This is a discussion on Wilson bobtail and S&W bobtail pics within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I was a busy boy at the range today. I went back to an indoor range and gun shop here in Denver that I used ...
I was a busy boy at the range today. I went back to an indoor range and gun shop here in Denver that I used to belong to for several years and can highly recommend. The Firing Line is one of Denver's oldest and best established gun shops. I got quite a suprise when I went in there. Rich, one of the managers I guess happens to be a internet lurker. He had been following my exploits on the internet and actually knew of the bobtails and other work I had been doing. He took Brad's bobtail and started showing it all over the shop to customers and employees and has been referring people to my website for HP and 1911 work. I was very flattered to say the least. He got to handle the gray and black bobtail Smith and the Wilson. I also had a Caspian Xtreme Recon that I was selling and have sold to test along with a 1911 GI spec Caspian. I also had the number 1 Stronhold HP with me in rough and not finished form. The HP has had all of the internal work and slide work done, but not the final front sight installed. I have an iron non-tritium sight on it to get it sighted in. Once cut to height, then the proper height Novak night sight target dot will be installed. I did get tired shooting today. But it was fun! . Especially seeing the hard work on some of these guns come together. I shot them for function first and then for groups and sight in at 25 feet. The range is 50 feet maximum. I have attached the pics of the Gray and Black S&W as well as the others. They are shooters! The bad guys better leave the new owners alone if they know what is good for them.
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Great stuff Jess
Gotta say - ''post-shooting'' tiredness is almost pleasant - compared to real work
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