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Unread postPosted: November 9th, 2012, 9:42 pm 


Well today I decided to add another little jewel to my collection and couldn't get any ammo for it other than crappy FMJ target ammo, the shelves were bare.

Same shit as when Obummer was elected the 1st time but not as bad, back then you couldn't even get a gun hardly.


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Unread postPosted: November 9th, 2012, 9:49 pm 
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Check this gun out...

I'm thinking about buying one soon.

.45 or .410 shot gun
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Unread postPosted: November 9th, 2012, 9:58 pm 


Yeah that's a sweet gun. I had something similar about 15 years ago, was a derringer with the same ammo capability, .410 or .45 long colt.

That little bugger kicked like all hell. I sold it. The Judge is a much sweeter shooting weapon, less recoil and much better looking than the crack double barrel I had.

Only thing wrong with it, it's way to big for concealed carry.

My newest is a sub compact .380 Sig Sauer p238, it's basically a baby 1911.


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Personally, I like a bigger gun for concealed carry. People see that bulge on my side and that's deterrent enough for them to not even want to find out what it is. I enjoy walking around downtown Seattle and seeing people look and then quickly look away. Especially the people at the bus stops as you walk by. They look like they are about ready to mug ya, but that bulge makes them act like I'm not even there! :))

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Yeah, that's nice. I would wear that on my ankle.

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Unread postPosted: November 9th, 2012, 10:10 pm 


I can usually just glare at someone and they walk away, specialy since I put an extra 30 lbs on my frame after I quit smoking. We have an open carry law here anyway, I could strap my AR15 on my back and walk around but that would be overkill not to mention tiring.

This new gun is just right for knock down and get the job done and still not be in the way or a burden to carry. I hope all I ever do with it is target practice but it's better to have and not need than vice versa.


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How much was it?

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$479? Or did you pay less?

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$479? Or did you pay less?


Add 8.75% tax.


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