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    Quote Originally Posted by rfawcs View Post
    I didn't buy my Storm to replace my AR-15's. I bought it to thread for my suppressor (which I found out was a bad idea), because it uses the same magazines as my 92FS, and to just have fun at the range. It fills that last requirement very nicely.
    Ok, fair enough. Then if I just want a carbine to plink with and just to have would you suggest something like the Storm to stay with 9mm or should I start with something in .223? In other words which is more fun at the range, the Storm or your AR?

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    Well, if I don't get my PS90, I may buy a Storm. I really am not a rifle person. Handguns always interested me. But, I'd like to have just one for a SHTF weapon, or something like that. Plus, the Storm shoots cheap 9mm ammo, and can be used at my local indoor range.

    I wouldn't shoot past 100 yards anyway, and practically, probably won't go past 50. So, the Storm is nice for what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmoln View Post
    Ok, fair enough. Then if I just want a carbine to plink with and just to have would you suggest something like the Storm to stay with 9mm or should I start with something in .223? In other words which is more fun at the range, the Storm or your AR?
    That's a question that's tough to answer because it depends so much on personal choice. It's like asking which Colt handgun do I enjoy shooting the best; I have about a dozen. I have three AR-15s and two 9mm carbines. If I had to choose just one to keep, it would likely be one of the AR-15s.

    The AR-15s are powerful, accurate, have much greater usable range, and are inexpensive to shoot using surplus ammo. The 9mm carbines are reasonably accurate, not as loud, less felt recoil, and inexpensive to shoot.

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    I had a .40 Cx4 but got rid of it. I didnt hate it but it never clicked with me.

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    I would love to be able to post a pic of mine for you all. But well just got back to W.U. and all mine are back in the safe. Past that though the only thing I can truly tell you is that I loved taking mine out to the range. It was a fun cheap little gun and if I didn't enjoy my AR so much I would say its my fav. carbine. Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneWolf View Post
    I would love to be able to post a pic of mine for you all. But well just got back to W.U. and all mine are back in the safe. Past that though the only thing I can truly tell you is that I loved taking mine out to the range. It was a fun cheap little gun and if I didn't enjoy my AR so much I would say its my fav. carbine. Hope this helps.
    Thanks. I ended up getting that PS90 about a month or so ago. So, things have changed a bit since I first posted that message.

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    The CX4 9mm is fun to shoot. I also have Busmaster Carbon 15 9MM Carbine that's a blast. Photo's here:

    http://woodbridgechips.com/collection/template.html

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