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    If it ain't a 10mm, you might be a scaredy cat soy boi.


    Or not.

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    I'll be the heretic and say I think both are retarded. That said, I voted 10mm -- because, if you're going to be retarded, one may as well go full retard.
    But, as a caveat .. I stick to guns in 9mm, 5.56, and 7.62 -- all NATO, all the time.. because I shoot. A lot.. and I really don't need to be paying a premium to do it, and I don't have the free time to hand-load the amount that I'd shoot. Over the course of 6 months or less, the $$ difference between 9mm and 10mm would equal up to a whole new gun to play with.

    That said.. a Mark 23 may be the gun that makes me add a new caliber. And from there? I'm probably back in the UMP game.

    Damn you guys.

    I really should just give up on all y'all and just go start an FN collection.
    Own: HK91, SP5k, G36k, HK416, P30L, 2x P8, P8A1, USP SD, USP9, USP9 FDE
    Future: SP5? Assuming I can find an honest seller.

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    MP5 Centimeter. Do it

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    i got my Dakota Tactical in 10mm, should be here out of ATF jail in a month.
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