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    I recommend that you buy them one at a time, learn to shoot and become proficient with them one at a time and then buy the next one.

    Start with the AR and work your way up from there.

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    Do you have a bidget for ammo or reloading gear and supplies? .308 and .45 can get pretty expensive.
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    Also buying used is not a bad option. I look for guns with a lifetime warranty mostly. These i just got. They were 700.00 Out the door. Im lucky to have a wonderful dealer too. With very fair prices. He threw in a black hawk holster too for the revolver. The revolver is a RIA 38. The 1911 is the ATI. And the bottom gun is a Tri-star 9mm. Made by Cannuk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CDR_Glock View Post
    If it’s a question of 45 ACP vs 9 mm, I like both. I reload both. 9 mm is much cheaper.

    I’m not familiar with the ATI FX45. The Taurus would be very fun.


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    I guess it would be better to side with the ATI FX45 in terms of ammo type, since I'll be getting an EAA Witness chambered in 9mm.
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    Stick around we will have your reloading soon. And...................................
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitasc Shooter View Post
    Do you have a bidget for ammo or reloading gear and supplies? .308 and .45 can get pretty expensive.
    As for reloading ammo, I don't think I would get into that type of business until later in the future (reloading ammo kits will put a pretty dent in my budget). For ammo, accessories and cleaning kits, I already accounted for that.
    I found some (brass) .308 ammo for $13 per box on Lucky Gunner. They also sell .45 and other ammo rather cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coalcracker View Post
    Stick around we will have your reloading soon. And...................................
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    Thank you! Plus, those guns look very good. Is the Tri-Star a CZ-75 based pistol? Looks cool.

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    You will find plenty of brass on the range. Only brass i have to buy is 10mm. But yes reloading can be down the road. I just got into this year. And i owned guns for 40 years lol.
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    Yes its a cz clone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wardemigod View Post
    As for reloading ammo, I don't think I would get into that type of business until later in the future (reloading ammo kits will put a pretty dent in my budget). For ammo, accessories and cleaning kits, I already accounted for that.
    I found some (brass) .308 ammo for $13 per box on Lucky Gunner. They also sell .45 and other ammo rather cheap.
    I do a little bit of reloading. It is relaxing.




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