wait... people have guns?!?! I thought only police could have guns....
I'm still puzzled why this thread rubs you guys wrong. If you can explain, I have a better chance at understanding.
Here's one with a few miles on it. S&W 10-5. The barrel is 3 inches and she carries and shoots very well. Although I'm more inclined to strap on a Glock 19 for carry these days this old revolver still gets some use for concealed carry and has a permanent home in my stable.Quote:
Show off your worn service and concealed carry guns!
^ nice hardware and thanks for posting :smile:
Bad picture but this was bought in 1979 or 1980 by my grandfather. When he passed I took possession of it. I carry it as my primary quite often as I prefer the feel of revolvers, and shoot them better. I also shoot my ICORE matches with it. This has 2 matches since its last cleaning so you can see a lot of powder residue on it.
....Rusty Trusty P226....
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Les Baer “Stinger” after 4 year of CCW:
Let the flaming begin. :gah:
This is after about 6 years of carrying this gun about 70% of the time. It just happens to be what I had on today. It probably has 6 or 7,000 rds through it, I don't really keep close track of numbers.
And yes, it has powder residue on it from not cleaning it after it was shoot last by a student in a CHL class.
A Glock Gen 2 given to me by a deceased friends father. He bought it new in 1989, and I was with him when he made the purchase.
And a 1949 pre model M10
or my old M66 with real stag