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      My favorite semiauto handgun to shoot is my Walther P22. Shoots all day with no problems, cheap ammo, suppressed. Of the ones I own, the last I would get rid of, if I were to ever get rid of any, would be my CZ-75.

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      6981 .22LR including subsonic
      500 .25ACP
      50 .32 S&W Long
      324 .380
      425 9mm Mak
      770 .38SP
      1047 .357 Magnum
      1750 9mm
      138 .44 Magnum
      866 .45 ACP
      1170 .40 S&W

      Now if you're talking total including rifle caliber, it's 35K plus

      There may not be time to get to the store.

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      I'd have to second the H&K USP Tactical. That's MY favorite handgun, so far. My second favorite, which I no longer have, was a Dan Wesson Model 15-2

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      Either my 229 9mm or my 96FS. I had a SA 1911 that I loved but I had to sell.

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      Cool

      One of my newest, RUGER SP-101, 32 H&R magnum w/4" barrel and a aftermarket Hogue MonoGrip.

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      Thumbs up

      colt LW commander 45 acp

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      has to be the one from the Saint John M. Browning 1911

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      It's situational for me. For general defensive use, my Glock 17. For concealed carry, my Glock 26. Sentimentally, my Colt Commander.

      But the really funny thing is that the one gun that feels best to me is one I no longer even own: a 6" S&W Model 19. There's nothing quite like a 6" Combat Magnum in my hands. I just have absolutely no use for one.
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      My H&K P7M8

      Dorian

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      Oops dbl post
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      I would have to say, My Kimber Pro CDP II
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      I have a great appreciation for all Smith & Wesson DA revolvers, particularly N-frames. I always have this uncontrollable urge to buy more.

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      My all time favorite has to be the original Smith & Wesson .357 Magnum (pre-model numbers) with a 5" barrel. The gun handles and balances beautifully. Smooth as glass and accurate as all get out. The big N-frame soaks up the recoil and makes for pleasent shooting with even the stoutest magnum loads.

      An extremely close second would be a Series 70 Colt Government Model 1911.

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      mmmmm, I do like my Sig. But, the question is your #1 favorite handgun ever shot. I'd have to go with my most expensive. The Performance Center S&W 952-2 in 9mm.


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      Quote Originally Posted by SigZagger View Post
      mmmmm, I do like my Sig. But, the question is your #1 favorite handgun ever shot. I'd have to go with my most expensive. The Performance Center S&W 952-2 in 9mm.

      Sweet gun

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      Not for carry, but the gun I had the most fun shooting was my beloved Ruger RedHawk, 7 1/2 inch barrel Stainless Steel in .44 Magnum. It was also the first handgun I bought. I loved the way that sucker shot.

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      Favorite? (Isn't that an impossible question for a certified gun nut to answer?)

      Semi - FN 57.....But, the Baby Eagle isn't bad either.....and then there's the AK pistol....

      Revolver - Colt Anaconda 4" SS.....that S&W 19-3 is a good shooter though....then again, the 7-1/2" Ruger Redhawk was always on target......

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      Years ago I had a Ruger Security Six and a Super Blackhawk. I loved the Security Six and don’t know why I sold it. I even shot Grouse with it in Alaska. I know, a .357 is a little over kill but it’s all I had at the time. The Super was great because of the POWER!

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      tnoisaw - Ruger Security Six

      Did the same thing. Had a 6" Security-Six, which I still can't tell why I sold/traded it, (been so long now, I can't remember which!). Same thing with a 4" SS Security-Six, but it went to a guys wife, (he was shipping over to Iraq and wanted her to have some home security, so I couldn't say no).

      The next bonehead move I made, was getting rid of a S&W 645.....best shooting .45 I've ever owned. But I traded it for two REAL NICE rifles, so it was a good deal.....still, I miss the ol' gal.....

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