can anybody identify this gun

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  1. greyling22

    greyling22 Member

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    can anybody identify this gun the blonde is holding? I don't know what it is, but want one. :)
     

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    I have an uncle with a savage 99 in 300. it's nice, but not a plinker. And I think you nailed it. It looks to be a dead ringer for that cz you linked.
     
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    It's a Post-'86 MG.
     
  6. DT Guy

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    She needs better trigger discipline....


    Larry
     
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    The gun, or the blonde? :scrutiny:
     
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    Probably just emptied the mag and was not thinking about the camera.

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    More likely was ONLY thinking about the camera...and nothing else.
     
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    the gun. my wife is way hotter.
     
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    What's the big deal with "trigger discipline"? The mag is apparently empty, the slide looks to be locked back, and judging from the other people in the picture, the gun is pointed in a safe direction. As far as that goes, why the general nastiness? The woman in the picture may not be your ideal of beauty, but she isn't a double for Hilliary Clinton or Pelosi, either.
     
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    Trigger discipline is, IMHO, an absolute; the unconscious habit of having your finger off the trigger when not shooting is one of the fundamental safety rules that makes shooting a safe activity.

    Cooper's four rules were written (in a profoundly clever way, I might add) to understand the imperfections of humanity, and require a 'stack-up of error' for an injury to occur. Unless you're following them, all the time, you're simply not a safe shooter-IMHO, of course.


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    If you take a picture of just about everyone just after the slide locks back on an empty mag, their finger will be on the trigger. At Gunsite (Cooper's school) you keep your finger on the trigger until you are done shooting at the target. And again, judging from the other people in the picture, she has the gun pointed downrange and angled downward.

    And I have never seen a gun discharge with an open action and an empty mag.
     
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    FWIW, Cooper's "Four Rules" were originally 3 rules. The fourth rule was only inserted after Glocks came along and strict trigger discipline became necessary to avoid "Glock leg"

    Sign at Gunsite (From a very early Gunsite brochure):

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    ID the gun

    Interesting pic., Mr. Grayling, do ya want the gun, the blonde or both??
     
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    The question was answered.
     
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