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Old 01-11-2016, 05:02 PM   #1
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one of my "gun grew out of my wrist" moments

occurred with a silenced Ruger .22. The gun and can package was 10.5" long. I was wearing it iwb behind my right hip, under an army field jacket. It was after midnight, in Jan, in ILL, cold, and I had to walk about a mile from my shop to my gf's house. I heard a roar out of the night and a chain dragging. Gun appeared in my hand, no idea how I drew it and as the dog hit the end of a chain (I had no idea if it was anchored, how long, etc) I shot him in the top of the head, at arm's length. He dropped so suddenly that I heard his chin hit the sidewalk. The gun being 2" longer than I ever trained with didn't matter. Adrenalin made me lift the gun PLENTY high above the rig.

with the Sig P938 .22 unit being 6.8" long, and with what I know now, being able to silence it in 2.7" (running the can "wet). the overall package is 1" shorter than that Ruger was. This includes having part of the can "telescope" back under the slide, reaching almost to the front of the trigger guard. Being only 1/2" longer than a 4" barreled K frame or M92 beretta, it's a reasonably compact package, considering what it is. The M21 Beretta .22lr and can may be made 1" shorter yet, but the M21 has no extractor and it's DA
 
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Old 01-12-2016, 10:54 AM   #2
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occurred with a silenced Ruger .22. The gun and can package was 10.5" long. I was wearing it iwb behind my right hip, under an army field jacket. It was after midnight, in Jan, in ILL, cold, and I had to walk about a mile from my shop to my gf's house. I heard a roar out of the night and a chain dragging. Gun appeared in my hand, no idea how I drew it and as the dog hit the end of a chain (I had no idea if it was anchored, how long, etc) I shot him in the top of the head, at arm's length. He dropped so suddenly that I heard his chin hit the sidewalk. The gun being 2" longer than I ever trained with didn't matter. Adrenalin made me lift the gun PLENTY high above the rig.

with the Sig P938 .22 unit being 6.8" long, and with what I know now, being able to silence it in 2.7" (running the can "wet). the overall package is 1" shorter than that Ruger was. This includes having part of the can "telescope" back under the slide, reaching almost to the front of the trigger guard. Being only 1/2" longer than a 4" barreled K frame or M92 beretta, it's a reasonably compact package, considering what it is. The M21 Beretta .22lr and can may be made 1" shorter yet, but the M21 has no extractor and it's DA
Why is this in the Shotgun Forum? Can't you at least put your ravings in the proper place? Another "shot a Dog story" chained up no less. What a hero! Of course it's a lie like all the rest of your "Super John" nonsense. You have no guns and you and I both know it.
 
Old 01-12-2016, 12:56 PM   #3
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I"ll put them where people can see them. if you want to post something about shotguns, feel free. Nobody is stopping you. I don't care enough about shotguns, never did, to post much about them, except what a bad choice they are., for shtf, or combat
 
 
Old 01-12-2016, 02:41 PM   #4
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When I've done the " conjuring " thing in the past, it was usually to " casually discourage " 2-4 people I clocked moving around me in a semi public/after hours situation. .usually the item I made appear was a surprisingly large sharp pointy implement that I'd clean my nails with ,without saying anything. On occasion, I found it necessary to make certain one or more people got the point.. But thankfully, there was never any " actionable intelligence "/ clear description if me. These days,though; there's a LOT more and better surveillance cameras about- even discounting the cell phone/YouTube effect. Always best to attract no notice, or leave nothing behind.
 
Old 01-12-2016, 04:06 PM   #5
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Gun kid, when are you able to start legally competing in matches again?
 
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