automatic
    • trigger actuated ‘California spec’ firing pin drop safety
    • 8 round detachable steel single-column magazine
    • blued carbon steel or satin stainless steel finish

    Taurus PT1911 .45 ACP. Carried in condition 1, with a total of 25 rounds.

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    Mine is big, black, and loud. That's all I know about it.
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    my Glock is made out of recycled Tupperware and old dog food cans. i was surprised though to find that it is a 'fotay' vs a .22.

    my Sig 229 is built to slightly higher standards since i believe recycled soup cans were used.




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    Broondog wrote:
    my Glock is made out of recycled Tupperware and old dog food cans.* i was surprised though to find that it is a 'fotay' vs a .22.

    my Sig 229 is built to slightly higher standards since i believe recycled soup cans were used.

    mmm mmm good
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    puma bounty hunter pistol



    Mine is .44 magnum that equals approximately 1350-1600 fps with various 165-240 grain bullets. Made in Italy from steel and wood.


    Close second and third arethe ak pistol (high capacityand cheap ammo)and smith & wessons 500 revolver (just cool).



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    This is my pistol. There are many others like it, but this one is mine. My pistol is my best friend. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. Without me, my pistol is useless. Without my pistol, I am useless. I must fire my pistol true. I must shoot straighter than my enemy, who is trying to kill me. I must shoot him before he shoots me. I will. Before God I swear this creed: my pistol and myself are defenders of my country,myself and my family, we are the masters of our enemy, we are the saviors of my life and the lives of my loved ones. So be it, until there is no enemy, but peace. Amen.

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    I think mine is broken. Top experts say that guns are dangerous and it kills people, but mine hasn't done so. If fact, it's had the exact opposite effect, bad guys seems to avoid my gun.

    Maybe it's a defect?

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    danbus wrote:
    ...bad guys seems to avoid my gun.
    and cops are attracted to it...It's a magic gun.

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    OPS MARINE wrote:
    I am curious to know how much you know about your weapon of choice. What materials are in its make? What finish? Here's mine.
    How much do we know or how much can we look up online and post?

    Primary carry pistols off the top of my head:

    Springfield XD45 compact service
    .45 ACP
    4" barrel
    Polymer Frame
    Forged Steel slide & barrel, melonite finish
    Stainless steel magazine body & spring w/polymer floor plate w/ 10 or 13 round mags

    Sig Sauer P228 (West German Manufacture - 1995 production)
    9mm
    3.9" barrel
    Aluminum alloy frame
    Stamped carbon steel blued slide, steel barrel
    Carbon steel magazine body & spring w/aluminum floor plate, 13 rd
    Bob Owens @ Bearing Arms (paraphrased): "These people aren't against violence; they're very much in favor of violence. They're against armed resistance."

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    Primary carry, SIG C3 Commander slide/Officers frame 1911. Then Browning Hi-Power. C series bought new in 1971, NRA 99%. Third choice, SIG GSR (rail) full sized 1911. Both SIGs 100% made in Exeter, NH. Bersa Firestorm Mini-9 and M-85 .38spcl for in the pocket carry--both with +Ps. Taurus 24/7 OSS .45ACP with SIGLite light/laser on rail in the nightstand.
    "For any man who sheds his blood with me this day shall be my brother...And gentlemen now abed shall think themselves accursed, they were not here, and hold their manhoods cheap whilst any speaks who fought with us on Crispin's day." Henry V

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    Glock21SF



    • Caliber .45ACP
    • Length (slide) 7.59 in.
    • Height 5.47 in.(139mm)
    • Width 1.27 in.(32.5mm)
    • Length between sights 6.77 in.
    • Barrel length 4.6 in.(117mm)
    • Length of twist 15.75 in.
    • Magazine capacity 13
    • Magazine weight 3.1 oz.
    • Full magazine weight 12 oz.
    • Trigger pull (standard) 5.5 lbs.
    • Trigger travel for discharge 0.5 in


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    FN Herstal FNP-9

    - Caliber: 9mm
    - Operation: DA/SA with Decocker
    - Twist Rate: 1 in 10" RH”
    - Barrel Length: 4”
    - Overall Length: 7.4”
    - Height: 5.4”
    - Width: 1.55”
    - Weight: 24.7 oz. empty
    - Magazine: 16- or 10-round magazines
    - Interchangeable arched and flat backstrap inserts

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    Glock 34 9mm Tactical / practical

    Manufacturing

    Make: Glock
    Country: Austria

    Ballistics
    Caliber: 9mm
    Capacity: 10/17/19 rounds
    Rifling: right, hexagonal, 25

    Dimensions
    Type: Specialized
    Weight: 22.92 oz (650g)
    Length: 8.00" (203mm)
    Width: 1.18" (30mm)
    Barrel: 5.32" (135mm)

    Design
    Frame/Finishes:
    Black Polymer
    Grips/Stock:
    Integrate
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