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All my range toys...

M&P Shield 9 EDC

M&P Shield 45, BD sights #2 EDC

ATI GI 1911 45, just fun to shoot, 

M&P 2.0 9 Compact 

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On 2/7/2020 at 12:20 AM, Snaveba said:

Newest toy is an M&P 2.0 9 Compact. 0394805C-8CFA-4055-B660-0B7448C0648B.thumb.jpeg.a964db879365a892bf5c41fe22b345fc.jpeg

Very jelly of that purchase! I’m looking for one right now at a reasonable price. I have several M&P (Full size, shield, compact, etc) and by far my favorite is my Compact 22. I can’t think of a more perfect gun size wise and shootability than a Compact. It does everything perfectly. I bought my shield 2.0 9mm on black friday in an EDC kit and it has the red  Crims, but a week later I found my Compact 22 and immediately regretted not buying the 9mm in a Compact. 
 

 

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37 minutes ago, RED333 said:

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OH MY!!   What are you gonna be shooting...a bazooka?

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3 hours ago, hipower said:

OH MY!!   What are you gonna be shooting...a bazooka?

For the true meaning of the 2nd we have the God given right to own, yes a bazooka. However the 2nd has been stepped on WAY to much!!!

The biggest we have is 7.62 NATO and 7mm REM MAG, They are AR500 plate I picked up from a member here. I think the targets will work fine, puts them at an angle to make the fragments hit the ground.

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6 hours ago, bubbadavis said:

This is my "newest" range toy. But it was made in 1963. Browning BA-22 Grade II.

 

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That engraved scene is awesome, bubba. Well done.

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59 minutes ago, bud said:

That engraved scene is awesome, bubba. Well done.

 

Thanks! I felt the engraving was amazing on this one. Based on the initials of the engraver, and a little research, seems it was engraved by Marie Magis. She did excellent work based on my research. Some of her higher end Brownings are really works of art.

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S&W 629 Classic 6" 44Mag.  I've wanted a .44 mag for 30 years or more but it was hard to spend that much money for something I would not carry or shoot that much.  Now I don't know why I waited so long. 

 

 

 

 

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Curiosity got the best of me on having a 1911 that was chambered in 22 and had a fixed barrel. Seemed good in theory. The heft and fixed barrel seem to put it right on target. Sure ain’t no Smith & Wesson, but for what it cost it’s fun. 
 

 

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Bought a S&W steel front sight for the above mentioned gun (plastic from the factory). 
 

I also polished the gun because I didn’t like the finish from Chiappa. Did some work on the feed ramp, and I’m currently building a steel magazine for it (there is only plastic available). 
 

It’s turning into a great little shooter. I can shoot the exact same spot every time stacking bullets in bullet holes in the target. 
 

 

Now onto finishing making a custom steel magazine out of 20 ga steel. 
 

 

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On 1/19/2020 at 7:10 PM, RED333 said:

Just picked this up the other day, now rides in my truck.

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Can you shoot that at the range? Most I've been to are pretty picky on scatter-guns.

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6 hours ago, Mamba said:

Can you shoot that at the range? Most I've been to are pretty picky on scatter-guns.

I can shot in my back yard, shoots great.

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