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Greetings from the gunshine state! My first guns were Rugers and I just can't seem to stop buying them. I've tried other brands, and they're ok I guess :D I currently have seven of them, from revolvers to semi-autos, and of course a 10/22. My current favorite is a snubby SP101.
 

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Greetings from torrid Sun Vall... oops, that's Tommy's line. I mean Greetings from the Green Mountains.

I favor Rugers too, but there are some niches where they are missing nowadays. Is why I have a Hi-Point carbine.
 

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Greetings from torrid Sun Vall... oops, that's Tommy's line .


"greetings from the land of the sizzling sun"





Anyway, just ignore VT and I for now........glad to have you here. We talk about guns, politics, floods, music, snakes, knives, and everything in between! Lots of good people on the forum who love our guns and more importantly, our country.
Don't by shy, jump right in and add your 2¢.



Welcome to Ruger Talk!
 

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Greetings from torrid Sun Vall... oops, that's Tommy's line. I mean Greetings from the Green Mountains.

I favor Rugers too, but there are some niches where they are missing nowadays. Is why I have a Hi-Point carbine.
Well, you could trade the monkey gun for about 1/3 of a PC9. :cool:
 

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Well, you could trade the monkey gun for about 1/3 of a PC9. :cool:
First have find - a PC40 in NRA VG to excellent condition with the ghost ring sight. For a shooter's price. Would keep the H-P anyway; it's a good gun.

I'd like to handle that lever action too.
 

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Hello and Welcome from across the gulf.
SP101, :D Makes for an excellent favorite. They're good solid little guns.
Glad to have you here at R/T.
 
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