Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by Bcamos, Sep 8, 2016.
The VP9 is a sweet pistol. A buddy of mine just got one a few week back.
* FLAW powered by stupidity. Someday, the headlines will read "Feinstein killed by flying pig" Karma takes her sweet time, but she doesn't wait around forever.
I agree .... just saying there are actually logical reasons people oppose firearms. Well ... at least logic I can sort of follow even if I disagree with it.
Grabbed this for the kids a few weeks ago. It's a Rossi single shot youth model. .22 barrel and a 20 Gauge barrel.
Nice. The last long gun I bought was a Henry lever action .22lr youth model. I justified it as "for the kids" but really just wanted it for myself.
Finally got my scope in, had to go back to Steiner the parallax adjustment wasn't working. Big thumbs up to Steiner service paid return shipping , there and back 12 days.
Steiner T5xi 5-25x56
Turned into o one sweet looking setup!
Thanks, and for guys looking for a sweet do it all cartridge the 6.5x55 is one really worth looking at.
I haven't shot it with the brake on it yet. But I'm expecting it to be at or less than the recoil of a 243.
Loaded to modern spec (most manuals are very conservative because of the huge amount of 100year old surplus stuff out there) it is every bit as capable as any of the new wonder 6.5 cartridges
I like it, is that a JP Enterprises Compensator ?
I have the same one on my .308.
Got an Arisaka Defense Inline Scout mount for my light. It attaches to the 10:30 course of M-Lok and really tucks the light body in tight to the rail. It's solid as a rock and sits dead-nuts flush to the end of the rail. Huge improvement over the stock mount, works with Surefire, Streamlight and Arisaka Scout light bodies.
The 9mm tip will slide down in the 45 hole
After some .22 and .17 HMR
I've got to add both of those calibers to my lineup. Too common and both are too awesome not to own.
Two of my Arrietas dove hunting.
For when you need a small handgun stashed in the barn
Once you have one, you can have all the "pistol" uppers you want. And don't dump 300; you'll regret it.
Is that a 28 gauge? And why do I hear banjos playing in the background?