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  1. #11
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    Nice 1911. I bought a Kimber last year that is still stock except for a set of Ahrends Rosewood Double Diamond grips.

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    "target pistol" -are you talking competition or plinking??

    If you want a great shooting everday pistol out of the box, go with a Browning Buckmark Plus. I absolutely love mine.

    A pic of mine-
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    Edgerock Baby!!
    Ruger, no doubt...
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    Look for a old High Standard. You can take the bullsey out of the target by shooting around it

    Put your best foot forward!

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    Originally posted by Risk Taker
    Ruger Bull Barrel target gun i've ever owned.
    Words of wisdom.
    Can shoot all day with $20 and no &^$%&*$%# reloading

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    New Hampshuu !!
    Originally posted by GLH
    Words of wisdom.
    Can shoot all day with $20 and no &^$%&*$%# reloading
    ......and no jamming. And CJC.....nice mother has one. Very reliable, but a little lite for me......

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    I've owned or do own just about all the guns mentioned here. The Buckmark is a nice afordable piece, but the S&W 41 is a Bad Mo Fo. I never expieienced the jaming problem someone mentioned. Its like any other auto, gotta clean it and gotta use good ammo.

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    JON---- I have a HIGH STANDARD Trophy matic 22LR
    WOW what a pistol- Very accurate. Like you said you can take the center out of the target. Lately I have gotten into pellet rifels. I bought a DIANE -- 1100 ft per second.
    Hey even if it ain't broke it's still fun to tinker with it.

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    Why don't you just throw a rock???? Wardey

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    Browning Buckmark 5.5 Target is worth a look. I like the grips on and over all feel better than the Rugers. Best thing to do is go down to your gun shop and just pick them up, find the one that fits you best. You can't really go wrong with any of the brands listed by everyone.
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