I have a 1911, but now I'd like another one. I bought one of the mil-surplus 1911's CMP sold. I've enjoyed shooting it so much I'd like to get another one. .45 ACP is just such a sweet round to shoot.If you don't have a 1911, every collection needs one.
ALL METAL Sig P series that IS NOT a legion or nightmare. Most likely a 226 or 938.Since I don’t have a 45 ACP yet, I’m considering a Sig 220 stainless or something similar. Any recommendations for a sweet looking 45 semi-safe queen? Looking for great quality, stainless, sub $2k gun, buy and hold.
I have a 1911, but now I'd like another one. I bought one of the mil-surplus 1911's CMP sold. I've enjoyed shooting it so much I'd like to get another one. .45 ACP is just such a sweet round to shoot.
I also keep toying with the idea of getting a Kel-Tec PMR-30 in .22 Mag for plinking duty and as backpack gun. I had one in my hand onetime at a gun store and was going to buy it, but it just seemed like a toy and I didn't. Now I wish I would have...I think. Still not 100% sure on this one.
"Backpack"...as in something to throw in my backpack if I'm going hiking, or put in a dry bag and carry if I'm going kayaking.I'm not a fan of Kel-tec products (Actually I'm not a fan of George Kellgren from pre-Keltec days). So I wouldn't buy a PMR-30. I also think .22 Mag is too expensive for plinking, and from a handgun too under powered as a "Backup Gun".
I would get a .22LR for plinking and something more powerful as the backup. (although I guess it depends what you consider a backup gun)
The Hellcat is the only one I've come across and they most likely copied the P365. I EDC the Hellcat and I like it, but will probably end up with a P365 eventually.P365XL also feels good, not AS good as the VP9SK but man that gun is thin. For EDC I don't see a gun better than that currently.