I'd have to second that about the 1911. I've used quite a few and have enjoyed many, but I'm always resorting to my 1911. My attachment to 1911s has a lot to do with the fact that it was the first gun I ever built at home and know more about it than most of my friends...762X54R said:I like the 1911 series the best and it's the only one I own. I had a Mak a long time ago and I think I'm going to get another. Had a few other types, but I always come back to the 1911.
What do you all like?
I gotta agree about the 1903 .32. I didn't know about that pistol until a friend of mine inherited it from his father, who purchased it more than 50 years ago and only fired about 2 mags of rounds with it. It was never used after that. My friend had no idea on the value of it, and I offered him $70. He didn't even think twice and I ended up with a really cool and fun classic to play with at the range. That thing has almost no recoil (compared to my 1911) but you do need the eyes of an eagle to work them sights.Rhino_66 said:Other pistols... I like the Colt 1903 in .32 The sights absolutely blow, but they're accurate. The ads from the early 1900's tout it as a snag-free pocket pistol for a gentleman's personal protection. There isn't a sharp edge or corner anywhere, so they weren't kidding.
I'm begining to like the Glocks more and more. I shot one not too long ago and I was impressed. 11 years ago I had shot some and there was something odd about them I couldn't get used to.admin said:Am I the only Tupperware lover here?