About What is your favorite pistol Page 3
|May 7th, 2004||#22|
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No boom, no boom, no boom, Amen.
|May 10th, 2004||#24|
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1. Glock Model 21 (in .45 cal ACP) as the sucessor to the M1911A1 (a truely great pistol). I had a great time firing one that belonged to a guy I met at a pistol range. He fired my 92SB for a bit and I fired his Model 21 and we both left happy. 8)
2. M1911A1 - tough, durable and very acccurate when not abused, as most service weapons were unfortunately.
3. CZ75 in 9mm. Really a modified HP35, which uses and improved version of the swinging link found on the M1911A1 (makes sense, John Browning desinged both of them). Very accurate and fun to shoot. 8)
4. Berreta 92SB or 92F AKA the M9. Not the best service weapon in the world, but pretty good and it will get the job done if handled right.
I'd rather be a Soldier with a mule and mountain gun, than Knight of old, with spurs of gold, or Roman, Greek or Hun. For when there's trouble brewing, they always send for me!
Mortui Non Mordent - Celeritas Et Accuratio
|May 10th, 2004||#27|
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Three handguns of my choice:
1)Stechkin APS - Nice handgun, reliable. Favorite weapon of Spetznaz and
SOBR. Can fire automated).
Type Double action, select-fire
Caliber 9x18 mm PM
Overall length 225 mm
Weight: 1020 g with empty magazine; 1220 g loaded with 20 rounds
Barrel length 140 mm
Magazine capacity 20 rounds
Rate of fire 600 rounds per minute
2)Jericho(.45 ACP version) - Accurate, fairly powerful. The gun i want when ill be in IDF.
Type: Double Action
Chamber:9mm Para, .40S&W, .45ACP, .41AE (discontinued)
Weight unloaded: 920g (941FS)
Barrel length: 96mm
Capacity: 16 (9mm), 12 (.40), 10 (.45) rounds
3)GSh-18 - Great new gun, has really nice armor piercing ammunition.
Type: Double Action Only
Chamber: 9x19mm Luger / Parabellum (also 9x19mm +P+)
Weight with empty magazine: 580 g
Length: 183 mm
Barrel length: 103 mm
Capacity: 18 rounds
All data was taken from http://world.guns.ru
|May 16th, 2004||#29|
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I've only used the Beretta M9, and that was in marksmanship trials, so I'd have to say that the M9 was the best pistol i've ever used. Nice balance, and once you practice a bit, good accuracy.
Lieutenant Junior Grade, USN