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Old 03-22-2013, 11:31 AM
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Did that when I got divorced. The judge says 50% of the guns are hers.

Great having a Colt 38 Super with Bo-Mar sights shooting 1/2 inch at 50 yards but got bills to pay. T/C Contenders in 14 calibers because I loved handloading and working wildcat calibers. Great having five different deer rifles, short, mid and long range, etc, etc.
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That is kind of like a golfer consolidating to one club isnt it?
Hard to drive and putt with same club.
Need to use the right tool for the job at hand so you need more than one tool in the tool box.
Have played golf with one club. Pretty fun.

otoh, whenever I shoot someone I do ask their body fat, bac, and adreneline count before I strap on.
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Old 03-22-2013, 11:34 AM
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Consolidate? I'm thinking about picking up 40SW and 380ACP. I always see them on the shelves at walmart.
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We just had a thread on this subject. I thought it was a bad idea then and I haven't changed my mind. If I can't find 9mm then I can find 40 or 45 which improves my chance of going shooting, and on the rifle front if I can't find 308 I can find 30-06 or 300WM. Having more calibers also gives me the option of owning more types of guns and I happen to like lots of different guns.

What does make sense is to pick one or two rifle and pistol calibers to reload. You aren't shooting all of them so much that you can't reload the one you use the most and buy the rest. Of course changing calibers on a good progressive reloading press isn't a lot of work.
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I only own 9mm hand guns. I slowly sold everything else off. It got too expensive to buy for multiple calibers.

For rifles I went with 308.
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I did, went to .45acp for pistols, .357 for revolvers, and .30 cal for rifles(granted for the rifles that covers a lot, from .300blk up to .30-06), only exceptions are for an antique Colt 1903, and my .22s
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Was going to get a .40S&W and .45ACP... thought about a .38SPL revolver or AR-15 or .308 rifle as well.

Think I'm going to stick with 9mm, .22LR, and 12ga. in the interim.
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I've owned both a CZ 75 SA and Springfield Loaded in 9mm.. and I think I actually liked the CZ better overall. They were both super soft shooting 9mms with great triggers.. but I dunno what it is about a 9mm 1911 that makes it feel like a lot of wasted space/material for a 9mm. The good thing was, since most of us are limited to 10 rounds anyways, the 9mm 1911 perfectly housed 10 rounds if you got mags with that slight extension.

As far as the Glock choice.. I've been thinking of trading my 17 for a 19. Would like an all-arounder more. Since I already had that in my mind, I figured I might as well go with a G30.
I would like a CZ 75 SA, may have to get one at some point. Great gun, I think better than a SP01.

I have a 19, and would not mind a 17. I am very happy with how accurate I am with the 19 though. I have not shot a 30 yet, but looks like a pretty nice gun. I also like the idea of the 30S.
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Since I bought my guns for home and personal defense only, I had to consider cost, availability, shootability (if that word ever existed) and effectiveness, and the best result of those attributes combined was the 9mm for me. I actually sold my 45 ACP, .380 ACP and .22 and trading my 45 stock ammo for 9mm this same weekend. No regrets.
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Since I bought my guns for home and personal defense only, I had to consider cost, availability, shootability (if that word ever existed) and effectiveness, and the best result of those attributes combined was the 9mm for me. I actually sold my 45 ACP, .380 ACP and .22 and trading my 45 stock ammo for 9mm this same weekend. No regrets.
I can see your point Wally..but don't you think a couple of .22s should be in everyones gun collection.? Just for the shear fun in plinking and entertainment?

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I would like a CZ 75 SA, may have to get one at some point. Great gun, I think better than a SP01.

I have a 19, and would not mind a 17. I am very happy with how accurate I am with the 19 though. I have not shot a 30 yet, but looks like a pretty nice gun. I also like the idea of the 30S.
Ha, concur... SP-01 has been made popular by it's use in video games, and paying $200-$300 more for a "rail" is ludicrous. +1 for the SA.
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I did consolidate also to one caliber now which is 45 acp. I had 9 and 40 before.
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Hell no, I'm hoping to pick up a 9mm this weekend to go with my .357 and .45. More guns, more fun. Sure its expensive at this point but that will change eventually. Its a hobby and sometimes hobbies cost money. I told my wife she should just be glad I didn't get into flying airplanes or boating instead. At least now when I splurge on something there is still just 4 digits in the price tag. In fact I should probably leave some search queries for Cessnas in her search history just to freak her out some more.
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Old 03-22-2013, 12:51 PM
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Was: 9mm, .357 SIG, .40 S&W, .380 ACP, .45 ACP, .22 LR...

...decided to stick with the classics...

NOW: 9mm, .45 ACP, .380 ACP, .22 LR (proven calibers for more than 100 years!)
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Old 03-22-2013, 12:59 PM
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Consolidate?

In my opinion, worst idea ever. Why would you want to limit the ammo capabilities you can fire? What happens when there is a 9mm shortage???

Diversity FTW.
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Downsize to one caliber? Hell I did that when I got married.... I'll never make that mistake again.
+1 on that! Thanks beerman! That made my day!
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Old 03-22-2013, 1:04 PM
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If you are going to reload, then .45acp otherwise 9mm. I am thinking about consolidating my caliber, too. A couple of boxes of each caliber took up a good portion of my closet. I'm leaning toward stock piling thousands of rounds of 1 or 2 calibers, rather than couple of hundreds of 7 calibers.
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I'm torn on this issue. on one hand, I've had my 9 and 45 for forever. tons and tons of brass, plus been able to load up on reloading supplies. and since I got plenty of, um, "accessories", for the 9 many years ago, and 45 "accessories" remain legal, I am set there. I've thought about buying a 40 but I don't want only two 10rd mags with having to spend $$$ for any extra.

both 9 and 45 are very standardized and relatively plentiful. so at the least I'm not going to be stuck odd man out caliber wise.

there's reassurance in being set with those two which cover pretty most my needs. my dad has my 686 6", and I've thought about getting a 4", as I've tons of brass, etc., etc., and there's no mag issues either. and nothing works as well purpose driven as a 357. and the likelihood of any political issues with wheelguns coming in the near future are lower.

however, I do see the need to diversify. I think it all depends on what you have for what you have. but I'd prefer being heavily invested in 2, being super well stocked in those 2. I know lots of us around here are thinking the craziness is slowing but don't get your hopes up. it will subside, but we're a long ways from twhat most of us are used to. in fact, it'll never return to those days again. for many reasons. and for that, I don't see right now as the opportune time to branch out. way I see it, I missed the bus on the new, so be it. hell, I never got into the EBR's. but I'm still good with something close enough

if you're well covered as far as absolute necessities, then focus on greater depth rather than breadth. consolidating is a good thing. although I wouldn't necessarily sell anything.
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I would like a CZ 75 SA, may have to get one at some point. Great gun, I think better than a SP01.

I have a 19, and would not mind a 17. I am very happy with how accurate I am with the 19 though. I have not shot a 30 yet, but looks like a pretty nice gun. I also like the idea of the 30S.
You should definitely get one. I too prefer it over the SP-01. I kind of regret selling it, but the main reason why I did was cause I didn't like how obtrusive the controls were. I probably could have found a way to get a smaller safety. It would dig into the palms of my support hand. Fit my girlfriend perfectly though and she shot it much better than I did.

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Consolidate?

In my opinion, worst idea ever. Why would you want to limit the ammo capabilities you can fire? What happens when there is a 9mm shortage???

Diversity FTW.
I don't think a lot of people have actually read in what context I was putting this question in. I'm coming from the standpoint of someone who is slowly reloading. I have a very humble setup due to space constraints and I'm considering the fact that it'd be easier to stockpile components for 1 caliber rather than dividing amongst a few. All the types of guns I want is readily available in 45ACP, which is why I chose the caliber. I personally have no real discrimination in any caliber since I've shot/owned all the common ones. When I only bought ammo, I had more calibers.
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No single caliber would ever satisfy me in regard to handguns. I like some pistols that aren't available in .45acp (Lugers, BHP, P7m8's) and I like revolvers in .38/.357 and .44spl/44mag along with .45acp. And naturally .22lr handguns also.

I just don't get how having ammunition for each is any big deal. If you only want to reload for one thats fine; just don't shoot the others as much. It doesn't mean the others don't have a place in your collection though imho.
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I consolidated down to 9mm and .45 ACP by selling off my .40's.
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I reload so its not really a issue for me. 9, .45, .38, .357, and .223. 2 Dillon 550's and I bought all my components years ago. I'm set for a while but I don't like where the prices of components are heading.
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When your wife says why do you need more than one 9mm handgun?
You can't tell the wife, but this one is a .40/.45/.380

I also tend to stockpile more total rounds with with different calibers, than with just one.

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Consolidate?

In my opinion, worst idea ever. Why would you want to limit the ammo capabilities you can fire? What happens when there is a 9mm shortage???

Diversity FTW.
+1 on that. These current ammo shortages have made me see the light that I had better have multiple calibers so that I can hopefully always find something to shoot when the well runs dry.
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Trying to.. just to much fun with other calibers. Soon I will though!!
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Just the opposite. Added calibers to make it easier to find 'something' most of the time.
Ditto. I would chase my 9mm brass at the range and ended up with a lot of .40, so I picked up a Glock 23 and 35 to make use of the brass!

Since I have a good variety of calibers, I can use whatever brass I get my hands on! For instance, I basically ran out of 9mm brass, but have a good amount of .40 and .45, so I'll load those up.
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I'm thinking about consolidating as well, but on a different level. I own and shoot many different calibers, which is the way I like it. I reload for all of them and have enough components for all of those calibers to take me through another 3 or 4 "panics". My problem is that I have too many in several calibers, and a lot of the time they sit in the safe. I like to shoot what I have, but for one reason or another there are some that don't get into the range bag.

I'm thinking about selling and trading some of the excess to fill some voids and pick up even more components to insure that I never run out of ammo. Too many of the same caliber, when you're not a collector, is starting to make little sense to me.
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HELL NO! I want as many different calibers as I can get. You never know what box of ammo you find and will need. Besides, no matter what anyone says 9mm, 40 and 45 are not all equal. They are all actually different tools. Want to have a good laugh, watch some poor sap enter a bowling pin or heavy plate match with a 9mm. Sometimes you need more weight behind it. Same goes for the guy trying to run a speed course with a 45 and 8 rounds in a mag. It always bugged the hell out of me when I could not enter some of the club events because I didn't have the right pistol, rifle or shotgun. I want the right tool for any job.
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I started with a 308.. Went 12g said 9mm and I'm done..

I'm not at 22/5.56/x39/9mm/38/357/308/12g/54r

I'm now in the market for 45/40 another 9mm and 5.45... It just doesn't stop.. My 24 gun safe is 10 guns deep and the rest is ammo and its full already. But I don't regret it one bit.. Kinda haha I enjoy each and every one. My gf/wallet not so much.

I only buy 1k + ammo. Firm believe in buy once cry once.. As you can tell I've been crying a lot lately haha
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I'd love to stick with 45 but some cool guns are just not made in that caliber.
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Yep. Recently issued a g22, so I traded my xdm9 in for a g23. FIL recently bought a g22 as well. So now its all the same caliber and the mags are interchangeable.
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Makes sense to save money. But very true that one caliber can put you in a hard spot if you cant fine ammo. I guess with the extra money reload reload until you have a good supply. I cant fine 9mm locally right now but i have found a couple boxes of 40 so that will feed others.
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7.62x25 Tokarev for pistol..... .38-55 for rifle.

Okay, for real.... .45 auto for pistol and 5.56 / .223 for rifle. Also, .22 LR. While you might be able to find some less common calibers now, what's the likelihood that ammo manufacturers are going to make more of that stuff when it's gone considering the massive shortage of calibers everyone wants? It's cool to have other caliber weapons, but I'd rather be able to stock up a good supply of just a couple calibers rather than spreading my money out over multiple calibers.
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No not really........ BUT im selling ALL my handguns and keeping to 1 style.
M&P series. I can buy the M&P 22 and train ALL day for cheap. Same everything as 9mm and 40cals.
Ill buy M&P 22, 9mm, 40cal and a Pro 5" 9mm.
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They do different things differently. I don't mind having various calibers, so long as they are all readily available (no obscure cartridges in my collection).
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I like to have variety. So it dosent get old.
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