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Discussion in 'General Firearms Discussion' started by Visper, Aug 17, 2016.
Looks risky to me. If some thing looks to good to be true, it usually isn't.
never had any security on my comp settings stop me from going to a sight, only security warning. this time, would'nt let me go to it period. enough for me to stay away.
Well now, that should indicate a Scam site for sure.
Zamak 5 material used, but the regular 6" model I have has been a nice shooter.
Looks fun. MUCH easier to shoot yerself in the leg practicing fast draws!
We actually had a kid in my school shoot himself in the calf last week with an old H&R revolver, doing exactly that. Through and through, top to bottom, about 7” of penetration. Lucky it wasn’t an expanding bullet, and no artery in the path.
His new nickname should be Lucky Boi.
Gimpy might be appropriate...
I know someone was looking for a zpap for 1k ish, well here they are... For now.
An Enfield “Judge Carbine”. Looks like a Weaver rail.
Looks like I'm getting a 30/06 instead of a 7mm mag. Tomorrow
I'm not sure why, but I'm thinking about the .22LR version of the Ruger LCP II.
Why am I only thinking? 'Cause for the same money I can prolly buy two Heritage .22 revolvers or three Jennings/Jimenez .22's.
Maybe you're thinking about it because it is a semi-auto and fills a role the Heritage won't, but it is likelier to be more reliable and have a longer lifespan than the Jimenez.
I'd say you're on the right track.
Yup you pretty much pegged it. Small & concealable (not much bigger than a Jennings/Jimenez), and Ruger quality. Rural King has some at $299. More than I want to spend, but I can see myself doing it.
Yeah, I could see myself doing the same thing, maybe. I like pocket guns, and one in .22 woukd be fun to shoot.
I really like my nice and reliable Sterling all steel 22lr for deep concealment.
I have 2. Fired them both once. The one I got on gunbroker jammed a bunch. It looked clean. Probably not oiled right. They are smaller than my beloved S&W 2213's.
Keep them oiled well. Also, leave those mags loaded for a long time. Those springs are heavy and take a lot of time to break in from what I have found over the decades.
They look like a shrunk down Walther PPK