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    I undeleted your post, the size of the picture is just fine. It's less than 800x600, so don't worry about it.
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    Thank you John I wanted to share my SP 101 and GP 100 with you all but did not want to break the rules of picture size.

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    John, I'm unsure about your laws over there, but my favorite handgun is the T/C Contender single shot pistol (It's the one with the scope on it). The gun has a 3/8 pin and the barrel swivels on it. You can change to another caliber in less than 2 minutes. It is very accurate. I own several different barrels for it. It is also super easy to clean!

    The picture has several S&W handguns, Kimber pistol, Beretta pistol, Kahr pistol, NAA mini revolver, Ruger pistol, and the T/C contender pistol.
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    *gasp* good god!



    thud.

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    500 Magnum Nut, have I told you how much I hate you?

    Gun laws in Greece? http://www.m1911.org/gun_laws.htm

    Pretty stupid!
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    John, if your ever in my neck of the woods, don't forget bring your ear muffs. Your invited to come along and shoot something a little different!
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    Thank you Sir. Rest assured that if the wind blows me to the other side of the Atlantic, I'll be happy to take you up on this invitation.
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    6 Rimfires

    Hi

    Have you considered a 22 mag revolver? It's no centerfire, but they can be fun to shoot.

    Bob

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    John,

    Where's the 4" 1911 on your list? We all know how much you want one

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    Ah my dear Sir, not a 4" one, a 4.25" yes, but not a 4" one. That .25" makes a huge difference! Like that .5" when going from a real Officers to the newly 3" pistols. I need to investigate that, there should be some psychological reason why a tiny fraction of an inch makes so much difference in my aesthetics.
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