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    My second most favorite 45acp

    When it comes to the 45ACP, my favorite model would be the 1911. Next on the list would be the Sig P220. Yeah I know, it's an oldie, but so am I.

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    I had a chance to trade one of my .357s today to get one, so yeah, I made the trade. Now I need to load a couple of hundred more rounds of 45ACP and get to the range.
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    Nice! I'd love to get my hands on one of those.

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    My favorite .45 ACP is the Heckler & Koch USP 45 Elite.



    I don't actually own one, but the aesthetics, (looks sort of like an oversized Walther PP) the fact that it's DA/SA hammer-fired, has a frame-mounted safety/decocker, and the fact that despite being a polymer framed firearm it is known to be extremely robust, capable of handling even the hottest of loads.
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    All my 45acps left are wheel guns, Colt New Service and Smith 1917s.


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    I had a Colt 1917 years ago. It fell victim to hard times. I had stopped shooting ACP with clips and switched to Auto Rim cartridges. I still have that brass. You never know if you'll ever need it again.
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    Now that's a classic. You're going to love it!
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    I still like my PT-145, glad I never sent it back to Taurus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJS3 View Post
    I had a Colt 1917 years ago. It fell victim to hard times. I had stopped shooting ACP with clips and switched to Auto Rim cartridges. I still have that brass. You never know if you'll ever need it again.
    I do like the 45ar as well but the moon clips and 45acp are still just so much cheaper. Also, considering my age, I may well have enough 45acp to last out my time.
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    So many 45's, so little time...

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    well my first most favoritest in the world forever 45 acp is my CZ 97BD.
    IF I had to pick my second favorite I guess it would be my Dan Wesson Point Man High Capacity 1911, its a shooter and not many were made and that was some time back, as long as I didn't have to carry it that is.--like 54 ounces loaded!
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