Reid, thanks for the update with your take on the rifle. I'm somewhat toying with one as well, but man is that a chunk of change to drop all at...
No, but when I pocket carry it's a S&W 638, so it's got a long, heavy-enough trigger (on purpose, mind you), and my pocket's clear of everything.
Get a micrometer, take measurements & pictures, and get back to us.
To help out the OP:
Pistol-wise, all I own are revolvers and one 1911. Don't see a need for much else in the semi-auto world.
Individual states' inclusions of their own RKBA fell under the domain of the states' "police power."
I find a hard time believing that .380 is quite near a nice 9mm or .38 special round. Especially since most people I know tend to carry +P in...
That plastic holster design looks like if you weren't paying attention and pulled the pistol out at just the wrong angle, the front sight might...
The world needs more top-break .22s for fun.
Wish they'd make a bigger one.
A Tyler T is necessary for the bottom two.
Absolutely I would. Gun's a misshapen club if you cannot obtain ammo.
They ride on my 1911. I can print a full mag into a ragged, one shot group at 15+ yards, shooting one handed from the hip, in a low-light...
.38 was called that because it was the outside diameter of the original heeled bullet, IIRC, but still the same diameter barrel. Many old .36 cal...
They messed up the grip/frame.
Aside from the billboard, the fact that they're really heavy, and the fact that their triggers are often sub-par and kinda gritty, no.
Go for it. You only live once, and you can always sell it later.
The only thing I can think of, outside the fact that they're heavy and huge, is...
Or an M1 Carbine with a folding stock.
This sums it up for me as well. My daily CCW weapon is my nightstand gun.
There may or may not be a S&W J-frame floating around in the glovebox of my old Jeep Cherokee. Really freakin' small glove box (from when they...
Non-registered NFA items, and if they were converted to semi-only somehow, they're still SBRs and thus non-registered NFA items.
Jeremy nailed it.
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