Walther PP in 7.65. A pleasure to shoot.
I tried to pocket carry a MK40 and it was a no-go. Not too big, just too heavy.
Wow! Good job! Given the overall good condition of the revolver, I can understand why the scratches bothered you. Thanks for sharing your process.
Have the same revolver from my father. His father bought it in 1937 and my Dad, and then his younger brother, put a crap ton of.22LR through it....
None at the moment, but I had a Broomhandle Bolo that I knew every millimeter of. Oddly, considering it’s one of the oldest semi-autos, it’s also...
Ruger Redhawk, though the Ruger old Vaquero with the 7.5” barrel may be larger overall.
Meh, it’s still just capitalism. Trolling for suckers is also part of that economic system. It’s not exactly equivalent to sending folks to the gulag.
Have the LCP and the RM380. It's the Remington that gets carried these day, both for the restrike capability and long trigger pull, which is...
NAA Mini or a Davis D-22M. Don't own the Davis anymore so I'm not sure which is smaller.
I had one, figuring it would be an inexpensive way to scratch my long-held, but never satisfied, Beretta 84/85 itch. There was nothing wrong with...
RM380. LC9 when I go up to the Pugetopolis.
Well, the three I do own-
Ruger 10/22. Great all-around utility rimfire.
CZ452. The rimfire that feels like a centerfire. Lovely rifle.
CCR does lovely, if slow, work. Their House Black is about as close as a coating can get to a black bluing.
God help me, a Jennings J22 thirty years ago. I quickly made better choices. It was weird at first to be carrying. Now it's weird not to be carrying.
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