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What Pistol do you want!?

Discussion in 'New Version Suggestions' started by BlueSniper, Jun 21, 2001.

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Well!?

  1. H&K Mark 23 US SOCCOM

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    86.8%
  2. Walther P99 carry

    10 vote(s)
    13.2%
  1. Uziyahu

    Uziyahu New Member

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    Bond

    What? You'd better check "The Q Manual".

    The PPK is a wimpy little jam-prone but very concealable pistol that Bond used "back in the day".

    The Walther P99 is the new pistol he is using in the movies.

    Different chamberings, I believe.

    --Uziyahu_IDF
     
  2. jaunty

    jaunty If you disagree with me, you're wrong.

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    BAH!

    You just aren't manly enough! *flexes pecks in a show of testicular fortitude*

    whats that in Kg, about 4kg? 5kg?

    Maybe a little excessive, but I can't see it being a problem.

    Not jam prone, just p<u></u>iss weak. It only comes chambered for really really poor man stopping rounds.
     
  3. Iceman

    Iceman Who Dares Wins

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    yeah, He should get a Glock 22 ;)

    Iceman.
     
  4. McMuffin

    McMuffin The sh¡ttiest Infiltrator

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    Night of the Living Thread!!!

    b r a a a i n z . . . . *shambles off into night mists*
     
  5. Kuroshio Apocal

    Kuroshio Apocal Sucka Free

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    .40 S&W or 9mm?

    Which do you think is better?
     
  6. Zundfolge

    Zundfolge New Member

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    I would prefer .40 to 9mm.

    In a way, .40S&W is the best of both worlds (those two worlds being 9mm and .45acp)

    More compact the the .45, with more punch then the 9mm, while the recoil is not much more then the 9mm.

    In the US at least .40 is taking the gun world by storm. Especialy for police and self defense weapons.

    I myself would consider the .40 over the .45 if I found a good deal on one.
     
  7. Gholam

    Gholam Sergeant (Reserve), IDF

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    I believe the old russian 7.62x25mm round (based on even older german 7.92x25mm round for the Mauser pistol - VERY popular in Russia/USSR during early 20th century) is pretty good at penetrating armor, nearly so as the 5.7x28mm, and the 7.62mm caliber gives it the wounding potential as well. Lots of old russian TT's and newer chinese ones on the market too, though magazine capacity of 8 rounds, hard trigger pulls and heavy recoil don't make it the easiest to use handgun out there.
     
  8. Kuroshio Apocal

    Kuroshio Apocal Sucka Free

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    What is the recoil like on those rounds?
     
  9. Gholam

    Gholam Sergeant (Reserve), IDF

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    Never fired a TT myself, but from what I heard, recoil was quite uncomfortable.
     
  10. yurch

    yurch Swinging the clue-by-four

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    Thats what we hear about the DE as well.
    Im liking that TT pistol...
     
  11. Gholam

    Gholam Sergeant (Reserve), IDF

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  12. ecale3

    ecale3 Sniper - May be harmful to your health.

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    What about a machine pistol? Something small with a high rate of fire.
     
  13. Gholam

    Gholam Sergeant (Reserve), IDF

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    ecale3 Sniper - May be harmful to your health.

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    niiiiiiiiiiiiiice. I like them. The micro uzi has plenty of attachments too.
     
  15. Kuroshio Apocal

    Kuroshio Apocal Sucka Free

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    Too bad that muzzle-flip destroys any semblance of accuracy after about 3 rounds.
     
  16. The_Fur

    The_Fur Back in black

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    no it doesn't it's a mere 9mm and recoil is quite manageable. I suggest you go take a look at the movies on www.gulfcoastarmory.com Shows some guy going full auto with a mp5 and hitting multiple targets with every single bullet for instance.
     
  17. Kuroshio Apocal

    Kuroshio Apocal Sucka Free

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    I was referring to the Para Uzi and TMP.
     
  18. The_Fur

    The_Fur Back in black

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    TMP should have adequate accuracy out to 25 meter which is plenty for a PDW. It is fired by holding it with both arms stretched using the carrying strap to hold it steady.

    Para uzi i don't klnow, what is it? Something allong the lines of the mini-uzi or more like the micro uzi?
     
  19. Gholam

    Gholam Sergeant (Reserve), IDF

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    Para Micro Uzi is basically a Micro Uzi with Picattiny arms rail that allows it to take attachments. It comes standart with a Meprolight M21 reflex sight, Meprolight Infrared LAM, and a suppressor. It can also use Glock 17 magazines, as well as the standart Uzi 32-round magazines.
     
  20. The_Fur

    The_Fur Back in black

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    Ah, well the micro uzi is only meant for extreme close ranges anyway say up to a max of 30m so unless it uses .50ae rounds (which i doesn't) I doubt recoil would be much of a problem.
     

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