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Firearms General V2


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Since the first thread is archived, I figured to start up another about my favorite hobby: Firearms! Like the previous thread, please check your politics at the door. This thread is about sport, target, hunting, and defensive use of firearms.

Lately I've grown somewhat bored with certain guns, namely rifles and pistols. There's only like 3 pistols that I even want left out there in the wild that aren't just collector items to me (2 of which are just upgrades of pistols I either currently own or have owned in the past) and save for wanting to slap together an AR pistol as a project, I'm pretty set on most long-guns.

That being said, my major blind spot is shotguns, so I've been thinking about getting into a mid-range or entry-level sporting shotgun, since I already have two pump-actions. I had a nice and informative chat with a fellow at a local store, and find myself interested in perhaps investing in a semi-auto sporting shotgun of some kind. The three that come to mind are the Beretta A300 Outlander, the Franchi Affinity, and the Stoeger M3000. Does anyone have experience with semi-auto sporting shotguns, or preferences regarding their use? (Order of guns from top to bottom: Stoeger, Beretta, Franchi)

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went shooting with these.

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went shooting with these.

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Das a Glock. 19 I assume? Cant' tell whether its a Gen 3 or 4 because I just don't know the differences well enough. Takin' a guess that the shotty is an 870 of some sort, only because the safety is on the trigger guard.

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Das a Glock. 19 I assume? Cant' tell whether its a Gen 3 or 4 because I just don't know the differences well enough. Takin' a guess that the shotty is an 870 of some sort, only because the safety is on the trigger guard.

You're right about the shot gun. but the glock? nope. close tho, it's a glock 23 gen 4

 

 

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You're right about the shot gun. but the glock? nope. close tho, it's a glock 23 gen 4

 

 

Close enough in my book, since the compact-sized Glocks all look the same from a distance, regardless of caliber. The only Glock I've ever owned was a Gen 3 G22, though I've shot the Gen 4 19 before (and the first handgun I ever fired was a Gen 2 G17, way back in 2012!).

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Bumping with the newest addition to the fun-stick collection, even if it is a work-in-progress. Soon, this little lower will turn into an AR pistol, hopefully during an enticing Black Friday deal!

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Out with the old, in with the...well, improved but still kinda old! I traded off my Walther PPQ M2 Navy for the upgraded version of a favorite pistol of mine, the Springfield XD9 Mod 2 Tactical! Can't wait to take this baby to the range!

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