Life's too short to wear an ugly, ill fitting holster.
"chat forum" lol
I have two of the three. They have the bronze cerakote at Academy, but the pistola budget is maxed right now. I like 'em.
I like my Canik TriStar S-120. All steel, lots of heft, little flip, little $!
As a thoroughgoing Fudd, I stick with thick, stiff leather.
I have no concept of the meaning of that phrase. lol
Control your bodily functions until you get home. Poor potty planning precedes pistol problems. PPPPPP
I have a nice Galco Combat Master for my 4" 629. It really hugs it up close.
Five rounds of .44 Special.
Burn up some fire ants.
Here's load data from Lyman's 44th, 1967, for 240-250 hard cast .44 Special. We can see EK's loads were canon for a long while. Informational...
I think you're right. Muzzle discipline over all. A finger in the trigger guard, especially on a single action or even a double action revolver...
Ruger Single Six
Field strip it. Or take it further. That should do it.
That's great! And happy belated :)
Hard to argue with that.
I don't see how it could be shipped in that safe. Who knows if it's loaded or not? It sounds like a return trip to me. Let us know what...
I have a silver one and a black one. Next month after funds are replenished I'll grab a bronze one. They are handy little guns!
Kinda like blowing up a terrorist with a drone!
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