ok big bullet gives me a bigger bleed. that works for me.:):thumbup::D
bring a friend/partner with you whenever you can. besides it is more fun shooting with two then just yourself.
I like the old double barrel stage coach model.:what:
go charter arms. American made and has all types of flavors and colors.:):D:p:cool:
nice pick up for a revolver. It will get the job done for you.:thumbup:
sigh; now I have to go shopping and look for some snub nose revolvers. ITS ALL YOUR FAULT.
sticky holster works well with me. front pocket cargo pants. front pocket jacket etc. they have different sized holsters for all guns.
first rule; have a gun. second rule; know how to use it. third rule; hit what your aiming at.
great gun, I've had one for about a year and fired about 100 rounds thru it. shoots nice but need to polish the sharp edges around it. has a good...
tcp 380 10 oz of pocket carry. recoil is very nice.
sp 101 357 3 inch will do you right.
the oldest I have is a cz 82 9 mak. works well and keeps on ticking. that's 36 years of service.
in the pocket carry for me. either a 380 auto or a 357 revolver.
glock 30 with 10 rd mag and a 13 rd mag for reload.
I keep my ruger 3 inch 357 sp 101 at bedside.
that is a sweet find. I think I will do a little gun search at the local gun shops and see what catches my eye.
ok guys you have me thinking about buying holsters for my wheel guns.
why not. sounds like buying in the reverse order. holster first then the gun. actually any excuse to shop for a gun is good for me.TIME TO GO...
I always liked the 200 grain over the 230 grain bullet. I seem to be able to shoot it better in my 1911.
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