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Only two of these are semi-auto:

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Gen 4 Glock 17, Gen 3 Glock 17, a derringer style .22LR that appears to me to be rimfire based on the way the hammer hits, and one of those funky FMJ Mod DD .45/410 that I will never shoot. These and my S&W revolvers complete the handguns as of today. I'll post up all the shotguns and carbines/rifles in the proper area.
 

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I've got 'em too, but I haven't spent much time with them for almost a year...been on a S&W revolver kick lately and really enjoying it. I really don't miss chasing down my brass, especially from that 10mm semi-auto.
 

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Don't laugh. This is my Taurus PT1911 that I bought in 2008. It's probably got close to 10,000 rounds through it and it's a keeper. I'd like to get rid of the ambi-safety it came with, it tends to rub against a leather holster and come un-saftied, but I can do that anytime I choose to. It's rugged, and it's proven. It's also my main house gun at the moment, with plenty of spare mags available.
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Don't laugh. This is my Taurus PT1911 that I bought in 2008. It's probably got close to 10,000 rounds through it and it's a keeper. I'd like to get rid of the ambi-safety it came with, it tends to rub against a leather holster and come un-saftied, but I can do that anytime I choose to. It's rugged, and it's proven. It's also my main house gun at the moment, with plenty of spare mags available.
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If it works for you that is what matters. The only Taurus here is a .45 Colt snub nose and it works great so no complaints with the one we have.
 
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