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    $600 burn'n a hole.. What to buy!

    Ok. I have some birthday money and and a refund check from my morgage company and have decided to treat myself to something. The only problem is deciding on what. Here is what I currently have:

    Kimber Ultra Carry II (my carry piece)
    -A custom build AR 15
    -A New England Firearms single shot 20 gauge
    -A Russian Mosin Nagant M44

    Some stuff I was thinking about was:
    -An aimpoint/mount for the AR
    -I looked at a Walther P22 with the 5in barrel kit
    -A used Sig P225/P6 9mm
    -A stripped AR lower
    -Another gun I could use as a bug or a carry gun if something happened to the Kimber.
    -Some kind of 5in pistol

    To many choices not enough money! lol

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    Well I have a Sig 225 and it is a fine weapon. It was the first auto I bought for a carry gun in the early 90's. Have you considered a fighting shot gun?
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    I'd go for the BUG. I'm a firm believer in having a spare. We carry a spare tire for our cars, why not a BUG for our lives....


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    Quote Originally Posted by HK4U View Post
    Well I have a Sig 225 and it is a fine weapon. It was the first auto I bought for a carry gun in the early 90's. Have you considered a fighting shot gun?

    I did actually look at a Mossberg 12 gauge 18 1/2" pump with a pistol grip and collapsible stock. So yes that was an option also.

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    Sounds like a good combat shotgun, would round out your list quite well.
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    A new BUG would be my choice although a good .22 would be nice for cheap practice. Look around for $600 you probably could get both.:)
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    For $600 I'd get a 12ga. Mossberg and mags + ammo for whatever you got as I see a dem getting elected. A buddy and I are hoarding beta c-mags as an investment.

  9. I here your dad is a very nice person you could get him somthing nice, After all lookat all he as done for you (a nice 9mm would work) :D

  10. Just kiding! I would go for the 12ga

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    Quote Originally Posted by KimberRB View Post
    Just kiding! I would go for the 12ga
    Yeah. buy your dad a shotgun:D

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