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Aug 27, 2020 15:33 |  #4621

Babies got new shoes!

Wilson Combat Grip module for the P320 XCarry (carry gun) and Hogue G-10 Magwell Grips for the P226 TACOPS (nightstand gun)


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Aug 27, 2020 15:41 |  #4622

LoneRider wrote in post #19115864 (external link)
Babies got new shoes!

Wilson Combat Grip module for the P320 XCarry (carry gun) and Hogue G-10 Magwell Grips for the P226 TACOPS (nightstand gun)


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Fine weaponry, Wayne ! <thumbsup>




  
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Aug 31, 2020 10:07 |  #4623

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My pair of single action .454 Casull revolvers. Top one is a Freedom Arms Model 83 Premier and the bottom is a Ruger Super Blackhawk Bisley.


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Gorgeous!

If I had a .454 SA I might hang on to it, :)
Not being facetious, I somehow managed to acquire a DA .454 Redhawk in my youth,. and though it is very impressive, I don;t think I will be holding on to it much longer, not the least of which is at my age, I don't think I CAN hold on to it when it goes off! ;)
But if it was a gorgeous SA, I think I'd keep it :)


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Aug 31, 2020 10:15 |  #4624

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #19117694 (external link)
Gorgeous!

If I had a .454 SA I might hang on to it, :)
Not being facetious, I somehow managed to acquire a DA .454 Redhawk in my youth,. and though it is very impressive, I don;t think I will be holding on to it much longer, not the least of which is at my age, I don't think I CAN hold on to it when it goes off! ;)
But if it was a gorgeous SA, I think I'd keep it :)

These are definitely a handful to shoot. I hand load so I have not loaded to full potential, just below the recommended starting loads in the Freedom Arms manual. I can also load milder rounds as well as hot .45 Colt loads. I'm 71 years old and still get a "kick" out of shooting these.

The Freedom Arms is the "Rolex" and the Ruger is the "Timex", both great shooters.

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Sep 02, 2020 14:57 |  #4625

just picked up a Boston PD S&W model 10-5 with 2 inch barrel, left the factory as a 4" but BPD armorers changed it to 2"

shows wear, about 60% gun, but I needed one for the collection.


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Sep 02, 2020 15:31 as a reply to  @ Jeff USN Photog 72-76's post |  #4626

Nice heater!


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Sep 03, 2020 04:05 |  #4627

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Sep 03, 2020 14:02 |  #4628

bergmen wrote in post #19117698 (external link)
These are definitely a handful to shoot. I hand load so I have not loaded to full potential, just below the recommended starting loads in the Freedom Arms manual. I can also load milder rounds as well as hot .45 Colt loads. I'm 71 years old and still get a "kick" out of shooting these.

The Freedom Arms is the "Rolex" and the Ruger is the "Timex", both great shooters.

Dan

Yes, for both wrist and cost reasons, I've been shooting them as .45 colt,. but I don't hand load so the price difference is COLOSSAL!

Great analogy. That Freedom arms is definitely a Rolex!


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Sep 03, 2020 18:00 |  #4629

I have (arguably) the only known 1911 .45 ACP that has custom made checkered USCG Logo grips!!! :-D

Lots of people have Glocks, Smith & Wesson, Sig Sauer, etc... all in 9mm or whatever flavor. I just happen to prefer the timeless classic, 1911 that I qualified on in bootcamp all those years ago.

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Sep 11, 2020 13:11 |  #4632

SASS
Me in New Hampshire a few years and a few pounds heavier than now


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Sep 11, 2020 16:59 as a reply to  @ Jeff USN Photog 72-76's post |  #4633

Hello fellow Mass. resident. Have you ever shot cowboy action at Harvard Sportsmans Club?




  
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Sep 12, 2020 15:36 |  #4634

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Hello fellow Mass. resident. Have you ever shot cowboy action at Harvard Sportsmans Club?


No, mostly shot at Independent in Foxboro, small local match and down in Foster RI. and the Great Nor'easter in Pelham.

Don't do it anymore due to severe arthritis.

Still have my gun cart but am thinking of selling it


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Sep 12, 2020 15:45 as a reply to  @ Jeff USN Photog 72-76's post |  #4635

Sorry to hear about your arthritis and not being able to shoot. I know the feeling, I haven't shot much because of balance issues, still trying to determine the cause and the cure. Take care!




  
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