Were are ya goin on your trip?
I recently bought a S & W MP40 which I really like ( I may even love it:smt007 ) But the long, hot, Texas, summer taught me that I'll need something a little smaller by next summer that can hide in my shorts, under my T-shirt, for CCW. So I'll be buying a MP40 compact when they come out. Are you listening S & W???? :rolleyes:
.50 BMG Bolt Action.......:mrgreen:
You will have a good time! :-)
I am planning my own study abroad for next year. My girlfriend and I will go to Prague for 3 months. (a + that they are gun friendly! :mrgreen: )
Here is a pic from my last trip to Prague
Originally Posted by TxPhantom
I recently bought a S & W MP40 which I really like ( I may even love it ) But the long, hot, Texas, summer taught me that I'll need something a little smaller by next summer that can hide in my shorts, under my T-shirt, for CCW. So I'll be buying a MP40 compact when they come out. Are you listening S & W????
I HHHHHAAAAAATTTTTTTTEEEEEEEDDDDDDD the S&W M&P trigger....
I know, you think it's like a Sigma.:rolleyes: ...... A lighter trigger on a carry gun with no external safety would be a little dangerous, don't cha think ?
If you don't like it don't buy it!
I've held 1 and dry fired 1 once. That was my only experience...
Look at the new TAURUS PT1911. It come's loaded. Shoot's great. Mine was $450.
I usually shoot Winchester 230 FMJ. I'll set up to reload this week, then I'll work up some new load's. I didn't like ho;;ow point's, but a little work with the file & polish on the slide lock lever fixed that. They were a little shorter & caught on the inside of the lever. It is a very accurate pistol!
When I bought my G23 I also bought a Sigma at the same time. I liked the way the Sigma pointed- ie. it seemed to be on target more quickly and naturally. I just didnít like the trigger. I sold it years ago.
I started out shooting my MP40 with the medium backstrap and have found since, the large size works better for me. The trigger is (I hear) a 6.5 lb pull. A lot of people judge the feel of the trigger by handling one at a gun store and just pulling on the trigger. That way it is gritty, but, when it is cocked it is very smooth.
We also own a Baby Desert Eagle 9mm, with a 4lb pull that is very sweet but it has a external safety.
Anyway to each his own. Hope I didn't come off as too grouchy.:rolleyes:
I.m not a 1911 fan, but going to get a Taurus PT 1911 next....$470 OTD
I ended up picking up a Browning Buckmark Standard. It's a lot of fun and hopefully my girlfriend will enjoy shooting it. Thanks to everyone for their input!
No doubt. My next gun will also be a Glock!
I'm currently waiting for a Sig 226 Elite to arrive. After that I'm planning on getting a Kahr.
I actually have my next three picked out. Don't know in which order that they will come but they are:
MRI Baby Eagle .45ACP Semi-Compact
Sig Mosquito with Holoscope.
I would definately go for the Buckmark. great plinker, accurate, reliable, and costs next to nothing to shoot all day. Since you mentioned the Hi-Point carbine, Browning also makes a carbine version of the buckmark, slap a red dot sight on that, buy a brick of ammo and head to the range, you're good to go. :smt067 Oh well, thats my two cents. Enjoy whatever you choose and shoot safely.