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robin48

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Favorite Handgun: Depends on what day of the week it is. Yesterday if was my 1985 vintage Mark II Target that is still going strong at a zillion or so rounds. The other on 8/4/21 was my Clark modified K38. Shot both guns at our informal match yesterday. The other two were a 6" 586 no dash and my EDC G23.4.  All those guns were in my gear yesterday.

 

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1911.  Doesn’t really matter which exact one. I just love the gun. Not always that practical to carry, does not hold many rounds, it pretty low-tech by some of today’s standards. But I have always loved the 1911. 

I don’t carry a 1911, and I love my P365XL/507K for that. But there is something about the 1911 that is just so….. right. 

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10 minutes ago, Snaveba said:

1911.  Doesn’t really matter which exact one. I just love the gun. Not always that practical to carry, does not hold many rounds, it pretty low-tech by some of today’s standards. But I have always loved the 1911. 

I don’t carry a 1911, and I love my P365XL/507K for that. But there is something about the 1911 that is just so….. right. 

That's exactly how I feel!  I also carry a Sig P-365XL withy a 507k daily, and have a couple S&W Shield with laser/lights for night time at the house, plus I still keep a S&W Governor with a CT laser on my bedside table with self defense rounds loaded, lol. 

 

The 1911 has to be the most wonderful handgun ever created!  I've had several, but only have two sig 1911s now.  My favorite used to be a Colt Combat Commander in a brushed stainless finish, but it was stolen several years ago when I lived in a rougher neighborhood.  #What do you think about the Sig 1911s in my pic above?

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I know some folks on the list don’t care for the “distressed” look on a new firearm but I think it looks sweet. I just have an ATI GI model but it shoots nice and on target.  

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One day I hope to get a WWII 1911.  Nothing fancy and perfect.  Something I can shoot and not worry about it’s “vintage”.  

 

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4 hours ago, Grayfox54 said:

Hard to pick just one. I love 1911s and S&W revolvers. Doesn't really matter what model. 

I suppose if I had to pick just one, it would be my S&W Model 18 .22lr. I shoot this one more than any other gun I own. 

Got several Smith 22s. They are just plain fun! And accurate too!

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9 hours ago, Defender said:

My favorite handgun is my Sig 'We The People' 1911.  It has a distressed stainless finish on it and several different patriotic factory engravings. 211845061_Sig1911SN54B168433.jpg.ebf919c21e88c695ea1aed37f200d8b0.jpg1961001191_WeThePeople.thumb.jpeg.11fd838fb2b25f68071304dd855ece53.jpeg

I like the looks of that little Sig beside your favorite.

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