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Old 12-27-2009, 09:22 AM   #16
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Old 12-27-2009, 09:35 AM   #17
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Old 12-27-2009, 10:31 AM   #18
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Here are some AWESOME videos that should (HOPEFULLY) put an END to the Mobility vs Firepower (large bore vs small bore firearms) debate.

This guy has over 19 years in the military, has been doing weapons testing, training and reviews for a long time and knows his stuff. Let's give them a watch.



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Old 12-27-2009, 03:37 PM   #19
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well for home protection i wanted firepower and mobility in small spaces so for me a .45 handgun is perfect thats why i want to buy a Glock 21
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Old 12-27-2009, 04:04 PM   #20
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You know, a .45 isn't necessary . . .Nor is buying a high-priced brand like Glock . . .A Sigma .40 would be more than enough for the firepower factor and is probably a smaller weapon than that of the Glock 21.

If you MUST spend a lot of money, Glock makes small-frame .40 and .45 weapons.

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That dude is awesome, he's law enforcement AND military . . .good times!


Here's another weapons expert I like to watch a lot.

Armed with the information from the previous expert, check this out from him:

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Old 12-27-2009, 08:07 PM   #21
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well why would i need a small frame glock? the only reason why this gun would leave the house is to go to the range and i have large african basketball gripping hands so a small frame dosnt sound all that comfortable for me.
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Old 12-27-2009, 10:21 PM   #22
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I was just putting options up in the air dude. It's a firearms discussion thread . . .
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Old 12-27-2009, 11:21 PM   #23
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after watching his (nutnfancy) keltec pf9 review i decided that that would be my concealed carry pistol. it has all the characteristics that i was looking for. about 90% of the time i hustler it and have it clipped on the on the back of my pants. if i'm wearing jeans i tend to just put it in my back pocket. the rest of the time, which is not too often, i carry my taurus pt92 in a shoulder hustler.

both are 9mm, but the taurus is a full size pistol that i find to be too big to comfortably carry any other way than in a shoulder holster. i'm only 5'7" and about 170lbs so i don't find it too convenient to carry a full size pistol when i have a small frame pistol of the same caliber. what i'm getting at it that people should carry what is best suited for them.

i find the pf9 to be just a bit small for my hands so i'm sure adam would have a hard time with it. the pt92 is a tad larger, especially with the pachmayr grips i bought for it. i can grip it fine but it's a bit too bulk for me to carry so i've sure adam would need a large frame gun.

here are some pics i snapped of me with both pistols.





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Old 12-27-2009, 11:45 PM   #24
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Aren't you just a ball of sexy, LMAO! Look like a fed, LOL!

The PF-9 seems to be a fabulous weapon, his review of the Kel-Tec P3A-T made me want a pocket-carry style weapon of my own. I'm looking at getting a Taurus 24/7 (he seems to like that weapon) or another Glock 17 (Gable Sporting Goods has one for $300 with extra magazines). I was reviewing his Firepower vs Mobility and laughed a little because that was my main concern when doing CRF and Camp Guard work. I didn't mind carrying the shot gun, but the Beretta M9 was just a better choice and made for a quick problem solver when things got crazy.

I'm used to standard-frame sidearms and have no issue with an outside-the-pants waistband holster. I was thinking about a small-frame though, something to have an under-the-belt or inside-the-pants holster with.

The pros and cons are what I'm weighing. Outside the pants is faster on the draw, but much more difficult to conceal, usually requiring a thick shirt or jacket/coat. Under the waistband is a lot easier to conceal, but slower on the draw.

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LOL! I'd let you date my big brother! HAHAHAHAHA
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the p34t is way too small for my liking, looking back i kind of wish i would have bought the p11. the p11 is basically a double stack version of the pf9 so the it was a slightly wider grip than the pf9.
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LOL! I'd let you date my big brother! HAHAHAHAHA
i appreciate the offer but i'll have to pass, if you said sister then i'd consider it.
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LMAO! You mean you don't wanna take biggamehit on a date? HAHAHAHAHAHA! Everyone does!

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Old 12-28-2009, 05:14 PM   #30
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Hey Jesus . . .

I'm thinking about going with this holster:

http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/p...ducts_id/50008

Let me know what you thinkz
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