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Discussion in 'General Firearms & Ammo' started by vmax, May 22, 2020.
I loaded up some ammo today to go to the range tomorrow
I went today with my neighbor. Shot his P365 and now I think I might be needing to shop for a new carry gun. I really liked the way it shot, especially for the size.
And I also found out today that my club now allows us to shoot pistol caliber carbines in the pistol cells, including on the steel. I just might need to seriously look at buying or building one.
I had to work
By age 3my daughters had learned we don't tell mommy when we go to the gun store.
I worked till 7 tonight, but I'll be popping off a few tomorrow.
Gotta work. *sigh*
@vmax ”You are all a bunch of”
Now, I may not be a “Native Texan”; but as absolutely a Southerner, through and through, the thread title deeply offends me, Sir. “You” and “all”, in all circumstances, especially from those who do, and are, rightly called Texans, we properly know those words to be rightly used as a contraction. “Y’all” is always appropriate in all settings and usages. For the proper application please refer to all present as “y’all”, so that we may all included without unnecessary verbiage.
(Now go back and read in Martin Sheen’s voice from Gettysburg.)
@Big Green , if that offends you..
Surgery recovery, can't walk much.
Waiting for my 1911 to arrive before my next range trip.