I done went and bought something else. A 7mm mag barrel for my Thompson Encore :shock: i have really got a problem and I can't stop. I got to have it . Its like a drug to me. The only thing is I LOVE IT
8point I feel better cause there are folks that get buying impulses worse than me.I bet that will be one(of many)guns you love.Tell your wife this(I heard it works some times)at least I'm not out chasing women and getting drunk(if you are doing any of those things I will start a fund for your funeral)Do you use a safe or do you like me and hide them all around the house?We know you needed it,just buy the wife some thing to even things out.Drop-Shot
I am meeting a guy in a bar this "happy hour" to finalize a gun swap. This may be hard to explain away since I may possibly smell of strong drink when I wander home with a silly grin on my face and a strange shooter following me home!!
I love those Kimbers,when the right time comes I'm gonna get one.I shot the SLE model at a shooting range,you can rent any gun in stock and shoot it.The one I shot was in 10mm,I already have a 10mm in S&W,but the Kimber was right on.I wanted a 45 acp but that one was rented, and the guy that rented it wanted to buy it.The store salseman said wait till I can get a new one in,and the guy said no I want this one.So I am trying to decide weather a 45acp or the 10mm.I'm leaning towards the 45acp.The 45 makes a bigger hole.Drop-Shot
goldeyeslayer thats a dificult question,The 1911 style is easy to hold and becomes an extension of your hand.I shoot them well,they fit my hand.The hk usp is great but a different style,the expert is what I shot most and I can group almost as well as the kimber,put both in your hands and see what feels best.Point without aiming,then look down the barrel,see if you have proper target alignment.Some guns point as if naturally,and some you have to train yourself to shoot well.Look for the one that fits your hand and points well.The 1911 style is easier for me,you have to find out what fits your hand best,and I feel you can't go wrong with a H&K ,I don't own one as of yet,I'm working on a deal for an expert and hope it works out.I don't want to sound desperate and move the deal higher.See what feels best in your hand and if your like me,both the H&K expert and the kimber feel perfect.The H&K has a higher capacity but the kimber feels a little better.Drop-Shot
Hehe. I did the same thing this weekend and picked up a Traditions E-bolt 209 .50 caliber muzzleloader this weekend. I paid cash for most of it and put enough on the credit card that I could pass it off as an ammunition purchase. The only problem is that I am going to get busted if she sees it since it is black synthetic stock and all of my other guns have wood stocks. The big ass barrel is going to make it hard to convince her that it is a .22 as well. :twisted:
Boy the things we go through to be a man!Awhile back I bought a 45LC vaquro in polished stainless,and then a few months later I bought a bisley blackhawk in 45LC,she could not tell the difference,but you got a problem when no other gun looks like the NEW one.If she's gonna hit ya let it be the side and not the nose or lips and we will all pitch in for your funeral if worse comes to worse.Tell her it's for her,yea thats the ticket,just for her and you want to show her how to use it.When it kicks her make up off,she will say I don't want it,and of course you can't take it back.It's a shame that we stoop to this level but wemon don't understand or need to have more than 1 gun.I hope the bruises heal quickly and good luck.Drop-Shot