I grew up with guns in the house. I had my first .22 when I was 8 years old, but we didn’t shoot a whole lot. My father was a Marine Officer and he understood the importance of firearm ownership but he wasn’t a gun guy. He didn’t have any tactical rifles or pistols, not that he was against them...
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Hi, I live in Colorado and hike and bike a bit and sometimes I'm fly fishing in pretty remote areas. I bring my 43 with me thinking if I needed to I can always fire it into the ground to scare something off. I have never hunted so I have no idea what it takes to stop a large wild animal. Any advice or mostly experience would be much appreciated. Thanks
ok guys I accidentally bid on the wrong pistol on Gunbroker ..duh huh ..
So I ended up with a severely rubbed frame S&W M&P40
Its bad ... I hadn't received it yet .. But I own it ...
Im not overly concerned.. But I'd like to get it looking half way decent ..
Fellow GT member fishinguns sent me his slide and KKM barrel to be fitted for a muzzle brake to shoot Underwood 255 hard cast loads.
The already light 41 slide which had been lightened even more with front serrations and milled rear serrations took more brake than the heavier ACP and GAP slides I normally machine brakes for.
Like everyone here, we all feel its important to protect our families and homes with firearms. I've been lurking on this site for a while now and whenever the home defense topic pops up most users...
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