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    And itís been at least a month since Kahr Talk had one of itís famous caliber war threads, usually followed by a capacity war thread.

    muggsy: Let's face it, being shot by a .380 will ruin anyone's day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidR View Post
    And itís been at least a month since Kahr Talk had one of itís famous caliber war threads, usually followed by a capacity war thread.
    On the Corvette forum I follow (I have a 1996 C4) it is brand of engine oil threads that are also monthly. It always starts with a new member asking, "What brand of oil should I use in my Corvette"? Dan EDIT: There are a lot more Corvette owners than Kahr owners. Post a thread and can have 2-3 hundred views in one day. One thread has almost 7000 posts.

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    Lot of if's involved in that one. If I had the money to buy a Corvette, If I actually wanted to buy a Corvette (guess who wouldn't). If I decided to change the oil in the Corvette that I might buy if I had the money to buy a Corvette, what kind of oil would I use. Probably something extremely high end super duper expensive slippery stuff that I couldn't afford since I gotta make the payments on the Corvette that I might buy if I had the money. Sounds like a vicious circle here.
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    Do a quick study on what you can buy a 1996 Corvette for in great shape. They are cheap as heck these days. Dan Edit: easy to find a great 1996 with 30,000 miles for 1/4 of what they sold for in 1996 with tax.

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    C4s are definitely affordable. Letís see some pics.

    Oh and can you test to see if those little HSTs will expand and penetrate after passing through the fiberglass body?

    muggsy: Let's face it, being shot by a .380 will ruin anyone's day.

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    My 96 next to it's own garage. Dan
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    ^^^Beautiful^^^ (used to own a 91 Z07)

    That's right Bawanna, C4's (1984-1996) are at the bottom of their depreciation curve, and C5's (1997-2004) aren't too far behind!

    The great thing about Corvettes is that well maintained/low mile examples are common, as many folks just drive them on Sunday and park them all winter. These folks maintain them well, and typically garage them). You can pick up beautiful used low mile Vettes for 50% off and more.

    I have a couple, a restified 71 Coupe that my younger self built back in the 90's, and a stock 2K FRC that's my economy car/driver (it's either the C5 or the mobile dawg haus, a 3/4 ton Dodge Van which is decidedly not an economy car LOL!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidR View Post
    A couple of well placed rounds of 380 will take care of any problem youíre likely to face. Of course bigger calibers, if well placed, can do more damage but Iíve yet to hear of a 380 naysayer whoís willing to be shot by one, even once.
    At least try to come up with something different. Nobody wants to get shot with a BB gun either..........

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    I should put my P380 on the hood for a pic so moderators don't flag this as off Kahr topic. Dan

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    My dad before passing away was a corvette fanatic. I say fanatic because he would buy the newest model every 18 months or so. But he loved jeeps too so it went kinda like this, buy latest corvette, five to 6 months later sell it and buy a jeep, 4 months later sell the Jeep and buy a corvette. Then repeat the process. He worked weíll into retirement years just to have money to buy and trade cars. That was his hobby I guess. He always got relatively good deals because the general manager of the dealership that sold both brands knew him and that he came in twice a year. Funny part is he was so cheap that he would only shop at Walmart, and he would buy his cars all the time in Georgia where he lived, then register them at my residence in another state to save money on taxes, tags, and insurance. And he would get his drivers license in my state. He paid me $1 for a square inch of property on the back corner of my lot in case any questions were asked.

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