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1x 75 round bulk pack of Hornady American Gunner 115 grain XTP 9mm hollowpoints for my P89.

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1x 50 round box of Federal 115 grain 9mm FMJ ammo.

I'm slowly getting my 9mm ammo count to where I want it. :D

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I bought an AR in 5.56. Aero Precision lower w/ a Davidson Defense upper. Colt competition barrel. $525.00. I will work on mags & ammo next month.

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300 rounds of 9mm Luger 124 grain FMJ European Government Contract Ammo - Made for Sellier Bellot by Ruag in Germany

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Vortex VMX-3T Magnifier. 3X, for my KG9. Under $200.00 w/shipping. I will be decking out my AR sometime in the future.

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The gun case for my AR arrived today. $68 & change.

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Dan Wesson Discretion 9mm ($2100)
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Dan Wesson Discretion 9mm ($2100)
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It's been an expensive couple of days.


At least your rare "collector gun" fetish should be sated for a while. That's some nice hardware.

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I bought another 50 round box of Federal 115 grain 9mm ammo the other day (been longer than 48 hours, but I figured it still counts).

Brings me up to a little over 630 rounds total for 9mm now. :clap:

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At least your rare "collector gun" fetish should be sated for a while. That's some nice hardware.


You would think it would, but I just bought another 38 firearms, with 23 of them being handguns. They ranged from a Ruger American ($450) to a Wilson Combat Supergrade ($4800). I'm now up to 270 handguns.


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Three boxes of Federal Automatch .22 LR. $18.00 per box of 325.

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I did a little research, and at 5 cents a round it's the cheapest ammo I've seen in a while. I'm looking for a 100 yard round that doesn't break the bank. The old adage "fast, good, or cheap...pick two," comes to mind.


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Three boxes of Federal Automatch .22 LR. $18.00 per box of 325.

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I did a little research, and at 5 cents a round it's the cheapest ammo I've seen in a while. I'm looking for a 100 yard round that doesn't break the bank. The old adage "fast, good, or cheap...pick two," comes to mind.

It does okay as a 100 yard target round, but not so great as a hunting round past about 50 yards

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Three boxes of Federal Automatch .22 LR. $18.00 per box of 325.

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I did a little research, and at 5 cents a round it's the cheapest ammo I've seen in a while. I'm looking for a 100 yard round that doesn't break the bank. The old adage "fast, good, or cheap...pick two," comes to mind.

It does okay as a 100 yard target round, but not so great as a hunting round past about 50 yards


Sounds good, thanks for the feedback.


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150 rounds of 124gr. 9mm FMJ and 50 rounds of 45gr. .22 WMR FMJ

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A2 stock, trigger parts, glock raised sights, mags for the LCP, and masking tape.... Masking tape is so I can ID my mags with what they have loaded in them, and the ammo cans with what is inside them. So far it's worked like a dream!

Edit: fixed spelling..... damnyouautocorrect

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A2 stock, trigger parts, glock raised sights, mags for the LCP, and masking tape.... Masking tape is so I can ID my mags with what they have loaded in them, and the ammo cans with what is inside them. So far it's worked like a dream!

Edit: fixed spelling..... damnyouautocorrect

I'm curious as to ID'ing the mags by load. Do you normally keep identical mags filled with different loads? How would you identify them in the dark if you had to?

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A box each of Federal .375 H&H (the "cheap" stuff), Nosler .30-06 and Brenneke Black Magic slugs.

Two boxes of rubber buckshot (for bears) and two boxes of CCI .22 WMR (for assholes).


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A box each of Federal .375 H&H (the "cheap" stuff), Nosler .30-06 and Brenneke Black Magic slugs.

Two boxes of rubber buckshot (for bears) and two boxes of CCI .22 WMR (for assholes).

Why are you taking it easy on the assholes? :mrgreen:

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1x Tactical Solutions compensator for my Ruger 22/45. I got one made for a 10/22, but the threads on my 22/45 are the same pitch (1/2x28) so it still fit.

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A box each of Federal .375 H&H (the "cheap" stuff), Nosler .30-06 and Brenneke Black Magic slugs.

Two boxes of rubber buckshot (for bears) and two boxes of CCI .22 WMR (for assholes).

Why are you taking it easy on the assholes? :mrgreen:

I gave my .22 WMR LCR to my mother, but all I've been able to find for a couple years has been hollow points. Finally found some FMJ which I gave to her.

I orginally bought the revolver in .22 WMR because I heard that lightweight, snubnosed .38s were painful to shoot, but then when I actually tried one I discovered it wasn't bad and got myself one. Rather than sell the .22 WMR I passed it on to my mother as a birthday present.


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quazi wrote:
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A box each of Federal .375 H&H (the "cheap" stuff), Nosler .30-06 and Brenneke Black Magic slugs.

Two boxes of rubber buckshot (for bears) and two boxes of CCI .22 WMR (for assholes).

Why are you taking it easy on the assholes? :mrgreen:

I gave my .22 WMR LCR to my mother, but all I've been able to find for a couple years has been hollow points. Finally found some FMJ which I gave to her.

I orginally bought the revolver in .22 WMR because I heard that lightweight, snubnosed .38s were painful to shoot, but then when I actually tried one I discovered it wasn't bad and got myself one. Rather than sell the .22 WMR I passed it on to my mother as a birthday present.

Armscor makes some nice 40gr. JSP .22WMR rounds. They'd probably make good defensive rounds.

Edit: just discovered they're HP, but look more like soft points

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Beretta Elite 92G 1A
Beretta Elite 92G II
Beretta 92FS OD Green
Beretta 950BS-EL
Browning Hi-Power Practical
S&W 3906 (9mm)
Beretta 92 Compact
HK USP 45 Grey
Glock 26 Gen 3 OD
Glock 34 Gen 3 OD
Beretta 96 Vertec
Beretta 92 Vertec Inox (black barrel)
Beretta 92 Vertec Inox (silver barrel)
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Glock 19 Gen 5
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Glock 17C Gen 4
Ruger American
HK VP9 FDE
FN 509
Beretta APX
Grand Power X-Calibur
Walther PPQ Q5
Wilson Combat Supergrade Tactical


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