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    Default Tupperware or Steel?

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    This could be a can of worms that not even the seal of Tupperware can keep closed.

    The greatest regard for synthetics I have, but does it beat that cold solid heavy feel of steal,,, is it real? I have shot both in all shapes and calibers, and yet on the day I may shoot better with one and worst with the other.At the moment I must admit I prefer the steel, preferably Colt. Is it the weight that absorbs some of the recoil or is it the composite of the other, or better still is it the man behind the sites.A lot can be said about the add-ons and trigger jobs on the steel, there are limitations on Glocks.I was told once by one of the top shooters that once you have felt Glock perfection you do not need to add anything.( Sorry new generation is out).··· For myself I would carry the glock for self defense, but somehow the appeal of tradition of the Colt for sport is preferred.· What is your preference and why?What is the correct or best Pin Gun ( pistol)?

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    Default Re: Tupperware or Steel?

    Frank, Craig you guys really have to place the search button more prominently!!!!!!! apprently its not perfect yet!
    I am studying an awesome brand of leg fighting which was inspired by dung beetles and I think my brand of Kraft Manure is superior to all other styles ever invented. Furthermore I challenge all other manurists to a rolling contest where we shall establish whose manure ball is the biggest! I shall call it Honest Kraft Manure and declare it superior to all other brands of manure and will tell you that I have claimed the lineage directly to Imshi the great Dragon Kru Master Beetler who invented manuring, by gathering all manure from different animals together and making it work as the worlds most effective fertilizer. I proved myself by being members of not one but three super elite special gardening departments who were responsible for spreading manure to combat weed infestations!

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    Default Re: Tupperware or Steel?

    Zonk - Nicely written post dude!

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    Default Re: Tupperware or Steel?

    IMO the following are a "must have".

    608 Taurus for Pin revolver (early in the mornings when the pins aren't too heavy)
    44 S&W Mod 29 for Stock Revolver (and pin revolver if shooting at heavy pins)
    40 S&W for 9 pin, Pin Gun & Stock gun

    AND THEN THE ELECTIVES .................................................. ................................................!! !

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    Default Re: Tupperware or Steel?

    Quote Originally Posted by abhm View Post
    Frank, Craig you guys really have to place the search button more prominently!!!!!!! apprently its not perfect yet!
    Maybe a bright pulsing red button surrounded by flashing lights, perhaps with a pop-up flag when you mouse over it?

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