Looks like fun!
OH YEAH! Looks like my kind of fun!
I think it would be cheaper if they'd simply label the firearms that are legal in California.
oh so sexy, enjoy the shot
A good range day indeed. Please tell us more. :-)Is the second photo a new acquisition or does it belong to a range buddy?
Thought you were going to say "When it starts with BACON!";-)
Where do I get a "Not Legal in California" bumper sticker for my old 62 Chevy pickup?
Hello Lass,This time I started with the last post first. WOW! That is a double stack in the box, but can't figure out make, and caliber. Love the box, with the fold out magazine holders. Is that what the gun came in, or an after market purchase? Going to the range with you would not only be a bonanza in terms of knowledge, but also in terms of different guns to shoot. I would be like a little kid in a candy store.I told you that I finally got my STI, VIP (double stack .45 ACP- 4" barrel) didn't I? Larry, at STI was right it conceals quite nicely.Take care Lass, and pleasant dreams.
oddly the not for sale in CA is one of the things i look for on jsut about everything, from firearms to autoparts. :D
So that's where all those shiny reloaded bullets go....
Really makes me want to head for the range. Very Nice!Enjoy
Jealous.... I am in need of a recoil therapy day. Perhaps next weekend. Nice shooting!
Ah, a Kahr. Made in Worcester, MA.Not for sale in the Volksrepublik of MA.Go figure...Nice shootin'!
Nice! I hope it was as much fun as it appeared it was going to be. Love those toy boxes, how about some info on those as well.Please?
Ahh, the pics give me goose bumps. Good ones. Makes me want to go out & burn powder too. Love the "tack box".YeOldFurt
Only way I ever see a pattern like that anymore is if I use a shotgun (heavy sigh.) Eyes too bad, hand too shaky, but I can still hit what I'm aiming at if I'm close enough and I have the 12-guage!
Glad to see you brought a "real" gun along with the brass shuckers!There's nothing like hitting the 10 ring on your first shot. Sort of makes you want to stop right there...Word verification: hornie
Glad you got out and got to inhale some gunsmoke. Good shootin'!
Trooper loves the Kahr for his backup - sits lightly beside the vest which is a big perq at the end of a long, hot day.Lovely pics!!
Very cool multiple magazine carrier in that first photo. Looks homemade and I mean that in a good way. If it's not your own design, please let us know who makes it.
That is definately some nice shooting. I always like it when I can group them like that.
Ok I want a case like that for my pistols, who makes it? and where can one get one?
I am so glad that I no longer live in california. I enjoy living in a state where I can carry anything that I can conceal! And now, thanks to crossbreed holsters, that includes my full size hk usp!(neat trick on someone of my little size)Glad to see you back brightening my day with your posts.
The bag is a Bagmaster pouch fromhttp://www.cactustactical.com/It's nice in that it's got wide belt loops as well and it's well constructed.
OOOOOO... Shiny!I love the carry case and ow nicely organized it is...and a very nice group to boot! Good orderly tools, good orderly groups.Best regards,Albert A RaschChronicles Interview: JS Croner Part IChronicles Interview: JS Croner Part II
"The bag is a Bagmaster pouch from"Thanks.
They should give you advertisment fees :D Ordering the Bagmaster on Friday, Thanks B.
I didn't know that you had a Kahr...I'm so glad that I bought my P45. It goes everywhere with me. Sometimes on my hip, sometimes in my smartcarry.
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