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anyone know anything about these guns?
Their symbol is a bull
I dream of a day when chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.
Just pay the extra $100 and get a glock.
They've come a long way; newer guns are relatively good. Heard a few people say they prefer their Taurus 1911s to Kimber, which is more than a little shocking. But if you're looking for purchasing advice, there's no substitute for just shooting the gun before you guy it.
have any suggestions where i can buy a decent priced gun online?
Buying online doesn't usually help. They have to ship to somebody with a dealer liscense, then that person normally charges $50-75 to buy it. Prices are negotiable, they are usually small business. My glock was $499 and I got it out the door after tax with a month free range time for $475.
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They kill people and should not be in the hands of regular joes?
I know it's a Brazilian company that makes decent enough revolvers. I couldn't comment on their semi-autos though.
I'd drop the extra cash for a Smith & Wesson M&P or Springfield XD if you're wanting to go that route.
Stuff it Costas
Doing more cutting edge stuff than any other manufacturer. Glock is way overrated.
For a hunting gun, they're pretty good and can be equipped with a nice scope. However, I don't think you'd carry one for personal protection. I have a Glock 26 9mm, but I don't carry.
If you want an inexpensive gun to carry or just to have, check out this site:
It's an American company , but it's based in Ohio.
I see my comment has made some people butthurt.
But, but, but it was in that piece of paper written hundreds of years ago.
Gun control equals less gun tragedy's. FIO MURICA.
Please forgive our Canadian liberal brother. Where he's from, they use deer antler sheds found on the frozen pond to fend off intruders.
Gun control = hitting your target, so yes, you should start a petition
im out on hi point. they sell for $100. i need something for protection
In Canada we don't have crazy people carrying handguns and going into movie theaters shooting viewers. Darn we have it so bad.
bc canada has free health care
In FL new 9mm Taurus sells for 299-349. Glocks start at 399
Your country also has the largest vagina on the western hemisphere
If you want something just for protection it's hard to go against the reliability of a revolver. For that purpose I carry a smith and wesson model 442; .38 +P. It's extremely light, I can conceal it in a pocket, and can shoot a 158 grain +P round. It's also cheaper than a lot of automatics and infinitely easier to maintain.
Smith internal, exposed and shrouded.
God, give me patience today. If given strength I may beat someone to death.
By a Glock and call it a day.
And what does being a "tough" country gain anyone? Sure as hell doesn't gain individuals anything.
Sorry to be harsh, but all it has gained America is a pile of debt from fighting so many wars, and a couple of planes into the side of the world trade centers.
Oh no you didn't just....
Yeh I know, how dare someone be realistic when talking about gun control.
You guys want to bad mouth Canada for being "pussies" that cool. But expect a cold harsh reality shoved right back at you.
A gun has never solved an issue another gun didn't create in regards to the public.
This post was edited by mriderblue12 19 months ago
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