Join Date: May 2012
Location: Southeast Kansas
Up until a few years ago I didn't want to own a rifle unless it was blue steel and walnut (stained hardwood would in some cases) Could not see any use for a semi auto of any kind, except in 22 LR. Said I'd never own an AR. Now I have AR's in 5.56 / .223, 7.62 x 39, and 25-45 Sharps, and am in the process of building a 6.5 Grendel and already built my wife a 5.56 / .223 (she also had no interest in AR's - until she saw a certain one). Maybe it was the Russian SKS that got me started - who knows. Anyway - as long as they are shooting I will not make fun of their rifle or them - but will gladly offer any encouragement and instruction I can to help them shoot better. My niece's husband is one of the tacticool kind - can't see any use for wood stocks - lol. And can blast through a bulk pack of 22 LR in a matter of minutes with his tricked out 10-22. Oh well, maybe one day he will realize it isn't how many shots you fire it's how many hit the mark! Dan
Dan - Handi's - 157 22 Hornet Mannlicher Stock, 157 30-30 Mannlicher stock, 45LC Buffalo Classic Carbine with 22K-Hornet and .357 Max Talo barrels, 45-70 Buffalo Classic, 204 Ruger Ultra with Fluted Barrel, 223, 12 Gauge Topper Deluxe Classic, 20 gauge TDC, 20 Gauge Topper Junior Classic, Pardner .410 Youth, 17HMR Sportster, .357 Mag Handi...