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    Look at what followed me home...

    I just went to see if the holster I asked the owners wife to order for me came in and there it was in the case.

    I have been looking at this one for a few weeks. So my Sig Mosquito is on consignment and this followed me home... I love Smith & Wesson firearms... I'm a S&W junkie...





    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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    Where's the cylinder, Shooter?





    That really does have a nice set of grips...!!!!!
    Let us know how is pokes holes in the paper!
    Followed ya home huh....
    Semper Fi

  4. Sweet! I have been looking for a 22 auto for a while. I owned a Browning Buckmark in the past and regret ever selling it. I like the S&W. Who knows I may find one this spring. Great looking pistol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricbak View Post
    Where's the cylender, Shooter?





    That really does have a nice set of grips...!!!!!
    Let us know how is pokes holes in the paper!
    Followed ya home huh....
    That's 6shooterCARRY... A little too big to carry

    Although I have been fond of the M&P45 on my side more often than not.

    I've been going to a 22-rimfire only plate shoot match every other Monday night across the border in CT. Getting my but kicked by guys (and a gal who can shoot) with Ruger MKII and III pistols, a few Model 22A's and one guy using an older S&W model 41. Most all are sporting red dot scopes. Last match the guy who built the plate rig we use, let me try his 22A-1 with the same red dot I have mounted on mine. I took 6 shots, turned 4 plates quickly and took that round. So I was using the wrong gun (Sig Mosquito with open sights)..I fell in love with the feel of the grips, the weight of this one is heavier than the skeeter so the felt recoil is very low. The trigger is light and smooth and has a good break, but I was told with some polishing it gets better.

    I'm gonna head for the range tomorrow and break it in and zero the scope. Monday night will be the shoot, I'll give the final review after that.

    Peace...
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6shootercarry View Post
    That's 6shooterCARRY... A little too big to carry

    Although I have been fond of the M&P45 on my side more often than not.

    I've been going to a 22-rimfire only plate shoot match every other Monday night across the border in CT. Getting my but kicked by guys (and a gal who can shoot) with Ruger MKII and III pistols, a few Model 22A's and one guy using an older S&W model 41. Most all are sporting red dot scopes. Last match the guy who built the plate rig we use, let me try his 22A-1 with the same red dot I have mounted on mine. I took 6 shots, turned 4 plates quickly and took that round. So I was using the wrong gun (Sig Mosquito with open sights)..I fell in love with the feel of the grips, the weight of this one is heavier than the skeeter so the felt recoil is very low. The trigger is light and smooth and has a good break, but I was told with some polishing it gets better.

    I'm gonna head for the range tomorrow and break it in and zero the scope. Monday night will be the shoot, I'll give the final review after that.

    Peace...
    Peace, Brother... Have Fun, Shoot Well (or we give ya snot for a few days...), Be Safe...
    Semper Fi

  7. I'm a fan of S&W. This is nice. I'll have to ask my husband. Happy shooting:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joyce View Post
    I'm a fan of S&W. This is nice. I'll have to ask my husband. Happy shooting:)
    Type that again... You need to ask your husband for permission?

    I asked my wife for this one. I have to say she is very cool about things like that. She is supportive and enjoys shooting as well.

    I took it to the range today and I was impressed (as I expected to be). It made nice 1/2" to 3/4" groups at 10yds.

    I zeroed the scope at that distance for the plate shoot Monday night. I'm gonna set it for 25yds the next time I'm at the range.

    500+ rounds today and not a single feed jam!! The only negative for today was the Remington Thunderbolt ammo.. CRAP!!! box of 350 and 20 no fires. It's not the first time I've had issues with that ammo. I think I'll stick with the Federal and CCI... I'll post target pictures later this week.

    Peace..
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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    I knew I saw that gun somewhere before. Wasn't it used in the movie "Men In Black"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricbak View Post
    Peace, Brother... Have Fun, Shoot Well (or we give ya snot for a few days...), Be Safe...
    I had fun... I shot well... I was safe... It was a good trip to the range.
    No feed jams, 500+ rounds... I'll post target pics later this week.
    Very accurate..
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6shootercarry View Post
    I had fun... I shot well... I was safe... It was a good trip to the range.
    No feed jams, 500+ rounds... I'll post target pics later this week.
    Very accurate..
    You know you ain't off the hook till the Target Porn is Posted...... Not with this crowd anyway...
    Semper Fi

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