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Because I missed having a .45 and i also needed an FDE VP9 to be operator. And a USP9 just because. Oh and the MK25 was meant to be sold off. The M&P was just too good a deal to pass up and is one of my get home pieces.

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Sold my WIlson Brigadier Tactical and picked up a 2nd M9A3 :)

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First purchase in a long while. NAA Super Companion Cap and Ball. Will be trying it with Red dot this weekend as I have read they perform very well with that as the pea-shooter power source.

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Got the +2 mag extentions for the G43 back from Cerakote:

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By row:

Glock 19 Gen 2
Glock 19C Gen 2
Glock 19 Gen 3
Glock 19C Gen 3
Glock 19 Gen 3 Cutaway

Glock 19 Gen 3 FDE
Glock 19 Gen 3 RTF2 FDE
Glock 19 Gen 3 Full FDE
Glock 19 Gen 3 Grey Vickers
Glock 19 Gen 3 OD

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Glock 19 Gen 4 FDE
Glock 19 Gen 4 Burnt Bronze
Glock 19 Gen 4 Full Grey

Glock 19 Gen 4 OD
Glock 19 Gen 4 USMC
Glock 19 Gen 4 MOS
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My new BBQ holster showed up today!

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My S&W Model 41 .22LR My father gave this to my grandfather for Christmas one year but my grandfather insisted it was too nice and instead carried a .22 revolver on his hip to dispatch the animals he hunted/trapped. I think my dad, a union man, purchased it during a heavy layoff winter in the late 60's - early 70's, thus the $68 price tag took most of his unemployment check for one XMas present. When it came to me it was still in the original box so I keep it that way, original paperwork and receipt. Purchased at the town hardware store, back when towns had them. All of my kids learned to shoot with it before moving on to bows. There might be some glare in the photo but there are no current aberrations; I maintain it in mint state. Funny thing is that with this model, if you concentrate on the first shot all of the others tend to follow its path.

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My S&W Model 41 .22LR My father gave this to my grandfather for Christmas one year but my grandfather insisted it was too nice and instead carried a .22 revolver on his hip to dispatch the animals he hunted/trapped. I think my dad, a union man, purchased it during a heavy layoff winter in the late 60's - early 70's, thus the $68 price tag took most of his unemployment check for one XMas present. When it came to me it was still in the original box so I keep it that way, original paperwork and receipt. Purchased at the town hardware store, back when towns had them. All of my kids learned to shoot with it before moving on to bows. There might be some glare in the photo but there are no current aberrations; I maintain it in mint state. Funny thing is that with this model, if you concentrate on the first shot all of the others tend to follow its path.

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Everything about that story is cool :clap:

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Everything about that story is cool :clap:

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Per the thread rules, a few odds-n-ends I've inherited...

A poor 1918 Colt M1911 that someone molested. At least me and the Old Man gave it a second life at the local bowling pin matches when I was a wee lad.
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.45 Colt/.410 American Derringer.
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Fo-Fo Deagle. Pulling back the slide and chambering a round was a feat of strength for a teenybopper. :crazy:
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.44 Redhawk with an antique (but still working) Tasco illuminated 2x scope.
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KG 99. Fun for shooting cans at the local dump, and the occasional armadillo.
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.44 Redhawk with an antique (but still working) Tasco illuminated 2x scope.
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I like my Tasco Pro 30mm.

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I also dig the way my muzzle brake explodes my sack.

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