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    I will just keep my CZ and use the money for reloading components--but thanks anyway!

    now move that amount up to say 5-600 and I can play.
    400 bucks!! geeez my Bar tabs are higher than that!
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    For me I would choose a Mossberg® Mdl# 500C 20ga shotgun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbojama View Post
    I would have to go with a 1911, lots of parts available. Good quality guns available in the $400 range. My next choice would be the Taurus PT92 for the same reasons as the 1911.
    I'm with you. 1911 parts and ammo are always readily available and the gun has withstood the test of time.
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    Under $400 will get me a new Taurus M66 7rd 357 4" bbl. I'll take that.
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    PT22, 85 Poly, 865, 605, M44.... what's next?!

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    Id go probably for what i have, taurus pt92afs 2 factory magazines, and 4 20 round aftermarket magazines, i got with it, from my local gun store buddy who got it in trade on a day i happened to be there, i offered him 10% over what he got in trade for it, as usual when i have been there when a gun came in he takes a instant sale over it sitting in his display for a higher markup, he gives a box of ammo with every gun purchase that day all he had in 9mm hollow points was a 100 round box. Got it all for $365 out the door, not counting background check

    he didnt even have it for 5 minutes
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    I have a favor to ask. Would the next member who decides to post up a thread of this type set the limits upwards of $850-$1K? I bet you will see much more imaginative answers. This ain't the '70s or even the '80s.
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    Wish granted.
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    plink w/light .45 loads
    hunt with heavy loads
    SD with SD .410 rounds intermixed with .45 rounds

    a versatile firearm that keeps going and going and going bang
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    Taurus, guys. Taurus. I’d get the 605 matte black oxide 357 Mag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daytonaredeye View Post
    I have a favor to ask. Would the next member who decides to post up a thread of this type set the limits upwards of $850-$1K? I bet you will see much more imaginative answers. This ain't the '70s or even the '80s.
    But some of us are cheap!
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