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Discussion in 'Rifle & Shotgun Discussion' started by POPIG, Feb 11, 2019.
Is 2 kak better than 1 kak?
What's wrong with a good ol pistol, pistol?
My opinion is; You should buy what you want -- There seems to be less expensive options -- but is it what YOU want! -- If you really want it and really can afford it. You should go and buy it -- I have had quite a few (more than I like to admit to) What was I thinking moments !!!!
For now; time is on your side -- Don't think that Saint is going anywhere -- You can always do what I do, buy it after the price increases -- It makes you remember those moments even more !!!
I rarely leave a firearm in a vehicle. My ideal situation for that would be a quick access lock box bolted to the vehicle for a pistol and a if I were carrying a long gun, a locking bolted quick access rack like used in a police car.
Something like this.
I ended up getting two cheaper ones 5.56 and 7.62 x 39
I always have a pistol with me but I was looking to place something more with more bite always look back at the truck driver from LA riots. I'm now in my sixties and fighting someone off would be harder than before.
Pics Or it didn’t happen!!
Will get pics together, bought PSA 10.5 flash sale $449 with shipping
Bought Radical Arms 10.5 $500 local guy so got two for under cost of Saint. Thanks to those who said two cheaper I want these for use by any member of family grandson mostly, little loud but that's what they make hearing protection for, working towards two cans if I can still set up trust.
For your FYI, most of those handcuff-style long gun locks used in patrol cars are really easy to open without a key. Something to keep in mind.
You can build a quality AR pistol for well under 1000, especially in the current market.
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