Well since everyones out on this topic, ill like to add what iv gauged so far. The winchester defender is the most durable and reliable shotgun especially the 1300 model which is out of production and also through personal experience the resale on these is pretty decent. I personally own a winchester defender 1300 lineup it was purchased in 1983 it has been through its fair use of cartridges possibly more then 2000 easily and requires oiling once a year and cleanup after every use and that is all. I didnt know I owned such a potent weapon it was only when i checked up the booklet on the winchester box and found the model and read reviews for this thing it is absolutely fast, with a 4 gauge left wid a loose grip u can actually reload the thing wid its recoil. You can go out in the market ask around and read reviews I dont know about new shotguns but when it comes to older ones winchesters are absolutely reliable and they have enough sound to terrorize someone in walled space, consider the fact last usage was on 14th august 25 cartridges my left year is as of now damaged iv a slight whistle still there ( bad in a good way )
The most reliable pistols that can be had in the lower ranges instead of the taurus are the CZ pistols, specifically the sub-compact cz83 which has attested reliability because it was the czech army standard issue side arm, CZ makes some of the best pistols out there in terms of reliability and value for money. The CZ100 is another glock type of handgun that is quite potent and comes at a very decent price as compared to the glocks.
The taurus's atleast the 92's are good looking but mess up a lot with chinese ammunition!
Another tip that id like to forward is the S&W pistols on sale beware of them because these days fakes are being sold as real ones and they have bad triggers a friend got shot and another got live round fired in his room I am not sure about the models but if its around 20-40k know that its the fake one.
.22 rifles are usually very kickass and fun for target shooting but the license for that size is not being made its prohibited I believe.
We have 7 firearms all licensed they are as follows:
Double barrel Astra spanish from the 1950's
7mm bolt action Churchill from the 1950's purchase for crocodile hunting
CZ83 7,65 mm Browning
Winchester defender wood finish full stock circa 1983
Jager with folding stock 7.65mm AP-75 Adler italy (company has closed down)
Jager AP-74 Semi auto .22 M16 ar 15 lookalike this and the abovementioned gun was purchased in early 1990's
Peshawar made sawed off double barrel:p
1 ak47 license with no gun on it and lots of back date penalties and i have no idea what to do with it
A word of advice do not invest in glocks as they are way overpriced here, license in khi can be had for 20k now from arms and ammunition shops. Also never purchase pakistani arms, I have seen not a single pakistani semi automatic or automatic weapon that has not had a bullet stuck in it and I have considerable amounts of detached ammo lying with me which is left unfired, that very ammo will show to you the proof of what pakistani made arms are capable of, massive damage to the bullets while loading, the chamber force is so #$%^&# up iv got bullets #$%^&# from the front dented on the sides literally cracked with the front inside the shells!
Czech bullets are the best for the money if you dont have those red painted ones those are hollow points stay clear of hollow points they will get stuck in the barrel if you've had them stored for around a year! hollow points have a short shelf life.
American ones are the best but then do you have the money?
I find revolvers very impressive because their is one fact about revolvers that pistols cannot replicate...revolvers are usually more on target then their handgun counterparts in the sense they'll give u more of a bulls eye in the same hand compared to a handgun, if your really good with the targeting and have the money to afford the ammo go with a revolver anything above the .357 ( those bullets are known for careening off surfaces). In a firefight though the more magazine capacity you have the better.
If i had the skill of harry callahan i wudnt mind the .44 magnum love that bych! but the fact is im not so id prefer my cz83 15 shooter!
oh btw if anyone wants i am selling 22 blank .38 cartridges yes BLANKS the ones used in movies they will fire like the real thing for use in a revolver though i blv, point it at someone and shoot it right besides their ear make them piss in their pants without danger of blowing their head off
In karachi nowadays if you ever want a weapon its that daad guy on zamzama whoz got anything and everything and if he aint got it he orders em iv seen ppl spend 10 lac in an instance over there wish i had that sorta money