Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by full metal, Jun 23, 2007.
Slightly heavy little bugger - it holds 14 9 mm.
I like the way it handles.
ahhh my last toys I purchased a model 121 stevens westpoint that got me in hot water with the wife. $67 for the rifle +ffl +shipping+scope mmm could of gotten a heavy barrel .17hmr for just a few $ more ..... after i went to the "range" its the best 67$ gun i have ever shot . nothing like a singleshot to calm ya down and make ya go back to shooting basics. and the best part is it shoots S L LR shells so I got to lobb shots at 75yrds with shorts. .22 shorts are fun !
I really dont want to talk about the sigsour mosquito "told ya so " mistake.
The before that, a Chipmunk Hunter.
OK wood, smooth action ... looking forward to some range time with it!
Hello friends and neighbors // Sturm Ruger Model 117 Security-Six; 4" ;.357/.38 ;Manuf. August 1977 ;153 prefix
First range visit, shot some .38s then sighted in with 18 Independence 158gr JSP .357. These are the last six.
I bought a set of Pachmyers but they turned it into a clone. I like the inner tube strips better anyway. The grips are fine not just grippy enough.
The 1977 SS trigger....etc..was still so sharp I had to smooth several edges before I wanted to shoot it.
I'm very happy with this 32+ year old revolver.
I <3 Makarovs.
I picked up my first Kel Tec, a hard chromed PF9. I needed something that was small enough to throw into my front pocket during work and it's perfect. My slacks have fairly deep pockets and the gun just disapears. My Glock 27 fits in the front pocket as well but it was way to heavy to be hauling around without it being in an OWB or IWB holster.
While I really wish I could carry my G23 24/7, its just not realistic for me when at work. While the PF9 isn't my first choice of a defensive firearm, it's a million times better than having one of my Glocks just sitting in the car 200 yards away from me!
I've been carrying mine in the same holster for over a year.
Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan, .454/45lc, 2.5"
I can't hardly wait.
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