Test AR15 à 300m aujourd’hui. C’est assez cool d’être dans un stand “classique” avec ce genre de flingue sans avoir de remarques débiles genre c’est pas homologué…
I really don’t like the AR15, and I hate to see it has become the golden standard of small caliber semi-automatic rifles, thanks to thirty years of Hollywood propaganda (what I call the “MP5 effect” : “if it’s good enough for McClane, it’s good enough for me”, but I digress), but it’s really nice to see some diversity in an official shooting range.
Next step, an AK-74 ? It’s almost like a SIG 550, aside its tinier cartridge and its cruder finish ;o)
A very nice SIG P210 for CHF 1200.- at Poyet in Bern
F ass/StG 57 (SIG SG 510) are an acquired taste, I presume. The fact that some people like that old, cumbersome, ugly, roller-delayed blowback beast is a glimmer of hope for people like me (coming with similar characteristics). #moreabattleshipthanabattlerifle
A modern day SIG F ass/StG 57.
A cool Canadian presentation of the Swiss PE 90 (SIG 550) and its Chilean cousin, the FAMAE SG540.
Most of my guns – a day with @shmurnoff
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Walther PP (.32 ACP), made in 1982 in Ulm. Holster…
Can we see the pistol I unholstered? I like pocket pistols, and I want to acquire one more in something better then .25acp, but not larger then 9mm Markov.
Here is it, back with its Nill grips. I took my P220 out of the safe to provide you with a size comparison. Note the PP is really not a pocket pistol, but is a very good choice for an IWB holster carry due to its thinness.
In that category, I’m quite fond of the Beretta 7x and 8x series (and I would very much like to try the tip-up barel 86) and the SIG P23x (I’m looking for a .32 ACP P230 with blue finish at the moment). Makarov pistols are very comfortable too.
With my meaty hands, anything smaller than a Beretta 7x is problematic, I have troubles reaching the trigger for double taps and I have reliability issues (i.e. with Kel-Tec P32 or Glock 42).