“I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous 2 our liberties than standing armies. If the American ppl ever allow private banks 2 control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks & corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the ppl of all property till their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should b taken from the banks & restored 2 the ppl, 2 whom it prprly belongs." - T. Jefferson
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Sunday, January 10, 2010
Back up pistols.
I am a huge fan of Ruger auto pistols. I have or have had p89,p85,p90 and yes their 10-22 is the best .22 rifle made bar none.Ok with that being said they are heavy,now before a bunch of you start screaming Grocks.Well at a party a month ago I emptied my sons compact glock and my current p-89,guess what the plastic gun was not any lighter than ruger,keeping in mind this was not using scales or even manufactors weight info,just some redneck removing both mags,ejecting chambered rounds,and hefting each.After all the talk about polymer guns being light,well it felt the same.So much for glock,yes I know they are very durable,fine guns.I was searchin for a true light weight,glock aint it.I have been all the blogosphere touting the keltec pf9.This is what I decided on as back up,concealed carry piece.If I new I was going to a gun fight ruger with its fifteen round mags,and controlabilty would go with me.However little keltec is very light can stick it in pocket an forget about.I personaly dont like .25,.32, or .380,at least for defensive or offensive purposes.So I can carry a gun size of .380 but still have 9mm power.One down side is you had better practise with this gun,its so light you might think you touched off .357 mag its a handfull.
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