Lorcin .25 auto. Thing had decent accuracy. If it worked. Think I gave $40 back in the late 90s.
Bought a Henry lever 22lr. For my son. He’s not of age so it’s mine until he turns 18 and proves he’s not a turd. So far so good with the whole...
I believe one can change the cylinder from mag to lr.
It’s not that simple. Folks who do this kinda thing generally don’t care if they live or die. Some do but a lot don’t.
Hi point = hotdog stand. Or fried Oreos at the fair. Gets the job done.
No pics. First was a H&R Topper in 410. Gifted at 13. Last was a Ruger LC9. The 410 disappeared when my paw paw passed, like a lot of his stuff....
Split he difference and get a 41 mag. If you can find one.
[ATTACH] Still have 7000+ rounds in a ammo box. I’m good for a while.
Question of the day do you have ammo for them? Or are they wasting away in a safe longing to be shot?
[ATTACH] Targetsportsusa.com they also have cheaper 9mm hollow points.
Used to pop copperheads and water Moccasins with a .40 and 357. Never used snake/rat shot. Just aim for the head.
In a perfect world you would be on the phone with 911 while announcing you are armed. And will fire if they come up the stairs, or breach a door....
If I can’t get it done with those sumn is wrong!
Just a turd trying to sell a turd. I would give $350 for it just for giggle’s.
All this thread needs is some good recipe’s for said squirrels. Unfortunately I live in a semi populated area. So no 22s for now. I will...
Id be more worried about an uninsured turd. I mean motorists. Or theft. Maybe a boating accident? Enjoy your new digs.
Paid $32,000 for mine with 6,000 miles on it. I hope whom everything wins it enjoys it! Way out of my price range. Plus it’s a colt. Not a big fan.
Maybe the dad and son could bond over a Appleseed even if there are any. Start w a 22 and a qualified instructor. Some times not having a parent...
Had a mountain Feist growing up. Good dog named him skipper. Would bark nonstop! Neighbors hated him. Wanted to take him to my grandparents woods...
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