Guns n Khuks - "trail guns" ???

Discussion in 'Himalayan Imports' started by Rusty, Jan 25, 2005.

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  1. munk

    munk

    Mar 22, 2002
    devo55: I know the frames Springfield buys on contract from Brazil are forged, not cast. I'm hoping though, that mine is a forged recever made it the US. I heard early on that Springfield had them made here.





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  2. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    If I could affrod it, I would buy a nice Detonics Combat master.
    ITs kind of a smaller, concealed but very very high quality 1911.
    They usually start around 1000$

    The springfield is ok, but really I would prefer something a little different.

    I like a pistol with a curvy backstrap, like the Beretta Cougar or the Hi-power.
    I was seriously eyeing a Hi-power in 40 SW.
    Really sexy pistol. It felt good in the hand too.

    A nice bianchi hi ride belt holster on the right hip and you are good to go!
     
  3. hollowdweller

    hollowdweller

    Sep 22, 2003

    Danny,

    Can you own that kind of a gun? I thought Japan had really super strict gun laws? :confused:
     
  4. Spectre

    Spectre

    Nov 3, 1998
    (It's obviously for the States, as he wouldn't "need" it in Japan, where they have no crime. :rolleyes: )

    J
     
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  5. 45-70

    45-70

    Jul 10, 2003
    Hi powers are nice in the original 9mm, and they really ride well in a Concealable from Galco, the Silhoutte is nice too.

    Springfields are good guns, Go with the Classics, unless you need a Glock. I like those too.
     
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  6. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    yes, its for back home.
    Personally, I have never carried a gun for protection.
    I did not get a concealed license.
    I felt that it wasnt really worth the risk and expense.

    Now, guns in my home, in my colletion, yes sir.

    Here in japan there is plenty of crime.
    Hell, they found a woman in a suitcase in a public park a few weeks ago.
    No, she wasnt alive.

    When I feel like i should, I carry a JKM or KK in my briefcase. I also carry about five pachinko balls in a pocket.
    Those things are very useful.
     
  7. 45-70

    45-70

    Jul 10, 2003
    Aren't those like the pinball games?
     
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  8. Yvsa

    Yvsa

    May 18, 1999
    Your rep points were just right so that you earned a double cactus/cacti for this post 45-70.:D
     
  9. 45-70

    45-70

    Jul 10, 2003

    Yeah!!

    Wooo Hoooo!!

    I have two cacti !!
     
  10. Thomas Linton

    Thomas Linton

    Jun 16, 2003
    Pocket pool? :confused:
     
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  11. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    me-tsubushi

    they make a great distraction when thrown into the face....
    (not mine, someone elses)
     
  12. Wow....I think I'd be more ticked off than anything if someone threw their balls in my face, but...whatever works....
     
  13. 45-70

    45-70

    Jul 10, 2003

    Danny

    I love you man, but you have the oddest dating habits.
     
  14. DannyinJapan

    DannyinJapan

    Oct 9, 2003
    oooooh, weirdo!
     
  15. Thomas Linton

    Thomas Linton

    Jun 16, 2003
    I'd think a handful thrown in front of someone on a hard floor would be a fine friction-reducer to cover retreat. WOOPS!!!

    (Very Nj?)
     
  16. I live in the great republic of MD, so a gun is a no no unless you have a permit in a state forest, so I carry a good walking stick and a good knife, usually a Cold Steel large voyager or Spyderco Endura for long hikes in the woods. If I were in the "wilds" of Nevada, I would either take a small 22 carbine, a Ruger 22 revolver, or a Ruger carbine, which accepts the same magazine as the Ruger P series automatics. I was talking to a guy at work who used to live about 20 miles outside of Vegas, and he said that only a fool would go around unarmed. We've been getting reports of a lot of wild dogs and coyotes in my area, I always take my walking stick along.
     
  17. Thomas Linton

    Thomas Linton

    Jun 16, 2003
    Sometimes no firearm; sometimes a lighter-weight .45 -- Colt or SIG. Depends.
     
  18. raghorn

    raghorn

    Feb 23, 2002
    I grew up in Maryland. The only way I'll ever return there is either at the head of a liberating army or in the custody of federal marshalls.

    No wait, that's California.

    Nevermind.
     
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  19. munk

    munk

    Mar 22, 2002
    That's how I feel about Ca. Actually, I'm not that crazy about Idaho.



    munk
     
  20. 45-70

    45-70

    Jul 10, 2003

    Move to Kaintuck, the winters aren't that bad, (possibly inflammatory comment removed), Gun laws are sensible, and the women are pretty.
     
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