Discussion in 'Rallying Point and Range Discussions' started by countertop, Jan 24, 2005.
Ha ha, funny you guys
Found this for you Dave
Kel-tec P-3AT in Fredricksburg ...
Thanks Kony, I am trying to get in touch with the seller now. He lives north of Baltimore so I am thinking of going up their early Sat if it can be arranged.
Well, its about time! This particular seller seems to be clearing out alot of his collection so be sure to ask if he has any other beauties he's getting rid of also. Like a 4" 617, for instance. If so, we might have to go up there together!
Ahhhh yes.... The Mimesweeper
Always wanted to see how mimes express fire!
Looks like you aren't the only dissatisfied Wild Bill customer ... you may want to share your experience here ...
Found something especially for Dave . . . .
I love the smell of charred Smurf in the morning . . . . It smells like . . . . victory!!
Laugh all you want but if I keep shooting 9mm's the way I do, I'm getting me some Homeboy Nyte Sytes.
Neat flyer to share with potential DC tourists ...
Got my 640-1 back from Smith today ... also got the pair of grips I ordered from Ebay.
I have a reply from the 17s in MD. I asked to see them early on Sat and it looks to be about 2-1/2 hour trip to Parkton. I will keep you informed in case you really want to go.
Think 8-3/8 inch barrel. It will take me 5 minutes just to draw it from a holster.
I'll pass on the trip unless he's really selling his 617. If it were me, I'd get the 6". Either way, keep us posted.
Looks sweet! Is it hammerless or just a recessed hammer?
What with all the wheel guns you guys have I do think about one from time to time. Then I go shooting and think "with my aim, I need all the rounds I can have", and go back to practice with my G17
Well, technically, it does have an internal hammer ... but yes, it is completely encased. This is the same wheelgun I brought with me to the September Magnum Night. It had an excessive barrel/cylinder gap and was spitting so I sent it off to Smith. Hopefully, its fixed. Turnaround time? FedEx picked it up at my place on 10/3 and it arrived on 10/11 (yesterday). That's a door-to-door interval of only 8 days!!! Needless to say, I think they are the if not one of the fastest in the industry.
Kony - Suh Weet !
I think Jerry would approve.
You tryin' to sneak up on my snub collection?
Of course, if you'd been where you were supposed to be last Friday, you'd have known that I've added to my collection But, alas, you couldn't be bothered...
I'll be touring the museum w/ the Mrs. this Friday so you're just going to have to wait
It's the other, OTHER blue meat!
Ummmm . . . . what are the first two??
Pretty funny, KONY. We need to paste this notice on the poles and work sites like everybody else does. We can also add the followng:
Chief Ramsey is Powerless to help you. When you go missing, they won't find your body.
we should all fan out one night and post them at every airport and across from and in the entrance of every hotel.
Aha! Proves I was right about the wheelgun! I will be there, snub-afied!
Well, he just emailed me saying he's keeping his 617.
10/21/05. Be there(NRA). Bring your snubs. For the purposes of this discussion, snub means a 3" barrel or LESS. Caliber is open.
NO excuses. If you don't have a snub, beg, borrow or otherwise procure one for this exercise.
Those who don't show, have only pieces of [email protected] for handguns
There is something quite special about those snubbies. Couldn't believe I was able to get the 640-1 I'd been seeking so long. Now, I got my eye out for its airweight counterpart. Just need to get those silly rubber grips off ... got wood?
Just got back from ICORE. I don't have the stinking cable to upload the video :banghead: 4 stages. One had a popper which triggered a swinging target. Good thing that popper was messed up for me and the next shooter in the stage, 'cause I blew it.
It was shoot the popper, it was to fall, pulling the pin on the swinging target, which got 2 shots, Then you drilled targets 1, 3 & 5 with 1 shot, reload, shooting 3 shots in targets 2 & 4. The popper wouldn't fall. I got to do it 2x and keep the good score. Completely ruined my rhythm for the stage. 2nd go was much better. I was able to slow myself down a couple times and get more accurate shots on the targets, so I made some improvement.
More consistent fire from the barrel too
Two outta three ain't bad! Now if only Jerry got around to making a set for the X-frame. Actually, is the X-frame grip the same as the K or N-frames?
I may be selling my Kahr. If so, I'm replacing it with a snubby revolver, most likely a k-frame 357mag.
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