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Thread: Non duty guns or fun guns.
07-20-09, 09:20 AM #121Master OfficerVerified LEO
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07-20-09, 01:05 PM #122
I gotta say, that gun will clear a room in no time flat. I burned up about 200 rounds (my turns) and I would carry it anywhere. Wish I could have aquired one!!!
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07-28-09, 08:54 AM #123
I'll post my S&W Performance Center 952-2. It's definitely not a duty gun and it's my most expensive handgun. Is it my favorite, probably not. I bought it due to the hype of this model being so accurate and well built. I can tell you it is built to very tight tolerances, she's solid. The accuracy is always up for discussion.As today's police officers you are not unlike your counterparts of years past. You are an elite group of select members, a brotherhood of highly trained professionals, who are called upon to protect your community in a time of need. Guardians for safety. Being a police officer is not for the faint of heart. You must be honest, trustworthy and fearless in the face of evil. You are being watched everyday. Represent yourself, your department and the shield, for it should always be the embodiment of all that is good and justly. You are the thin blue line. Be proud, be tough and be safe.
07-28-09, 01:17 PM #124
I got to see one of those at a PPC match. Seemed like a decent match gun.I'm your huckleberry...
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