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Picked up a hitchhiker on the way home today

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by TwoNiner, Jan 2, 2013.

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  1. Baba Louie

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    Two Niner... two handed or one? Single action or double?

    I agree, no complaints.

    With those grips it might have been set up for bullseye type target shooting as that was more the order of the day before Jeff Coopers 2 hand hold (OK maybe Jack Weaver and Ray Chapmans) became the new norm.

    Very nice and fun to shoot aren't they?
     
  2. TwoNiner

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    Centurian22, that math looks right. That's some impressive algebra at 1 in the morning.

    Baba Louie, I shot those targets two handed SA. I have yet to perfect my staged DA or quick DA shooting with any of my revolvers yet.
     
  3. Baba Louie

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    Snap caps and a whole lotta dry firing DA practice is fun and useful for that... as I'm sure you know. If... that's something you want to add to your bag o' tricks. :cool:
     
  4. Centurian22

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    2-9er, thanks, I'm a numbers guy. Always loved the "word problems" that everyone else seemed to hate. It becomes a challenge, like the Rubic's Cube I've been working on (my record solve time is down below 5 minutes now), this is the bi-product of extreme inescapable boredom at work.
     
  5. Nasty

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    I carried the M15 as an instructor (USAF SAMTU) for about 15 years and used my duty piece for PPS matches the whole time.

    That revolver is capable of doing the same groups at 25 yards all day long.

    We were allowed to use Pachmayr grips but not the fancier ones like you have.

    Wish I had been allowed to purchase mine when I retired.
     
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