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Friday, September 16, 2011

Today's Gonna Drag...

Cro has returned from the rocky, dusty middle-east, so we're hitting up the gun show in Waukesha tomorrow.  It's supposed to be a pretty good sized one, so even though I'm not looking for anything in particular, there should be plenty to look at.

It's also going to be MandaFern's first gun show.  She's looking forward to it and will probably be keeping an eye out for a decent deal on a 10/22.  I don't know if she realizes how awesome that is...

More P64

A little more in-depth look at the little pistolette now that I've had it out to the range and fondled it a bit more.

It is a nice looking little gun-
















Good clean markings too-

















The first shot out of the little gun smacked dead on point-of-aim, not too shabby considering the mediocre sights.











The single-action pull is incredibly light, and the solid connection between the barrel and the frame make for real tack-driver potential.  The double-action is a little on the heavy side still, but more manageable with the reduced hammer spring than it was "new."

The only problem I've had so far is that it's not to friendly to big hands.
















I did have a nice little red mark after 50 rounds from getting pinched under the hammer...

Possibly hitting up a show tomorrow, and if so, snagging a case of 9x18 hopefully.