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    dondavis3 is offline Senior Member
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    I've been most pleasantly surprised with 2 CZ's I bought and 2 EAA's I've bought.

    Both brands were little know to me, but both have performed perfectly for me.


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    Almost forgot my first pistol, a used Hi point C9 for $100. Totally reliable shooter. Gave it to my bro for his first gun. Still works like a champ.

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    I have a highpoint C9 and it is surprisingly accurate. There is a break in process with these guns and if you follow it they work fine. Fun to shoot and a good truck gun.

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    The cheapest handgun I have ever purchased was my 1895 Nagant revolver. Although I do enjoy shooting it, it is a pathetic military weapon. It cost me around $90. The 7.62 Nagant cartridge is basically a .32. They came in an Officer's model and an NCO's model the Officer's model is what I own and is SA/DA. The NCO model is DA only. The DA trigger pull is extremely long and heavy, the SA is not much better, the sights are useless and the ammo is expensive.
    Having said all of that, this gun is unique and has a ton of history associated with it. The design is also unique. Nagant (Belgian) was of the opinion that revolvers could be made more efficient if the gasses that escaped the cylinder could be captured. When the trigger is pulled the cylinder moves forward to form a seal with the barrel. The cartridge is designed so that the bullet is inset from the rim of the shell. The shell is necked so that it fits into the barrel forming a seal .
    The mechanics of this revolver make it an ineffective military weapon. Reloading is a chore. Ammo is loaded through a side gate. Extraction of shells is assisted with a push rod that has to be unscrewed and rotated to align with the spent cartridge. The process is so tedious that it makes it impractical in a combat situation.
    I should buy a few more before the prices go up in a decade or so.

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    My PERSONAL 'cheapest' sidearm was my CZ-82 in 9mm MAK. It was also the smoothest in trigger pull, and the most accurate firearm I've ever owned. It's seconded in order of function by my CZ-75B in .40, my Kimber Custom Classic (duty gun with the S.O.), and of nearly equal performance, my Metro Arms American Classic II. Oh yeah, let's not forget my Bersa T .380.

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    My cheapest was a Remmy 700 ADL in .270 I picked up at wally world. 437.00 with a 3-9x40 scope. I took it to the range and shot winchester 130 gr power point ammo and was shooting bug holes with it after I dialed it in. I know it's not a pistol but the ? was cheapest. ~

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    Mossberg Maverick about 5 years ago. $119.95 at Sports Authority. Later bought an 18.5" barrel for 70 bucks. Great house gun for the money.

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    A used Taurus Model 85.

    It's went bang everytime I've pulled the trigger. I was also able to shoot it more accurately than I thought I woud.

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    I bought an Astra Cub 22 for $5.00 in 1975 minus magazine. Went to a local gun shop and plunked down $33.00 for one.
    Bought a second magazine in 2007 $25.00! Shoots great!

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    Kel Tec P11. Great CC gun. Reliable, lightweight. Double action trigger like revolver, but a bit longer.

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    That would be my Taurus 22-PLY and her big sister the 25-PLY,,,

    I bought these two pistols from Buds Gun Shop two months ago for $201.00 apiece.

    Click here please,,,

    Both are trouble free shooters,,,
    The 22-PLY shoots anything I feed it.

    Believe me, no one was more surprised than I was.

    Aarond

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    Cheapest gun NEW I ever bought was a Lorcin .22 for $75.00 NIB. Cheapest used gun was FREE from a good friend who didn't want it laying around the house where grand kids might find it.

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    My Taurus .22 PLY,,,

    It was only $201.00 at BUds Gun Shop so I bought it on a whim,,,
    What a nice performer this little gun is turning out to be.

    I have 150 rounds of CCI MiniMag through her as break-in rounds,,,
    And I am almost through a 550 round Federal Bulk Pack.

    I have had no fail to feed or fail to eject problems at all,,,
    Only a few fail to fire but a second pull on the DAO trigger solved that.

    The little thing just snuggles right into my hand,,,
    And for some reason I hit very well with it.

    I was so impressed with it's performance,,,
    I ordered the .25 ACP version as well.

    Aarond

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