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smith10
09-05-2011, 06:16
with 5 mags, will one of you OAFers cosign a loan for ammo?



Ranger T is spensive ya know.

COWBOYSHOOTER
09-05-2011, 06:28
Nope. Wont do it. Not enough Koolaid in a XDM! :hmph:

smith10
09-05-2011, 06:34
:laughabove:

COWBOYSHOOTER
09-05-2011, 06:49
Get a M&P if'n ya gotta has a plastic pistola! :tongueout: And isnt the XDM a......9mm? :wow: CowHat will not approve! :rofl:


<---likes a 9 just fine
<---unreconstructed rebel :cool:

Gun show inna couple weeks! Goin to look for a 3rd gen with a caliber that starts in a "4". But only if its steel framed!**DocHoliday** My hypocrisy goes only so far! **Doc Holiday**

smith10
09-05-2011, 06:55
XDM caan be had in 9mm, 40S&W, or .45 ACP


<----likes 9mms a lot at this point.

<----has carried and shot most of the common calibers.

And some of the uncommon ones too.


Would like another Smith 3rd Gen in pretty much anything.

COWBOYSHOOTER
09-05-2011, 06:59
Carried the 3914 today :cool::cool:

Kinda wanna 45 3rd gen. Not sure what model numbers does did has the steel frame. Will settle for a 4006. :supergrin:

smith10
09-05-2011, 07:10
4506= 5" barrel steel frame TDA

4566= 4 1/4" barrel steel frame TDA

4586=4 1/4" barrel steel frame DAO

4516= 3 3 /4" barrel steel frame TDA

4556 = 3 3/4" barrel steel frame DAO.

COWBOYSHOOTER
09-05-2011, 07:33
4506= 5" barrel steel frame TDA

4566= 4 1/4" barrel steel frame TDA

4586=4 1/4" barrel steel frame DAO

4516= 3 3 /4" barrel steel frame TDA

4556 = 3 3/4" barrel steel frame DAO.

Noted! DAO is ok, if the trigger is good. Whats a TDA? Not to be confused with a TSW?

kirgi08
09-05-2011, 07:42
Hey smitty,I have more ranger sxt than you can shoot in a year.C'mon the first box is always free.'08. :whistling:

smith10
09-05-2011, 07:56
Noted! DAO is ok, if the trigger is good. Whats a TDA? Not to be confused with a TSW?

TDA= traditional double action. long pull first shot, light short every shot thereafter.

smith10
09-05-2011, 07:58
Hey smitty,I have more ranger sxt than you can shoot in a year.C'mon the first box is always free.'08. :whistling:

<--- on my way to the proving grounds.


Likes the 127+p+ the most.

165 in 40, and 230 in .45 in the ranger line.

COWBOYSHOOTER
09-05-2011, 08:01
TDA= traditional double action. long pull first shot, light short every shot thereafter.

:headsmack: I shoulda caught that. TDA is fine wit me!
<---shoots revolvers double action like S&W intended :cool:

smith10
09-05-2011, 08:22
The S&W precock DAO third gens have a interesting trigger pull. Because of where the hammer is in the cycle, the pull starts out heavier then lightens slightly during travel.

4043 was first duty gun. had a 1086 pass through that should have snagged.

COWBOYSHOOTER
09-05-2011, 08:40
I never had a duty gun :crying: But if they hadda issued me one...it woulda been a wore out 1911

kirgi08
09-05-2011, 09:01
<--- on my way to the proving grounds.


Likes the 127+p+ the most.

165 in 40, and 230 in .45 in the ranger line.

:sorry:

147grn in 9mm

180grn in .40sw

230grn in .45acp.

I like heavy bullets,bug on the wind shield type thing.I have 5k of pmc starfire I'm saving for a special event.'08. :cool:

G33
09-05-2011, 09:25
CAUTION:

You may find the trigger safety to be sharp on your finger.
I found it less comfortable than the Glock.
And, the M&P is the MOST comfortable.

:wavey::wavey:

G33
09-05-2011, 09:28
I have found the S&W DAO to be very nice after clean up.
IMHO
:supergrin:

kirgi08
09-05-2011, 09:28
Traitor.'08. :miff:

kirgi08
09-05-2011, 09:30
I have found the S&W DAO to be very nice after clean up.
IMHO
:supergrin:

Skulls don't count.'08. :faint:

smith10
09-05-2011, 09:33
I have found the S&W DAO to be very nice after clean up.
IMHO
:supergrin:

:supergrin:

smith10
09-05-2011, 10:05
:sorry:

147grn in 9mm

180grn in .40sw

230grn in .45acp.

I like heavy bullets,bug on the wind shield type thing.I have 5k of pmc starfire I'm saving for a special event.'08. :cool:


The 230 .45 is THE stuff.:supergrin:

tous
09-05-2011, 10:13
Why I have I not been in this thread until now? :dunno:

smith10
09-05-2011, 10:15
Why I have I not been in this thread until now? :dunno:

You were at breakfast. I thought we established that.

tous
09-05-2011, 10:28
I forgot.

Old, you know. :fred:

The M&P and XDM in .45 ACP are neato. :thumbsup:
I like the Smith and Wesson over the Springfield offerings.

COWBOYSHOOTER
09-05-2011, 11:03
I forgot.

Old, you know. :fred:

The M&P and XDM in .45 ACP are neato. :thumbsup:
I like the Smith and Wesson over the Springfield offerings.

Quick! get that man some KoolAid! :supergrin::wavey:

KoolAid koolAid! Tastes great!

:supergrin:

tous
09-05-2011, 11:23
Though I prefer blued steel and walnut furniture, I have some plastic guns.

:supergrin:

Dinky
09-05-2011, 14:55
Has a case of 9mm waiting 2 be shot.....:faint:

smith10
09-05-2011, 15:28
Has a case of 9mm waiting 2 be shot.....:faint:

That's a GOOD thing there Dinky.:supergrin:

tous
09-05-2011, 16:32
Has a case of 9mm waiting 2 be shot.....:faint:

You send 'em my way, amigo, and I'll blast them useless things into tiny pieces with my .41 Magnum.

Dinky
09-05-2011, 16:42
You send 'em my way, amigo, and I'll blast them useless things into tiny pieces with my .41 Magnum.



Used a .41 Mag when I qualified for my CCW permit.:rofl:

smith10
09-05-2011, 17:02
Used a .41 Mag when I qualified for my CCW permit.:rofl:

You stood out amoungst all the 38s 9mms and 380s.:supergrin:

Dinky
09-05-2011, 17:12
You stood out amoungst all the 38s 9mms and 380s.:supergrin:


The guy next to me was shooting a S&W59 and was dropping brass all over me, so I took a step back and popped one off, he moved over :whistling:

smith10
09-05-2011, 17:17
The guy next to me was shooting a S&W59 and was dropping brass all over me, so I took a step back and popped one off, he moved over :whistling:

Done that more than a few times with a .41mag and a 10mm.

tous
09-05-2011, 17:29
Done that more than a few times with a .41mag and a 10mm.

When I shoot my .44 Magnums, the fellers on the points next to me frequently wet their pants and go runnin' out screamin' like little girls.

First shot: heads come a-peekin' around all of the partitions with that, 'What in the Hell was that?" look.

:supergrin:

HiddenEyes
09-05-2011, 23:18
<----Checks computer inventory.


On hand for the main three:

3900 9mm
7000 .40
1150 .45acp:shocked: (Note to self, gonna' hafta makes us up sum more o' dat stuff.)



Mr. HE:cool:

tous
09-06-2011, 03:21
<----Checks computer inventory.


On hand for the main three:

3900 9mm
7000 .40
1150 .45acp:shocked: (Note to self, gonna' hafta makes us up sum more o' dat stuff.)



Mr. HE:cool:

I hear that 3900 rounds of 9mm can be traded for a pack of chewing gum.
I think the 9mm is over-valued. Three sticks of gum, max.

:wavey:

Bullman
09-06-2011, 03:59
9mm has it's uses. I wouldn't buy a fullsize pistol in 9mm because it seems to be a waste of space. Now they are making some nice sized pocket guns in 9mm now that make a lot of sense to me.

tous
09-06-2011, 04:24
9mm has it's uses. I wouldn't buy a fullsize pistol in 9mm because it seems to be a waste of space. Now they are making some nice sized pocket guns in 9mm now that make a lot of sense to me.

Model 37 is a proper pocket gun. :wavey:

Bullman
09-06-2011, 11:14
37? Smith? Glock? Rhudabaga?

tous
09-06-2011, 11:15
37? Smith? Glock? Rhudabaga?

Is there any Model 37 but a Smith and Wesson?

:tease:

HiddenEyes
09-06-2011, 12:31
I hear that 3900 rounds of 9mm can be traded for a pack of chewing gum.
I think the 9mm is over-valued. Three sticks of gum, max.

:wavey:



You can de-mill the 9mm, melt the brass and re-form as .45, melt the lead and recast or form as .45, and reuse the powder in the .45. Primers you are just SOL on.

Basically if you mash two 9mm together into .45 you have half as much ammo but you tripled your value.:rofl:



Mr. HE:cool:

Bullman
09-06-2011, 13:51
Is there any Model 37 but a Smith and Wesson?

:tease:

Well, there is the Glock 37 in .45 GAP, but it is hardly a back up gun.

I believe I am unfamiliar with the Smith and Wesson by that number.

Bullman
09-06-2011, 13:53
then if you want to talk about your favorite Trombone gun....

The model 37 Ithaca

Bullman
09-06-2011, 13:55
ahhhh, an airweight Chief.

smith10
09-06-2011, 17:50
37? Smith? Glock? Rhudabaga?

Rhudabaga 37, sounds like the gun version of the Edsel.:supergrin:

tous
09-06-2011, 17:58
ahhhh, an airweight Chief.

Smith and Wesson revolvers come in small, medium and large.

http://i715.photobucket.com/albums/ww151/touslab/3rev.jpg

Bullman
09-07-2011, 04:07
I gots the large disease. I needs more money so I can buy some of the cure.

Bullman
09-07-2011, 04:08
Rhudabaga 37, sounds like the gun version of the Edsel.:supergrin:

I thought it were that ugly revolver with the underneath barrel and the square cylinder.

tous
09-07-2011, 04:51
I gots the large disease. I needs more money so I can buy some of the cure.

Once you go Magnum, you can never go back.

Bullman
09-07-2011, 12:02
Once you go Magnum, you can never go back.

I must say that there are times that I long for the early days of my career when Magnum revolvers were the norm. :sigh:

ChuteTheMall
09-07-2011, 15:40
MOVED to Page Three

No love for the Winchester 37 ?????????

Bullman
09-07-2011, 15:57
its a handgun thread

tous
09-07-2011, 16:01
Yeah, it's a handgun thread, ya numpty. :upeyes:

Dinky
09-07-2011, 17:02
Yeah, it's a handgun thread, ya numpty. :upeyes:



And numpty is a real word......:whistling:

tous
09-07-2011, 17:09
And numpty is a real word......:whistling:

As real as nyaff, ya bampot!

ChuteTheMall
09-07-2011, 17:33
Ithaca 37 ain't no more a handgun than is a Winchester 37, and in the immortal words of Gabby Johnson: "I wash born here, an I wash raished here, and dad gum it, I am gonna die here, an no sidewindin' bushwackin', hornswagglin' cracker croaker is gonna rouin me bishen cutter."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ke5Mr5eCF2U

G33
09-07-2011, 17:37
Smith and Wesson revolvers come in small, medium and large.

http://i715.photobucket.com/albums/ww151/touslab/3rev.jpg

tous haz wood!!!
:wow::whistling::supergrin:

Dinky
09-07-2011, 17:50
As real as nyaff, ya bampot!



yes they are:wow:

Dinky
09-07-2011, 17:51
tous haz wood!!!
:wow::whistling::supergrin:



small ?



medium?


large?

Bullman
09-07-2011, 19:21
Ithaca 37 ain't no more a handgun than is a Winchester 37, and in the immortal words of Gabby Johnson: "I wash born here, an I wash raished here, and dad gum it, I am gonna die here, an no sidewindin' bushwackin', hornswagglin' cracker croaker is gonna rouin me bishen cutter."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ke5Mr5eCF2U


When I think of the Ithaca 37 I think of the cut down pump that Ricardo Tubbs used in Miami Vice, so it was a handgun.:tongueout:

tous
09-07-2011, 23:49
Miculek doesn't make a J-frame grip. :crying: