So I was going to go to bed, but I then I realized I had to test out this absurd carry position
As seen on the character Spencer Reid on the TV show Criminal Minds
I don’t have a revolver of that size so in place of it I am using my FEG GKK which is roughly the same size
I’mma tell you right now….. I already feel silly
yep, this feels about as strange as I thought it would. can it get worse?
OH GOD! I can’t bend over, kneel down or sit down without it jabbing me in the leg, this is awful!
ok so that sucks, let’s try drawing
I have to rotate my shoulders to get it out……… and upon drawing I have to aim the gun at my shlong, which doesn’t feel good
Once it’s out, it’s out I guess not much different, but now the holster is poking my chest and I feel weird getting into my normal shooting position
In conclusion carrying like this sucks, and a real FBI agent or anyone who carries frequently propably would figure out pretty quick it’s not a good idea.
12:38 am • 28 November 2013 • 82 notes
Figured I would show off the vocal feature of the Israeli gas mask because I find it neat.
Edit: I said persperate when I meant to say respirate haha oops.
11:09 pm • 25 November 2013 • 21 notes
For anyone wondering this is my Israeli Civilian Gas, it came with the filter(which I want to get a few more nato standard ones) and the drinking straw, both pictured.
11:00 pm • 25 November 2013 • 10 notes
My cutdown Iver Johnson ‘Safety Hammer’ top break revolver in .38 S&W
10:17 pm • 21 November 2013 • 66 notes
Picked up a new Bianchi leather OWB holster for my FEG GKK today. It’s made for a Glock but it fits well and has good retention. It seems like most commonly available holster companies only make holsters for the most popular handguns so I could not find something with an exact fit, but I am certain this will work fine.
I had to get something a little bit more presentable than my nylon Uncle Mike’s because I intend on using this one for OC in northern free states and when I go down south.
3:37 pm • 17 November 2013 • 73 notes
myexternalmemory asked: This may be a question that's been asked WAY too many times... But, riddle me this CZ, what was your first experience with a firearm like. Where were you, who were you with, what did you use and what do you remember? I'd love to hear that experience, if you don't mind sharing it of course!
I don’t think I have been asked this before, good question.
I remember it well, I had recently gotten my first firearms license, I was 18 and a few days earlier I had procured my first rifle, I believe it was the day after Halloween. Forgive my strange clothing choice, I was going through a mini-phase.
I spent the day with Tristikov who was raised around firearms and had much more experience than me.
It was crisp that day, and then when the sun broke it was comfortable warm.
Up until this point in my life my only first hand experiences around firearms were hearing gang members use them to kill each other and my neighbor in the area where I grew up. My parents are very liberal and anti-gun and I live in a very strict state in terms of gun control, so I didn’t really have the normal firearms upbringing.
I remember I was bit nervous but also really excited. I fired the first shot *BANG* and was almost blinded by the flash I instantly thought: “hooooly FUCK! that was loud and bright, owww my shoulder, this is something to be respected”
Fired a few shots, couldn’t hit the broad side of a barn. Probably shot about 20 rounds and then handed it off to Tris so he could try it out, and if I recall correctly he nailed the first shot on the target.
12:35 am • 11 November 2013 • 38 notes
At the Revs game with Erika, Dana and Ben.
9:03 pm • 2 November 2013 • 35 notes
Meanwhile on the way to the gym today.
9:27 pm • 13 October 2013 • 21 notes
Bore-sighting with Loki6sic6's Sightmark on his Mossberg 500.
10:28 pm • 8 October 2013 • 22 notes
My Remington ”The Sportsman”, a 3 shot version of the model 11 after stock repairs.
2:48 pm • 7 October 2013 • 83 notes
When I was given this shotgun I was told “that thing has killed more animals than you will see in your life, take good care of it” The previous owner is deceased, but his initial remains on the stock.
The grip of the stock however was loose and fragmented in a few pieces, I took it all apart and epoxied the pieces back together but I needed a non-bubba way to cover up the cracks(I know I could have probably cut pieces out and added new wood but that would have taken too long and hunting season is about to start)
So I figured I could bubba it in a classy way and decided to leather wrap the grip, it’s a temporary fix but it should last me though hunting season at least. and I must admit it’s pretty comfy.
When I am less time constrained I will probably figure something else out.
8:38 pm • 6 October 2013 • 99 notes
Out innawoods shooting some clays today.
The O-PAP functions flawlessly but I dislike the slant break.
3:05 pm • 30 September 2013 • 49 notes