Nice pic, Kilo. It's always good to go back and practice the basics, when it comes to marksmanship. I'm probably due for some of that too.
I'm probably going to focus on irons again, as I feel like I'm getting rusty with them too.
Originally Posted by TacoDelRio
Cool picture, Kilo.
Originally Posted by Seiran
I always find myself more enthralled with his avatar's than his pictures...but his pictures are pretty damn fine too
Originally Posted by James
I added a few gizmos to my Remington 870 - an extended magazine tube and a sidesaddle; it went from this:
James, I got a 870 12 gauge with an extended mag tube very similar to yours on lay away right now. I didn't buy it out right because I was still deciding whether or not to follow up on it. But seeing your 870 has helped me decide to follow up and get it. I've been putting off getting a 870 for too long.
On a side note, I'm finally taking a CHL course this weekend (after putting it off for 2 years).
Nice 870, James.
If you have the $$$$, I recommend it, Kilo. I've had my 870 for about 15 years now, and though it may not be as sexy as a Binelli or Saiga, it's a reliable workhorse that gets the job done.
I've had this gun for 2 days, and it was brand new from the store, not a used rifle. I'm taking it back to the store first thing in the morning. If I don't get a refund or a replacement, I'm going to raise hell. Lancaster is known for taking months to replace/repair rifles that are sent back to them. I'm not spending many hundreds and having nothing to show for it. Argh. Never thought I'd have to contend with rust as a problem with a new gun.
I think a lot of people bought their fill of ARs about a year ago, when the gun-buying fenzy was in full gear. I've noticed that lower and upper AR receivers, mags, and parts have come back down to somewhat reasonable levels. Supply/Demand law Adam Smith stuff.