I know about the gun - it's an '81 production 2.5" barrel, round butt 19-4 - but I have no information about the holster.
I'm not really a...
IIRC, that and the other commonplace rules of gun safety were really only popularized among firearms users in the 1970s - 80s by the folks at...
Just found this elsewhere on the internet, I thought you all would appreciate it.
The above and its more classical ilk that Sig is now offering. What's your experience with them if any?
Clint Eastwood can't be wrong!
But seriously though, its a tried and proven personal and home defender. If you have to deal with...
ahem, see my sig line
What about this?
Once again its time for CmdrSlander's July 4th Firearms thread. In this thread we post pictures of our firearms that are entirely designed and...
Winner, service class: F-111 John
Winner, target class: MrBorland
The contest is closed.
I've been told these are jam-o-matics.
What do you fly, Floatpilot? (a float plane obviously, but what make/model/year)?
I'm getting my primary instruction in a 172, and I want to buy...
So, many of us are probably familiar with the Wild West Guns "Alaskan Copilot" - a .45-70, takedown Marlin lever action intended for bush pilots....
There was a time not so long ago when this cost $10,000 on the surplus auction block:
Now $10,000 won't even buy a new plexiglass canopy for it.
Chew on that, Bloomberg.
The adjusted/fixed dichotomy herein is drawn from standard handgun terminology; dovetailed sights lacking windage and elevation adjustment points...
Yah, General Handgun Discussion is kind of dead so I put it in the busiest of the two handgun subforums.
The Russian bear cavalry laughs at your puny ITAR! Laughs and spits upon it!
............but seriously if they can afford that gear...
Its not the kind of thing one patents, as it would be easy to work around and achieve the same effect. Better to compete on quality and being...
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