So this weekend I traded my CZ75B for this SP101 in 9mm. The CZ was too big to carry and had just become an expensive range toy. I like the way this handles 9mm and I don't have to add another caliber to the shopping list. Moonclips don't bother me either. I plan to carry this and bought a 1791 OWB holster and houge grips. Also ordered the wolff spring kit for it to reduce trigger pull.
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A meeting was canceled, so it looks like my day has opened up! Same caliber, and they both probably weigh the same 😂. So much sexy in one picture!
In before the VFG Nazis.
Got a 510c on my MPX also.
Kinda wish I went with a longer barrel and handguard for mine though.
Omg i saw the color and thought the CZ was an inhaler.
Which tailhook adapter is that? Any chance that strut is metal?
I purchased a sb1913 brace and was disappointed to find the hinge was the only metal part.
Love the MPX
are those black talon rounds? I remember hearing about them non stop in the late 90s
This is an old school Smith & Wesson 629-4. The Trail Boss. .44mag, 3" magnaported barrel. Extremely a)fun and b)loud and c) fireball-y. #385 of 500
Wheel snipe celly good buddy
My Ruger Single Six. This is my only revolver right now, but I'd love to collect more. Next I want to get a .357! I was gifted this revolver from my father 4 or 5 years ago and it's a blast to shoot. Taught my wife to shoot using this gun and she loves it too!
Ah the Vaquero, great gun! Love those!
My grandpa had an older one that was given too my dad when he passed. Great shooter and I look forward to getting it one day
I only see 2
9.5 upper, no special parts....and a 16 upper on an Aero lower. The pistol took a 140# sow last year, haven't gotten black and tan out yet.
My newest handgun! A Colt Delta Elite 1911 10mm in the limited edition two tone. Shoots like a dream and is bad ass enough to take on any bears, mountain lions, or small dinosaurs that might mess with my camping trip.
Gotta say I'm liking the 10mm more than my 45 as well.
Aren't these the Colts that had problems with the frames cracking?
Or did they fix that issue?
CZ455 FS .22WMR with Tech Sights apertures. Good rifle for offhand practice, and all kinds of plinking.
Good God I want one now. I love bolt guns.
Picked up a Glock 20 for hiking and threw on a kkm barrel and comp. Very excited to try it out.
I also got a LoneWolff guide rod and some different spring weights to see what it likes. Lonewolff said to go heavier, other people seem to say to go lighter, and kkm said stock is fine so we shall see
I'm jelly of that comp, I need one of those for my G20!!!
You should definitely report back with your findings because I want to do exactly what you did
God I would love a .22 in that style.
That's an impulse buy you won't regret.
Met a friend for pizza and he was telling me that we wanted to sell off some guns before his move. Offered me his PPK/S for a great deal, and I jumped on it. Haven't shot it yet, but plan to this weekend.
Photo was taken on my Nikon D3200 with my 35mm f/1.8 (love this lens!). Edited a few versions with RawTherapee then comped them in Gimp. If you like this style of gun photography, you can see a couple others I've done here.
Is this S08E03? LOL
You almost can't tell it's zinc if you crank the contrast to 11.
It’s crazy. Just seeing this post makes me want to impulse buy.
Nice gun. Can’t go wrong with a Walther or a .22 so I think it was a great pickup. Thanks for sharing.
It's a Stevens Security 320, 12-gauge.Holds 5+1, and planning to use 00 buckshot mainly for home defense.
I haven't had the chance to take it out to the range yet, but I'm very excited!
Edit: Thank you all for the words of advice! I'm very happy to officially be a part of this wonderful community.
A properly loaded 12 gauge can do literally any job that a firearm is suited for, within 50 yards. Home defense, target shooting, bird hunting, small game, big game, dangerous game, you got it. I've said for 25 years that if I had to go down to one longarm, that would be it.
That’s a beautiful start
Welcome to the addiction.
Prepare thine credit score.
If you've never fired a shotgun before then I'd recommend that you take a minute to learn how to hold it properly before firing.I bruised my bicep with my enthusiasm.
Very nice, my man! CLP breakfree is good gun oil, and I recommend getting a shotgun cleaning kit (doesn't have to be expensive). Don't let it sit too long after shooting without cleaning, that way it stays nice longer. Oh, and ear protection.
Get some slugs ammo and try to punch targets at 100 yards!
I bought one of these the other day and man do I love it.
Welcome to the club!
We all remember our first time, our first purchase. Welcome to the fold. Your wallet and bank account is going to hate you, but your going to love it. Awesome fun hobby, but expensive.
Are u collecting guns or shooting guns?
OP I got the same exact firearm as my first, too. Thing is perfect. Now 8 years later, I own 6 firearms and can’t seem to help myself.
That was actually my first shotgun as well, I absolutely love it. One of the best value buys I have ever made
It’s got a nice spread!
The 320 comes into its own after you put a few hundred rounds through it and/or knock down some tight points with lapping compound. The rotating bolt is positive and bulletproof (if not somewhat over-engineered for a pump shotgun), and everything else is pretty dead simple.
Almost all the guts are captured in the trigger group, and disassembly is a no-muss affair. Very good first gun for learning disassembly and maintenance, as there's 3 steps or so.
I recently have been trying to upgrade the furniture on mine, and I will say that's been the only real annoyance. It takes custom fitting no matter what brand (Moss/Rem) you choose - It's just a matter of how much on which piece. There are some custom options, but they are as expensive as the gun itself.
Should have just gotten a double barrel. If someone's trying to break into your house all you need to do is go outside and fire 2 shots /s
RIP your finances
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