Mine's a P226, as well.
Mine's a P226, as well.
I'm having a hard time deciding between a 357 revolver (686 or GP100) and a 9mm auto that's small enough to carry but but big enough to shoot well (Glock 19 or M&P 9c).
I went with S&W because they make a great example of both.
If I was truly limited to one gun it might be a 40 cal with a 9mm conversion barrel but the 9 is what I really want.
Just one gun...
If it had to be a rifle it would be my M1A.
If if were to be a handgun it would be my Smith 44mag.
One gun only?
A Les Baer .308 Semi-Auto Ultimate Match Rifle. 20 Round mags of .308 knockdown power and accuracy.
One handgun only?
A FN Herstal FNP45 USG. 15+1 of 45acp in a pistol with top notch reliability and accuracy.
One hand gun?Well,myself and one other said Taurus.Why I said it?I have a Taurus Judge.6 1/2 " bbl.
It'll shoot federal Handgun 000 Buck with a super great pattern.It'll shoot Remington high power
#4 thru #8 shot with great patterns.Finally it will shoot .45 Long colt acurately.
One brand?Once again Taurus.Only because I also have a .44 Magnum Taurus Tracker.
Both of these handguns have a laser sight on them.I think these pistols would get me through
the survival mode just fine.;)
Anything Sig. But no plastic.
S&W 4" model 66, .357 - this gun feels the best out of all the handguns I've ever held. Just gotta add that my Glock 22 and Kimber Classic SS Target, both ran a hair behind in second!
If I could have only one it would be an ak-47.
If we are talking semi-auto, my Beretta 92 with "mil-approved" rubber grips.
In revolvers, I would take a 4" Ruger Redhawk DA in .44 mag.
Mine would be a Glock 20
In hand gun's Beretta :mrgreen: always loved Beretta's stuff
If I could have only one "gun", it would be my AR-15...
Because the "gun" is the lower receiver, and I can add any upper to that lower (from a 22LR to a 50 Beowulf), and still have "one gun"... but I guess that's cheating!
If I could have only one pistol, it would be my current Smith & Wesson M&P Pro Series in 9mm. It can hand any pistol need I have from competition (USPSA Production Division) to self-defense.
freeze that sucker in ice
bury that sucker in mud
that girl'll keep cycling forever
In my limited exposure to firearms the one that sticks out the best (so far) has been my Glock 23. Just a great shooting, easy to use/operate and tough weapon system.
Beretta 92. I love it and it will last longer than (and perform well) I do.
I have had 0 problems with my Springfield TRP.So if its only 1 gun,i obviously need something i can carry.
S&W without a doubt. The best revolvers in the world and the M&P is the equal of any polymer semi-auto. My personal choice would be my 4 inch 686 revolver. It is as accurate as hell and the .357 magnum takes care of business.
sig 226 for sure. the best handgun out there IMO
Just picking one would be my Kimber Pro Carry II. Tend to enjoy shooting that one at the range most, not to mention it conceals better than the XD40 or PX4.
Smith and Wesson for right now. Lots of good guns out there, but I hardly ever read anything negative about a S&W, which is why I bought one. 9mm M&P and so far I like it.
HK45CT with Crimson Trace LG-645 laser.
It would be a p99.
Handgun? vintage Browning HiPower 9mm.
Rifle? Interarms MarkX in .30-06.