Top O’ the Briefing Happy Monday, dear Kruiser Morning Briefing friends. Jerold was always grateful that his family tree had that one extra branch. The Democrats in charge want your guns. Never...
Sounds great right? Until you see the consequences of that feelgoodism policy.Yeah Beck was talking about this on his program this morning, apparently this Marxist idea was hatched by the progressive Democrats (redundant I know) with assistance from Amalgamated Bank….who are they you ask, well they are in with the Marxist SEIU clowns and get this statement of “who we are” on the Amalgamated Bank website:
“The bank for change-makers”
We're the bank for people who care what their money does in the world. When you deposit your money at Amalgamated, it supports sustainable organizations, progressive causes, and social justice. We are committed to environmental and social responsibility. We're net-zero and powered by 100% renewable energy, and we have a long, proud history of providing affordable access to the banking system, supporting immigrants and affordable housing, and being a champion of workers' rights.
Then I will… not really looking for one right now, but never know when one will jump out…
Is there a particular city, neighborhood, or government building you'd recommend for these "test fires"?If you plan it, and I'd recommend that, you plop down cash at time of purchase.
On the planning side, many ranges, especially indoor ranges, can arrange for you to "rent" a specific gun so that you can test fire it before making a decision on one gun or another.
The "right gun" is more dependent on the user than most things in my experience. Hand size, your specific grip, your intended use and your ability as a shooter. The perfect gun for me may well be a POS for you so test firing is a GREAT idea imho.
Have you tried a S & W Shield ? I have 3 and love them, super accurate . you can get with or without safety . Mine are 40's . great for cc or keep in auto. have one in my wife's car and I carry one too . I also carry a N.A . 22 Mag pocket pistol in front pocket .So no thumb, I have a G17 gen 3, her BF has a gen4 and had a 43x maybe. I have a 3.25" 9mm than she doesn't like, she doesn't care for the 43x, I think the extra 1.25" of barrel reduces the muzzle blast alot. I'm thinking I'll get a S&W 4.25" since I've never had one, break it in, if she likes it let her have it, if I like it then get myself a 4.6" 10mm with optic and have another option for deer hunting, with thumb safety.
So no thumb, I have a G17 gen 3, her BF has a gen4 and had a 43x maybe. I have a 3.25" 9mm than she doesn't like, she doesn't care for the 43x, I think the extra 1.25" of barrel reduces the muzzle blast alot. I'm thinking I'll get a S&W 4.25" since I've never had one, break it in, if she likes it let her have it, if I like it then get myself a 4.6" 10mm with optic and have another option for deer hunting, with thumb safety.
I grew up in a house basically without guns. My mom had a .22 pistol that most intruders would've just laughed at, and my dad never owned a gun as far as I know. I might as well be reading greek in these threads. I got that annoying golf gene, but the gun one wasn't passed down to me I suppose.
I just volunteer to drive the cart and help procure refreshments. Which really means drinking beer and talking to the hot young beer girls. Better than whacking a white ball.Conversely I enjoy golf but I suck out loud playing it. It's really the only sport that I've attempted that I couldn't at least be decent at.
I've accepted as much and now it's more about walking through beautiful scenery, drinking a few beers while swinging a stick at a white ball approximately 90 times.
I might be lying about 90 ftr.