Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by full metal, Jun 23, 2007.
It's the lower one
Last gun of any kind: RRA AR w/ a 16" lightweight chrome-lined bbl.
Both were lightly used. The Rohrbaugh cost more than the RRA.
And yesterday I pick up my Ruger PC9.
My latest purchase. Very sweet
Century Arms WASR-10. It's ugly. Despite Century's reputation though, everything is straight, and I've had no problem whatsoever yet.
All the MKII's get VQ triggers, sears and extractors...
Goin' back to the rimfire after years of shooting centerfire exclusively. Not that the 38's, 44's, 9's, 357's, 45's & 10's are going unattended.
My last rifle purchase was a .22 Henry pump...fun little thing...
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Fired 150 or so rounds through the 442, today. About half of 'em were weak-handed, off-hand shots. weak-hand: ouch. Need to practice weak-hand shooting a lot more. Off handed, strong-hand shooting: went a little easier. Firearm performed well. Shooter.... well....shooter needs to get out more. |:-/ The Uncle Mike's size 0 Sidekick: Not for me: does not stay open (no surprise), does not retain the firearm securely enough for my taste. The 10 rounds of carry ammo that I fired was the smoothest shooting and smoothest emptying. The Wolf aluminum-cased target rounds were not a quality experience. The brass target rounds were not bad, but produced more recoil than the the carry rounds. That was surprising. Once I got some tips from the local instructor, things went smoother. The notion that this is short range weapon is well understood, now.
CZ452 Special, in .22lr. Great bolt action .22lr rifle.
Looking seriously at a S&W .22lr, Model 63 w/ 4" barrel.
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