S&W Model 37 Airweight.
I got this, too.
$30/rifle shipping, but that's still cheap.
Thanks to everyone for their inspiring stories. They do help.
Still hanging around.
Poor guy probably gets lonely.
Thanks. Good story about your grandfather. More power to your friend!
Thanks. Very helpful.
I was (relatively) lucky that I didn't lose any cognitive skills. I've regained some mobility, and I can walk short...
Has anyone ever had a major stroke and been able hunt again?
I'm improving after mine, but it seems like such a tough, long road to recovery.
I'm left-handed, and not aware of any Crimson Trace grips for us southpaws, so it's kind of a moot point for me.
Smith. Close to what I actually do have, a 4" Model 65.
I love "department store" guns.
I have an SS Kresge (Boito) o/u 20 gauge, just for fun.
And a Westernfield version of a Mossberg 500, C-lect...
Somewhere I've got a cheap FIE in .25 ACP.
A lot of fun to shoot, accurate and reliable. Best $40 I ever spent on a gun. And that was brand new.
I have an Elite 3200 3-9x40 that is great.
But I'd be leery of the cheaper Bushnells.
I have a near-mint 80's-era Model 66. Lovely weapon.
A quickie DuckDuckGo search turned up this:
A popular retail store that used to sell rifles and shotguns until 1983. These firearms...
Nothing spectacular, but a lot of fun to shoot.
Rossi 851, 3", stainless.
That was my first shotgun in 20 gauge. Never regretted it. Hunted dove, mostly.
I photographed a roadrunner at Palo Duro Canyon, Texas. It wasn't until I took a closer look that I saw it had caught lunch. Cropped the pic down...
Around here, feral cats don't last long. Traffic, other cats -- and bobcats.
Bobcats are pretty fearless. This one walked out right in front...
Back again tonight. Poor guy needs some friends.
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