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    paratrooper is offline Senior Member
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    If there was a particular gun..........

    ........that I had too many of, I still wouldn't mind having another 92FS.

    Yup......they're just that good.

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    For me it's Glock... Any kind I will welcome. Whether it's .357 sig or it's a beautiful sweet G34 with compensator it doesn't matter. I love glocks.

    I used to love beretta's too, that was when I was a kid watching too many John Woo movies

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    Re: If there was a particular gun..........

    For me its my SIGS. I own many and cant wait to make my next purchase.

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    Sigs and S&W 3rd Generation

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    Don't forget the 96.....my personal favorite......
    Quote Originally Posted by paratrooper View Post
    ........that I had too many of, I still wouldn't mind having another 92FS.

    Yup......they're just that good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by berettabone View Post
    Don't forget the 96.....my personal favorite......

    Yup....I also have a 96FS Centurion, a 92D Centurion, and of course, the 92FS, and an 84 just for good measure.

    Oops....forgot the little 21A.

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    Had an 84fs, replaced it with another 96.......

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    I gave my father a SS Italian-made 92FS about 8 yrs. or so ago.

    He's never shot it, and it's still NIB. He says that it'll go back to me once he's passed.

    He's 81 and I have mixed emotions.

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    Cherish both
    Quote Originally Posted by paratrooper View Post
    I gave my father a SS Italian-made 92FS about 8 yrs. or so ago.

    He's never shot it, and it's still NIB. He says that it'll go back to me once he's passed.

    He's 81 and I have mixed emotions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by berettabone View Post
    Cherish both

    He has Dementia and Alzheimer's (early stages). He still drives, and knowing that, drives me crazy.

    He's still living in his house with the aid of a live-in caregiver.

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    Been there, done that...now the wife's mother still drives, and shouldn't....can't see 2 ft. in front of her....but you know, you can't tell anyone anything...just cross the fingers, hope for the best, and hope they don't take someone with them.......

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    If there was a particular gun..........

    Call the DMV, in my state they'll call them in for a "random" review and never let the driver know who narc'd 'em out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tip View Post
    Call the DMV, in my state they'll call them in for a "random" review and never let the driver know who narc'd 'em out.

    Both my dad's doctor and I did just that. I was sure that there was no way that my dad could pass a review.

    He took both the written and actual driving test......and passed.

    When I go to see him for a visit, there's no way in Hell that I'll ride with him.

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    My Grandmother's alzheimers is in the middle stages, and my parents who she lives, with have somehow convinced her with in the past year that she made the decision to stop driving several years ago.

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    If there was a particular gun..........

    Modern M&Ps on pistols
    Anything In 45-70 in rifles

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