TODAY'S GUN TIME

Sigarms

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DANG! my own post made me look !!


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Doofy

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I had one of them, can't remember what model it was but it was semi-auto and the trigger pull had to be at least 8" maybe more :laughing:

The Wife only wishes I had an 8" pull.
 

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What’s this Smith & Wesson .357 magnum 66-4 with a 3” barrel worth?

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Nice!

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I like to shoot .38 spl or +p in my S&W model 66.

My usual knock-around gun is the old Charter Arms Bull Dog 44 special. Light weight and dependable. I bought this from my Father right before the Son of Sam killings and the Troopers wanted everyone with the Bull Dog to turn them in for ballistic testing. Baloney! I didn't want my firearm worn out and possibly never returned.
 

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I'm not a hunter but will and have shot at a problem predator. I do like hitting the range and or plinking around a bit. 'And of course home pet and family safety. Meet the Ruger family: HMR 17, Security 9 Compact, 357 mag, and Mini 14.
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Nice. Ruger makes excellent revolvers. The GP-100 is built like a tank.

My Wife has an NAA in .22WMR. She actually carries it on some light-clothes summer days.

Yeah, I have a 44 Redhawk and a SP101 38/357 which doubles as the wifes bedside gun. My NAA is 22 mag also..

And then theres the 500 Smith (s)
 

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My usual knock-around gun is the old Charter Arms Bull Dog 44 special. Light weight and dependable. I bought this from my Father right before the Son of Sam killings and the Troopers wanted everyone with the Bull Dog to turn them in for ballistic testing. Baloney! I didn't want my firearm worn out and possibly never returned.

No kidding!! I always (still do) wanted a 44 sp Bulldog!
 

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My usual knock-around gun is the old Charter Arms Bull Dog 44 special. Light weight and dependable. I bought this from my Father right before the Son of Sam killings and the Troopers wanted everyone with the Bull Dog to turn them in for ballistic testing. Baloney! I didn't want my firearm worn out and possibly never returned.

A Charter Arms Bulldog .44 Special is on my want list and has been for awhile. Enjoy!
 
 
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