Man walks down the street in that shirt, people know he’s not afraid of anything.
Rifle is a Colt MARC 901 in .308, topped with a Leupold scope.
Everything in this post has been asserted as the absolute truth about guns at one time or another.
We all know what the 4 Rules say. Rule 3: Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target. In the photo above, my sights aren’t on the target in a way that I could verify. But my muzzle is in a safe direction, and I’m sure of what’s beyond my target. I’m willing to subject myself to the Internet Safety Nazis in order to have a conversation: when is it too early to get on the trigger?
Seen on facebook, likely sourced from a Japanese airsoft page. But I’ll be honest, if this was a real thing? Kind of want. Because there’s no attempt to make this a “srsfightingpistol” it’s just a big ol goofy clownshow. Like a Pagani Zonda, it’s all about theatre.
Hilton Yam answers the question of “do I need a gunsmith?” Spoiler: if you have to ask, the answer is yes.
Looks like it’s a tie. The 1911 is a Colt, wearing Crimson Trace Anniversary Laser Grips, and the revolver is a S&W 986 Pro Series in 9mm.
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Pulling one from the archives today, we have a short review of the Lionheart LH9 9mm semi-automatic pistol.
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Even on the tough days, this job is pretty radical.