Thanks! It's tough for me to get into the polymer stuff. I know they are good guns, but there isnt any craftsmanship in those, they are a dime a dozen in my mind. Thanks for watching!Huh, small world. Me too, and I was born in Richmond, IN. Maybe something in the water?
P.S. Nice shooting too!
I agree, the Det. Spl. is heavy by today's standards, but with a good belt and holster its just fine. Also, with the weight and the fact I carry standard pressure .38s, it is as controlable as a .22I have tried several "plastic" guns for carry. There is nothing like a small classic snub IMO.
Good looking Det. Spec...but then again I've never seen an ugly one!I'm from Morphing right Now, its tough, The Beretta is a Fantastic Firearm PX 4 Sub-compact 9mm a real semi-automatic, the real deal on fire power ,accuracy,durability and to Hold it and shoot it is amazing but The one on top is every bit its equal except its 40 years older, Colt was way ahead of its time they got it right a long time ago whenever I shoot the New one, The one on top goes too..2 Great C&C firearms,I'm better with the one on top for Now... View attachment 39616
Nice! I wish Colt still made double actions. I heard a rumor on GunTalk podcast the Python may be coming back. But I'm sure it will be too expensive for me!
I am always amazed that I can shoot that snubby as well as my full size 1911..I just love it!This proves what I have held for years. The Colt D frame 2 inch revolver is as accurate as a 4 inch service revolver in the hands of a good shot. Unlike the S&W J frames it has the feel of a full size revolver , gives you a sixth shot and is not overly large. In fact it does everything a larger S&W K frame does with less bulk and weight. Colt should be making these ,why they don't is a real mystery. Enjoy yours.
Thank you, I have a lot of rounds through that gun. I have been its only owner and bought it new in the early 90's. My personal favorite of my collection!Man has skills. Nice shooting, and revolver sir.
I got schooled by an old heavyset guy back when I worked for the state and shot competition for them. I was Joe cool with my 9x25 Dillon Delta Gold Cup ad he was the old fat guy with a model 10 that just so happened to show me I didn't know crap about shooting.. I gained a healthy respect for both wheel guns and old fat guys in the same day lol.
It's very humbling to see how proficient some of you guys are with your pistols.
(This post was in no way to suggest that HH is fat or old)