Review: Ruger American Pistol Compact Pro by Greg Ritchie Quick review...
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OK guys, I finally got around to buying a Charter Arms .32 H&R Undercoverette. It seems to be a well built revolver, but when I shot it the first time, the point of impact was about 5 inches low at 30 feet. I was shooting in single action, so I wasn't pulling it off target. My Taurus 85 is approximately the same size and weight, and has a similar trigger, and it shoots dead on at the point of aim.
Just a fun/time killing thread. This all started when I had someone tell me a 9mm is a subpar round that won't even pierce a car fender. I proved him wrong when I put a whole Redball mag thru a junk fender I had laying around.
Anyway I have this box that a riding mower engine came in. On the left is a box that's roughly 3 inches thick and full of foam and then the plastic wrapped foam you see. Think a CCI 36gr rn .22 lr fired from a Ruger MKIII at 25 yards will go thru it?
I have always been a fan of Ruger, just really never could afford them. Honestly, I guess I still can't afford them, but I decided to quit with the offshore built guns and go USA. What's the old saying? Buy once, cry once. I decided to get some Rugers.
First, a few thoughts on what I like in a handgun. Foremost I like revolvers. Second I have always liked blue and walnut, a few years ago you couldn't give me a stainless revolver, but for some reason unknown even to me, I decided to go stainless. And finally, I like my barrels short. 2 to 4 inches, over 6 inches and I quickly lose interest.
Just want to see what everyone is carrying on this wonderful Tuesday afternoon. I'm carrying a smith and Wesson E Series stainless government in a Tagua leather holster, bench made knife, military police badge, a scan proof wallet that I got from some family relief program on Ft Polk and two smith and Wesson magazines with Federal hallow points and my car keys.
My 380 was having serious feed problems. I called Mom and got new firing pin and springs. I'm going to take it to a friends house and give the pistol another try. At what point do I send the gun back for repair?
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