Subsonic .22LR is pretty nice, I just wish it reliably cycled through semi-automatics.For the hell of it I picked up some subsonic .22lr and took my suppressed AR SBR to the range with a 16" upper on and it was quiet as a BB gun. I like that a lot.
Just don't want to shoot a lot of .22 through my Saker since it doesn't break down
Reminds me of Taxi Driver, Robert DeNiro had a similar model hidden on a quick draw jig he made for one of the action scenes in the movie.So, as of today I own two guns. Already got a Ruger 10/22 carbine last year, and now I own a Raven MP-25.
Got it at a pawn shop for under $40 in fairly good condition given its age and manufacturing quality.
It's nickel-plated with the iconic fake pearl grips, I bought it mainly as a curio and for nostalgia reasons. My Dad owned a Raven MP-25 when I was a kid, although the one he owned had the wood-looking grips.
I doubt I'll be firing it any time soon, seeing as it's probably older than I am and was considered a low-end Saturday Night Special even back in the 80's and 90's when it was still in production.
But it's a nice little keepsake for the price that I paid.
Great, now I want to buy a functioning Civil War kinda cannon. LOL that's probably the only way you're gonna be able to use it all.I just bought so much black powder that I also had to buy a new fire proof safe to store it. Life is good.
I really, really want another .357 revolver. last one I had, had so much muzzle lift it was crazy, I'm still actively looking for a new one. I do name em.I don't name my guns because frankly, I'm not a puss. I do cry and talk about my feelings to my dogs on a daily basis, though.
So yeah, guys, post your guns, talk about guns, just don't mention the FAMAS or else I'll revoke your general access.
that's beautifulWe bought a house last year and I recently got a promotion with much better pay, so Mrs. Dude says I can start buying guns again. I've been wanting a Wildey since I was a little kid and I think it's finally time I got one. It's been kind of a bucket list item for me. They recently went back into production a couple years ago and the company that's making them had worked hard at fixing many of the issues with the design. It's mostly going to be one of the few fun oddities in my collection that I'll take to the range and camping for bear/cougar protection. I plan on ordering it with two barrels, a 10" barrel chambered in .475 Wildey Magnum and an 8" barrel in .45 WinMag. I was considering getting a Fostech Origin 12, but they're backlogged 8 months or so, and I'm not waiting the better part if a year for a fucking shotgun. The Wildey is about a 4 month wait, which is reasonable for something I've wanted mo
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I had a Smith and Wesson Model 28 from 1956 that was in immaculate condition. If it had 100 rounds fired through it during its life I would have been surprised. You had to angle it in the light just to see the wear line from the cylinder rotation. It had a 4" barrel, Magna grips, thin trigger, narrow hammer spur, and black sights (no orange insert in the front sight or white outline on the rear sight like the target sights) which usually means it's more of a chore to shoot, but it was the nicest shooting revolver I ever shot. Even better than my slicked up and tuned S&W 627 Performance Center. I really regret selling my big S&W magnums, but I needed the money. Eventually I will get another Model 28 and Model 57.I really, really want another .357 revolver. last one I had, had so much muzzle lift it was crazy, I'm still actively looking for a new one. I do name em.
I've also had my eyes peeled for a Ruger pistol. I'd like to add an mkii to my mk collection.