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    Very cool pistol! Congrats! Now you just need the, what is it, PS90 carbine that uses the 5.7 ammo?

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    I have to side with Vanity. It is a decent functional Firearm......(STOP) hurt feelings, admin edits possible ban/removal from site.....Enjoy I hope it is more than the "SAFE HANGER"
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    Very nice!
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    Congrats on your new slide gun. Merry Christmas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darbo View Post
    Very cool pistol! Congrats! Now you just need the, what is it, PS90 carbine that uses the 5.7 ammo?

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    Yeah, don't think I haven't thought about it. Not a fan of bull pup design but this is the Carbine that spawned the development of the pistol. Maybe Henry will pick it up in their lever lineup like they are doing with all the other odd calibers.
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    NICE!!!! You've become old enough to stop justifing why you got this or that! I can't wait till I'm there too!
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    Very nice, and they're so vilified by the media, that I would definitely own one. Congrats !
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    OK, help me learn something here. Just what is a vanity gun?

    I also have an AR 57 and it is a nice rifle. It is accurate and fun to shoot. I guess the only downside is that it is heavy....

    Good luck with your new gun and shoot safe.

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    Congrats on your new pistol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ICUKev View Post
    NICE!!!! You've become old enough to stop justifing why you got this or that! I can't wait till I'm there too!
    You'll recognize it when you see it. Our last son graduated from college yesterday and, as a result, he moves from part time to full time with the state of Ga (auditing and accounting) starting tomorrow. Now all 3 off the payroll, house and truck paid off! It's ME time now - something I haven't had much of since 1985 when our first was born and I was just starting my last year of Med school.
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