How about those other auto's!

Schultz

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Sig, Glock, S&W any auto, Post em up guys!

This is my back up gun a 38H J.P.Sauer and Sons, Been it the family since my Dad brought it back from Europe.
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Scott J

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My XD:


My CZ:


An old Taurus PT22 that was an impulse buy off Armslist:


Ruger Mark II. The only auto I owned for the first 8 years of being a guncrank:
 

Scott J

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Bersa Thunder that is assigned as my wife's right now:


I also have a Taurus PT745 .45 and a NAA Guardian .380 I can't find any pics of.
 

PCShogun

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A pistol by ATF definition, this is my PPS-43C. Fires 35 rounds of 7.62*25mm down a 10" barrel. Its nice to know you can intimidate old school and still be carry legal. I have not yet found a CCW holster to work with it yet, but still looking . . .
 

Scott J

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Crappy cellphone pics but since the 24 degree temps here this morning made me select it for the carry piece (even if Winter clothing causes a failure to expand I'm still punching a .45 caliber hole).

Yes, in that pic with the wallet that's a pocket holster. I do pocket carry it and can still draw effectively.

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Dirk Pitt

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Italian made Beretta 92F, Pachmayr wrap around grips and a No Recoil match grade compensated barrel (whatever match grade really means...)
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Glock 19, Meprolight night sights yellow rear green front, magazine plug, decal grip sand, Vickers Extended magazine release, Vickers extended slide stop, and Glock Triggers Skimmer Trigger, with a Raven Concealment Phantom holster
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Glock 20, magazine plug, Hogue grip sleeve, Lone Wolf extended magazine release, and Lone Wolf extened slide stop, with a Bladetech holster
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Hambone

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Here is my wife's tcp 738 . She is wanting the S&w bodyguard 380 next. I am trying to talk her into a bigger caliber.

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Here is my old Ruger p95 and my current sr9c. Sold the p95 to a friend as he liked it more than me.

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Regulis7

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Ruger 22/45 with PacLite 4.5" fluted upper... My favorite woods walking gun and range plinker.
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Bulgarian Police 9x18 Makarov, HiPoint C9, Bersa Thunder .380
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S&W Sigma 9VE with Fobus HK1 and McKinnon belt slide
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KelTec P3AT .380 and NAA .22Mag (also have the .22lr cylinder)
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heymatthew

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I'm brand new here as of today an thought I'd open up with a picture of my two favorites:

1) A CZ75 SP-01 Tactical. I replaced the night sights with a set of target sights (fiber optic red front and black, textured rear). I also changed the black rubber grips for some coco bolo grips and I changed out both the recoil spring and mainspring. Shoots like a dream.

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2) A Ruger 22/45 Mark III Hunter. The optic is an UltraDot 30mm Red Dot. I replaced the grips with Hogue wrap-around finger groove grips. I removed the magazine safety release and added a Volquartsen accurizing kit (trigger, sear, hammer, springs). This one also shoots like a dream (and is only slightly less expensive to shoot than the CZ :D).

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Looking forward to participating in the forums. I'm from Charleston, but currently living and working in Sumter, SC while my wife finishes up graduate school. Feel free to drop me a line anytime.

Best,
Matthew
 

Regulis7

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Matthew,

Gotta love the Ruger Mk series pistols. My 22/45 came with the 5.5" Stainless bull barrel, not fluted or drilled for a scope/rail, so it was super heavy for most woods walking ventures, thats why I picked up the Tactical Solutions Pac Lite upper. That was before Ruger introduced the Mk III line that came drilled for the scope/rail setup.
 

heymatthew

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Regulis7 said:
Matthew,

Gotta love the Ruger Mk series pistols. My 22/45 came with the 5.5" Stainless bull barrel, not fluted or drilled for a scope/rail, so it was super heavy for most woods walking ventures, thats why I picked up the Tactical Solutions Pac Lite upper. That was before Ruger introduced the Mk III line that came drilled for the scope/rail setup.

Yeah. I love that CZ, but for just good fun plinking at the range, there's nothing better than a Ruger MK series (22/45 or Standard). I like the TacSol uppers and have thought about putting one on mine to reduce the weight. I just put a 16.5" TacSol barrel on my 10/22 along with a Hogue stock and it shoots amazingly well and is extremely light weight. How is the finish holding up on that anodized blue? Does it seem to be fairly resilient? Any effects from cleaning?
 

Regulis7

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Matthew,

The anodized finish on my Pac Lite has been great. I do not use solvents to clean with because it can cause problems on anodized/nickle plated or Duracoat/painted finishes, stuff like Hopps #9, copper and lead removers are best left to all steel guns with traditional finishes. My ONLY cleaning/lubes are CLP Break Free, Rem Oil or Ballistol and a bit of Elbow Grease when needed.. LOL!
 

Dirk Pitt

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My Glock 19 got a face lift.

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Got it stippled, new Warren fiber optic sights, added a Grip Force Adapter, and a Surefire X300.
 
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