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Old 07-05-2009, 02:11 PM   #1
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Sweet !!
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Ain't nothing like having a coupla trusted friends... especially like those two!



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Great looking pair !!!
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Hard to find a good friend, and you found two!



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I'd have to say BEST friends! Beautiful pair!
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Ah, er, what photo's???



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Wes- That happened to me the first time I read this post. I used the back arrow and went back in the second time and the pics were there. This is a Josh question.
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Do you ever carry two HPs at the same time? I never have, but I once shot a pair of my near-identical Hi-Powers simultaneously. I dare say, there aren't many handguns that make doing that so...fun. Considering the firepower, I was surprised by the ease & precision in which I was able to keep both running fast and on target.
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That's a "twoguns" question my friend. I imagine he can give us the upside AND downside of carrying two or more pistols at the same time!



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