The young Gentleman, reviewed as many official "qualifications" as he could, one for each state, based on information available. Then he analyzed and gave an opinion. Some states like Florida publish a standard. Many do not. This was a description of the process and the 95% of the work the consumer never sees. Geoff Who notes curiosity. And as soon as I can, I will try the Florida Qualification.
Well, that's 32 minutes of my life I'll never get back. It's basically an ad to temp you to watch his videos of some of the various qual courses. I'm surprised he got to the end without both arms in a sling from patting himself on the back. I won't be watching any of his videos, in large part because they're time consuming. Also, I have books of various courses and one could pick and choose to put together an overall course.
Yes, qualification courses vary widely for bunches of reasons. This includes budget and mission as well as possible state mandates. Big reminder: as a private citizen, your mission is not that of the police. Comment: one segment of that video shows engagement of a target at close range while creating distance, followed by a head shot. I didn't see a hand strike with the support hand to help create distance. Also, he stopped at entirely too close a range to deliver the head shot. Flatly, (probably safety issue with multiple people on the range.) motion should not have stopped, at least till the threat was neutralized.
I bought this at an auction, it’s a rifle with the name “Luger” on it, I am told it looks like a Mauser rifle but I don’t think these are Mauser proofmarks.
Any help will be appreciated
Again any help will be greatly appreciated
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With this year's NRA BoD ballots just out, I thought I'd see if any of the longtime old hands had any thoughts. Personally, based on the reports at Save the Second right now I'm leaning toward "bullet voting" for Buz Mills and write-in Frank Tait and Rocky Marshall, but I welcome additional...
Colt's catalog is getting thicker and thicker; especially when you look at their "custom shop".
For regular production guns, I can think of two that seem like no-brainer's to me since they're already most of the way there. A blued Python, and a .22 Diamondback.
For the custom shop...
We don't seem to have an Airgun subforum, so I'll put this in the Gun Talk section.
Bought one of these a couple weeks ago and have been shooting it pretty happily almost every day.
To save some time and typing, here's a review I found online that is a very honest and accurate evaluation that...
I also posted this in S&W Forum, here for the Fish (a Halibut)
The following information was gathered by me, using Lyman Digital and Mechanical Trigger Pull Gauges. Average of at least five pulls.
S&W largest brand in my personal battery, except maybe Ruger if you count the long guns: