Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by briansp82593, Feb 18, 2007.
This what you had in mind, sir?
I assume you were asking me? It came as a .40 from the factory, now however, it's both .40 and 9mm via a conversion barrel.
I'm sorry was that a question, or a statement? I've seen many loose sights in my day, and I've dropped numerous pistols and revolvers over the years, breaking some good sights in the process. It's an imperfect world we live in... ???
This Colt saved my life in 1967 in Vietnam on 13 July, 1967. In that action I fired it four times and got 4 hits on 3 VC. That was the last time I fired it. The inset photo of me was taken on the same day as the action along the Go Cong River. BTW, the M16A1 POS in the photo was jammed at the time!!!! That particular M16 now rests forever on the bottom of the river, and may it Rest In Peace!!!!
Love the 229
S&W 5906 for the left hand, 4013 for the right hand
In poly guns:
Thank you for your service, and for sharing with us your 1911.
Your post meant a lot to me.
hey there Hero why don't you let us know what the heck you are talking about? is there anyway you make your post more than one liners and have a little more detail in em? Ie what the heck you are refering too.:banghead:
GLOCK, HK, Beretta. Any other brands, are just not worthy.
the beretta demon sits on my shoulder
All of us, myself included, can brag about the holes we put in a paper target. Nothing compares to the fondness John Holbrook has for his favorite gun. I've never read a post like that on any forum. I'm very impressed and glad you made it home safely. Thanks for your service during a difficult time and war.
G35, I just took these at tha backyard.
Yes, that's the Glock (pat. pending) "bullet escape hatch".
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