Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by full metal, Jun 23, 2007.
Henry 357. Very fun!
Next trip to the range and the gun worked perfect with several different ammo types and brands. Both fmj and hollow point.
My new carry is now Taurus G3C.
I saw this at my LGS and added it to the safe. Not the M&P 10 I am looking for, but this will scratch the itch for now.
I'm saving my money like I did in 2016 and will start buying again when the people who over-bought have to dump their inventory in order to stay in business.
During the early to mid 90s those rifles poured into the country. For a semi-auto rifle they were extremely inexpensive then because of the ammunition which was actually available as surplus. Played around with a few of the rifles. Had a friend in W. Virginia who actually hand turned a few cases using 30-30 Win brass which was a painstaking process resulting in what I saw as unsafe stuff but it did shoot. Other than spotty surplus early 90s that was it so good luck on this endeavor.
Last week I also bought a Taurus Tracker in .357.
The pictures are shadowy because I had "help" taking them.
My LGS just sent me a message!! Guess what I am rearranging the safe for!!
Ruger No1. 458 Win Mag. Didnt actually buy. It,was given by a freind who passed away.
1995 Browning BuckMark Dual Tone Nickel Pro Target, with period Red Dot
Then this gem that appears unfired after inspection...with manual and receipt in box
The AMT has been my grail gun for years, passed up on quite a few because they were beat...this one is pristine...and now I get to beat it up ...and I just realized I brought it home on the same date it was originally purchased, 38 years later it was meant to be...
. My first all steel 9mm 1911. It’s a bit heavier than my other 9mm 1911’s so recoil is almost nothing .
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