Good point, Whoa. I guess I was thinking revolver, but my 1911 didn't mar the case to any degree. If a semi-auto I carried did that, I would indeed swap out that first case.do you chamber and unchamber the one that is up the spout? If so, it's getting nicked up on the extractor rim, best change it out pretty frequently if so.
Thats OK, he only need one and has five more to back it up.well, how long did that 2 gunsfull take to put there? do you know that the common range for civilian self defense is 10 FEET? Know how long it takes to charge-dive 10 ft? less than ONE second, guy. So perhaps you are practicing something that's no more practical than bullseye or group shooting.
So what you are saying is that YOU need to get within arms reach of a boogerman and shoot as many bullets as fast as you can and reload with a magazine and do it again till you finally hit something. Some of us prefer quality over quantity. I hate having to shoot something twice and with the proper round I don't have to very often. Better stick to video games youngster, you are less likely to get hurt and you can always reset the game if you lose and pretend that loss didn't happen. I double dog dare you to come to the little hut in the woods and show me your marksmanship is superior. I'm getting long in the tooth, and my legs aren't as sturdy as they used to be, my eyes are getting a bit foggy from cataracts but I still have a couple years of experience that allow me to do what has to be done even if that means I will never meet your high standards.well, how long did that 2 gunsfull take to put there? do you know that the common range for civilian self defense is 10 FEET? Know how long it takes to charge-dive 10 ft? less than ONE second, guy. So perhaps you are practicing something that's no more practical than bullseye or group shooting.
Mr. Davis, so you are admitting on a public fourm that you, a convicted fellon are in the habit of carring a concealed firearm?I use dry lube and never unload the gun. I have a "spare" that does all the dryfiring and nearly all the shooting, so that the fouling and wear are not on the ccw gun. This way, I don't need to clean the ccw gun (and don't clean the practice gun much, since the occasional malfunction clearing is just good practice) If I have to jettison the carry gun, lose it to a car wreck, fire, theft or have it seized as evidence, after a shooting, I can just switch to carrying the spare, while I get a new one.