11/08/2005 10:48pm, #31Originally Posted by liokault
OH no, one of you guys. Read this article, it may or may not make sense to you in your current state of mind.
You're= a contraction for you are
Your- a possessive pronoun
Have a great Kenpo day
ClydeSaving Kenpo souls one at a time!
Put down your purse!
Speed is fine, but accuracy is final. Wyatt Earp, 1888
"For certain 'tis a shameful spite, and dreadful to the heart,
For an Irishman to see a fight, and not be taking part."
--"How McPherson Held the Floor"
11/08/2005 11:21pm, #32
- Join Date
- Oct 2005
- Goju Kai Karate
We havent got guns down here, no comment as to how I personally feel about it, though ti would be nice to be able to go hunting when I'm in the country.
The XD series Anthony mentioned earlier looks to me a good choice, though the ported model sounds even sweeter. In fact, I'd like any of those. XD
Of all these mentioned, Ive actually fired the 1911 and the .44 magnum, which I think is the Dirty Harry gun, (I may have the model wrong) coz it sure as hell made me want to slip into an ill fitting brown suit :P
11/08/2005 11:28pm, #33
Real men pack 6 shooters.
11/08/2005 11:31pm, #34
Originally Posted by Neildo
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- Sep 2005
- South Shore, LI
11/09/2005 12:47am, #35
My thoughts are the following. While 45 caliber is optimal, if you don't have much money for target shooting a nine would be better because the ammunition is cheaper, and skill depends on shooting regularly.
Secondly, do not get a concealable weapon, say with a 3 inch barrel. Get a full frame auto that has a standard barrel length of 4 inches in length. In a beginner's hands this will improve your accuracy noticably.
11/09/2005 1:22am, #36
How can you NOT buy it after looking at it?
Here it is in action
11/09/2005 1:24am, #37
Uzi. Nine millimeter.
11/09/2005 1:26am, #38
Originally Posted by Sirc
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- Jun 2004
- Sanctum Sanctorum, SoCal
- FMA, DBMA, MMA
I've got a Glock 21 and I love it. Easy to shoot, rugged, simple and ugly. Never going to give it up.
Last edited by poidog; 11/09/2005 1:29am at .Kuha'o - Kela - Koa
11/09/2005 1:27am, #39Originally Posted by liokault
You do tai chi, you don't get an opinion on things relating to fighting/killing/destruction.
11/09/2005 1:29am, #40Originally Posted by poidog
They're normally used for target shooting, many outdoorsy types pack them for bear defense.
Of course, despite the impressive picture, the SW500 cant really compare to rifle cartridges for power and lethality.