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MrBrian

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About MrBrian

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  • Birthday 07/22/1986

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Glock 26
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Glock 19
  1. So, I just printed off a 50% scale for me to practice with at 50 yards, and holy crap! the target is smaller than a quarter at 50 yards..... this will not be easy, but I guess that's why it's called a challenge I just checked, and it's smaller than a nickel at 50 yards
  2. I bought a Primary Arms 4-16x44 scope so I can give this a try with my Ruger American Rimfire.... It's hard to see that far with a 4x Leupold!
  3. I thought about that, but that would kind of be cheating because you don't have the 40 extra yards of wind to account for... I'll probably just do the regular target at 60 yards as practice and then do the real challenge at the range..... Either that or I can shoot from my neighbors yard all the way across mine, we'll see
  4. The sad part is that I only have a 60 yard range behind my house.... so I'll have to wait until I go to the actual shooting range for this one
  5. This will be a good excuse to get my Ruger American Rimfire sighted in..... that'll be a tiny circle at 100 yards
  6. Welcome to Das Luger Club
  7. Enjoy some semi-glamour shots of my Luger.... I tried to show all the imperfections in the finish, along with the identification stamps. Not horrible condition to be 98 years old. http://imgur.com/a/NBfPn
  8. I've been broke ever since I got my C&R
  9. Well, you see, I've been on the market for a nice Garand, but every time I have the money to buy one, I end up with something completely different. This time I thought I'd upgrade my carry gun. And I wanted a good quality 9mm. Then, I was sitting around the house, waiting on a repairman (who never showed up) and I ran across this gun on a forum.... I sent him an email, and the next thing you know, I've bought a 98 year old P08 Luger.... We shall see how good or bad of a deal I got in a few days, until then we all must just drool over some pictures
  10. No where near mint, but great shape for what I can afford
  11. But I did buy this! This picture is just a teaser until it comes in
  12. Gotta love those polyoxybenzylmethylenglycolanhydride handles
  13. The DA trigger is heavy, yet smooth and very acceptable for a military gun. SA trigger is quite amazing IMO. Not a ton of info online, but best I can tell, this was made in either 1935 or 1936. Now for pictures, please don't hate too much cause my lighting and background suck on these. http://imgur.com/fm0D8gI It's super easy to disassemble. Pull one pin, and one screw and you get to all the innards. http://imgur.com/h47FMT4 Waffenfabrik Bernfactory maker mark http://imgur.com/dYDDhGq Love that the importer's mark is tiny, and well hidden under the ejection rod. http://imgur.com/1kz2hBc The brass cleaning kit is awesome, complete with jag, brush, and the screwdriver doubles as the extension rod. Love how the Swiss make things so useful and compact http://imgur.com/RAFSs0j This is the worst of the machining marks, on the grooves of the cylinder, but really only visible under a light or camera flash http://imgur.com/3lokgfI The Swiss crest in all it's glory http://imgur.com/rs4ZhBl Spring captured pin that holds in the cylinder. For it's age, I find this a fascinating piece of the gun's engineering http://imgur.com/1j2EK1E Best sight picture I could get on camera. Not the fastest acquisition for my eyes, but I think with slow SA shooting, it will be good out to 50 yards fairly easy http://imgur.com/L8YT72g I love how all the small parts are stamped. You can also see the worst of the finish wear on this particular gun at the tip of the bore. I assume from honest holster wear http://imgur.com/8Ufdf9C Front post.... It's somewhat adjustable for windage That's all for now

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