Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by tark, Jun 28, 2022.
I understand. Next time I shoot my elephant gun, there is going to be an elephant charging or I ain't shooting.
The Martini-Henry carbine with full rifle loads. The only rifle that recoiled so bad that I fired another round just to make sure that I didn't hallucinate how bad it was.
One of the old man's friends with a 460 Weatherby. That infernal thing rocked my teenage world.
A FEG ppk wannabe in 9mm Makarov. One shot and done. That hurt something fierce.
My Hungarian FEG PA-63 in 9x18 will bite you just like the PPK. I got bit once or twice by my PA-63.
Worse experience with a shotgun was being young and dumb and shooting both barrels of a 12 gauge SxS at the same time. I was only about 10 at the time.
The most unpleasant revolver I shot was the S&W 500. One shot was enough for me.
My 416 Rigby was OK until I turned 75. I am now 79.
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