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  1. Nix

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    Has anyone any experience with a Glock 27?
     
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    This guy is obsessed with the 27. He has endless videos and reviews of the various versions.


    View: https://youtu.be/Tet1vNkIlCE
     
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    ive shot the 26, its kinda miserable, ergonomically the tiny double stack just feels odd, plus still a double stack so not really any better for concealment
     
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    there not so bad (glock 26/27 that is) if you get them with the pinky extender on them, I prefer my 43 over those as its very slim and easy to carry more so than my 19 which I loved to carry till I thru a Trijicon RMR on it.
     
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    Just grabbed a Ruger SR22 this week. Nice little gun.

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    I need to buy an AR before I won't be able to.

    @k757 - what kind do you have? Any recommendations?
     
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    I can’t understand people’s fascination with guns.


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    Only handguns here, though that may change. I have 2 S&w and 2 ruger. My ruger 9mm is a great starter pistol as it has multiple visual indicators and is easy to shoot
     
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    I've got a S&W MP15T very reliable never had feed or ejection issues. S&Ws can be rather expensive but I have also heard DPMS makes decent ARs for a good price.
    https://www.aimsurplus.com/product....e=DPMS+ORACLE+.223/5.56+AR+Rifle&groupid=8357
    I know it is listed as sold out right now but this gives you an idea on what you could spend to get one.
     
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    Are there any features you definitely want it to have or any specific uses you are wanting to use it for? My recommendations are if you want a cheap AR go Palmetto State Armory. If you want a Premium AR go Daniel Defense, BCM, or LWRC
     
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    $380 is cheap. I was expecting more of the $500 range. I know accessories are extra.

    It will be for shooting at the range mainly. 25 yards is the distance. I might find an outdoor range close by and shoot there also.

    As for features... Haven't really looked into them a ton.
     
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    In that price range definitely check out Palmetto, you could definitely get a nice setup fairly easy and they always run great deals.
     
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    Just finished my .300 AAC Blackout build as much as I can until I get my tax stamp approved. Still need to put on the back up sights and the red dot will be replaced with a smaller one once I can afford it.
    .300 BLK.jpg .300 BLK Barrel.jpg
     
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    I haven't did a ton of research yet into the AR15's.. but I did order the Smith & Wesson MP15-22 Sport 22LR rifle. Just for shooting at the range.
     
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    Your man card just got re-upped from you buying an accord
     

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