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Let's see em...
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My only Ruger...


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The LCP is one pistol that I love to CARRY, but absolutely HATE to SHOOT. I thought I would need a hand transplant before I got through enough rounds to feel like I had it properly broken in. All that said, it is flawless in function. Couldn't hit the broad side of a barn from the inside but it is reliable and serves its purpose as a pocket pistol.

My wife has commandeered it recently. I took her Bersa CC out for some range time and gave her the LCP to carry for the day. BIG MISTAKE! Now she won't give it back cause she loves that she can't feel any extra weight in her purse. I personally think I could put a bowling ball in there and she would't notice... :lol:
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PostPosted: Mon May 09, 2011 11:15 pm
My one and only Ruger...sold two Rugers ( P85DC and a Security Six...both bought used for $200 apiece ) to purchase this one...I think it was a good deal back in 2004...and since it's an original Vaquero (1993-2005), it has the larger, stronger frame. It handles the hottest magnum loads with ease and is a real sweetheart with wadcutters.

RUGER BISLEY VAQUERO ( .357 Magnum ) 5.5" barrel in bright stainless steel

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Nice hogleg!
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 21, 2011 11:59 am
Ruger produces both single-action and double-action revolvers, and is the fourth largest firearms manufacturer in the United States. So, somebody has to be buying all these firearms...let's see your Rugers...
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My Pop's New Model Single Six, .22lr...

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 22, 2011 7:35 pm
Sweet can popper !!
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Roger that, thank you Sir.
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Let's see em...

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LAZY EYED SNIPER wrote:My only Ruger...


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The LCP is one pistol that I love to CARRY, but absolutely HATE to SHOOT. I thought I would need a hand transplant before I got through enough rounds to feel like I had it properly broken in. All that said, it is flawless in function. Couldn't hit the broad side of a barn from the inside but it is reliable and serves its purpose as a pocket pistol.

My wife has commandeered it recently. I took her Bersa CC out for some range time and gave her the LCP to carry for the day. BIG MISTAKE! Now she won't give it back cause she loves that she can't feel any extra weight in her purse. I personally think I could put a bowling ball in there and she would't notice... :lol:


you never have enough guns :D
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