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    Quote Originally Posted by EdmondClimber View Post
    you can get full auto if you pay the tax stamp for that particular weapon. you can tell by price a full auto AR doesn't go for 900. more like 9000-14000.
    Whoa, thats WAY above my budget. I am looking at about a $650 upper limit for the weapon itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93DevilleUSMC View Post
    I'm in college, so price is a CRITICAL issue for me. 9mm sounds like my best bet. Plus, you get get decent round types (so I've heard) for 9mm. What kind of prices am I looking at for 1,000 rounds of .40 or 1,000 rounds of .357 Sig.?

    This is only one online source, but works for comparison.

    http://www.the-armory.com/shopsite_s.../9mm_ammo.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by CIWS View Post
    This is only one online source, but works for comparison.

    http://www.the-armory.com/shopsite_s.../9mm_ammo.html
    $159 for a 1,000 box sounds good.

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    I shoots where he's the mostus.
    Don't mess with Binky Bear!


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    Quote Originally Posted by dkozloski View Post
    I shoots where he's the mostus.
    Huh?

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    By the way, how does $586 sound for a slightly used P226?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93DevilleUSMC View Post
    So I should go for center-of-mass?
    every time

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdmondClimber View Post
    every time
    That's what I said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 93DevilleUSMC View Post
    By the way, how does $586 sound for a slightly used P226?
    What particular model? That's a pretty good price. Before/after DROS and shipping? Is it online or in a local store?

    9mm is the way to go if ammo cost is a concern. The ammo is cheap. Practice ammo is wayyy cheaper than any other caliber short of .22lr.

    And, actually, the technology we have today has developed some incredible bullets and rounds for the 9mm which perform just as well as many .40's and .45's. Defense ammo technology has come a loooong way from the simple hollow point. Cheapo full metal jacket ammo like the wal-mart white box or Wolf is good practice stuff...just clean the gun every time. I have a bunch of magazines for everything I own. My range mags are always full of the practice stuff and are cheaper aftermarket mags. The ones that are in the guns when I'm carrying them are all factory mags that have no malfunctions, loaded with high quality defensive ammo.

    Like everyone says though, shot placement is the most important which means you need to be able to practice. I would even recommend getting a .22lr pistol so you can fire a couple of hundred extra rounds every session without getting fatigued from firing the more powerful handguns. I use a Ruger MkII 6" stainless for a warmup and cool down gun whenever I go. Get's me another two or three hundred trigger pulls every time I go out with only a couple of bucks worth of ammo.

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    Here's some pics of my weapons



    and


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    LOL at Blackout
    Old fashioned but poweful

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    "A sheriff's deputy who killed six young people at a house party in Crandon, Wisconsin, apparently died after shooting himself three times in the head with a .40-caliber pistol, the state attorney general said.
    I have always said that most cops can't shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger View Post
    I have always said that most cops can't shoot.
    what would have really sucked is if he shot him self in the head and forgot what he was going to do. and be found incompetent to stand trial.

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    It's far too common around here for drunks to attempt suicide by shooting themselves in the head and fail. Usually they wind up blinded and the taxpayers get to support them for the next 40 years. Where's Jack Kavorkian when you need him?
    I read about one guy that sawed his arm off in the table saw by accident and the pain was so bad that he shot himself in the head numerous time with a nailgun and survived.
    These guys must have a teeny, tiny target to aim for.
    Don't mess with Binky Bear!


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