I like my Wilson Combat .38 Super. Very accurate, and easier than a .45 on my reconstructed elbow.
As far as I know they're all stabilized with a resin or epoxy. Several people in the Wilson section of the 1911 forum have them.
I've been very happy with my Cooper in .17 HMR.
How did it shoot before?
I've owned Browning and Marlin lever actions in .22, they just didn't suit me, although many, many people like them. They've been around long...
"I don't flinch with a centerfire rifle."
Bet you do, but don't notice it due to recoil.
I'd call that deal a score! I see .30-40 brass for sale all the time. I have a Ruger #1 in .220 Swift, and since a long shot here is 50 yards,...
The .222 is a wonderful round. You could probably sell yours for enough to buy a .223.
Finally, my natural laziness pays off, as I've never polished one of my stainless steel guns.
"Should have shot it prior to changing connectors, and done so with good factory ammo."
Mine was the made in USA Interarms Walther version, and worked great.
Only had two problems; the trigger pull was a little too light, and it...
I don't think Colt would copy the iconic S&W barrel length of 8 & 3/8".
Probably an 8" barrel.
I think they're worth a lot more than $400.00, but I'm no financial wizard.
There's a good article about these rifles entitled 'The Shooting...
It sounds like you don't want to send your gun off, but if I were you I would reconsider. 1950's Browning's are some of their best, and I would...
I'm in my 60's, I've sold a few over the last couple of years, would like to sell more, but I like them, and selling, to me, is a hassle. Don't...
Always take it with you to the range. That way when the guy with the compensated .300 magnum sets up right next to you even though there are...
So, you didn't like the other answers on the S&W Forum?
Love mine. The extra weight out front makes it hang steady for offhand shooting, and the extra weight overall helps with the recoil. Since I...
Can be done, I had a high school teacher that did it (I'm well over 60, so that was a while a ago :)) and used it in an old 1917 Colt for a snake...
"Trigger guard ate my middle finger."
That's a stock/grip problem, and very common on post-68 (or so) model 29's.
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