OK, not a 1911, but at least a 45. Para 2 & HK45, two great ones.
Chuck, obligatory flower in the background as well.
A few trusty friends, my user EDC black Tenacious and a Polish AK-74.
This thread is making me super excited to get my PAL back from the govt. finished the course and senty form away in mid August, should be back by the end of September. I plan to buy a g17 9mm and a .22 LR conversion kit :D
I didn't know they made a conversion kit for the glock. I am picking a G17 next week. Do they make conversion kits for the 4th generation?
nevermind, I found them.:)
Might as well post this here too.
Sig P238 with Delica, Caly3 CF, and Chaparral
Haven't posted in a long time, been lurking in the darkness though. My most recent firearms purchase:
All I have is a cell phone photo, am I still welcome to share?
This is pretty much the first time I've ever got to share any photo on the internet, I only got the [equipment with the] ability to upload pics earlier today.
Thanks! It's a desert tan cobra stitch on the inside with a black cobra stitch in the outside, about 160 feet of cord in it, its also got 8" of adjustment (where it changes to nylon strap) at the front end.
Almost every pic I post here is taken and posted with a cell phone.
Ok, I can play some more :D. I picked these up today.... and LOVE them! The 1911 is the just awesome to shoot. The bullets where finding their mark everytime. I love the trigger on it too. Bring on the zombie hoard:p
The Glock 17 was also a great addition. I had alot of fun shooting it. It definitely put my old duty Beretta to the back of the line. I was actually going to sell it after shooting the Glock but they weren't offering much so since it was my first I'll keep her:D.
Here she is with 2 Glock enduras, the first run and another with glocktalk on the blade.
Again, excuse the bad cel phone pics:o
Finished the IWB 5 oclock holster for a new Ruger SR22. I really like this pistol, light, accurate and easy to shoot. Here's the obligatory picture with my Para 2.
Nickel plated Colt Detective Special, purchased new in 1966, hammer dehorned by me shortly thereafter. I soon got tired of the factory grips, didn't like any that I tried, and finally settled on taking a really oversize set of Herrett thumb rest target grips, shaving them down considerably, angling the butt, then finishing with Linspeed oil. Think they've stood up pretty well, as has the gun. It has probably had a couple thousand rounds through it, over the years, not counting the plastic practice ammo.
Figured it needed some more wood to keep it company, hence the Cocobolo Stretch, courtesy of Sal, and the end grain black palm Kiwi, customized for me by Tonydahose.