"we've gotta roll with the punches, learn to play all of our hunches Making the best of what ever comes our way Forget that blind ambition and learn to trust your intuition Plowing straight ahead come what may And theres a cowboy in the jungle" Jimmy Buffet
Posts: 9688 | Location: Southeast Tennessee...not far above my homestate Georgia | Registered: March 10, 2010
In an auto pistol, I've always done better with a 1911...both for slow fire and at speed.
In a revolver, it's a Smith M19 or M66 with a 4" bbl. Grips make a difference here and those Hogue finger groove ones are the ticket. Fugly, yep but in DA and SA, their the best for me. Rod
5th Spl Forces, Air Force Bird Dog FAC, lll Corps RVN 69-70.... We enjoy the Bill of Rights through and by the sacrifice of our veterans; Politicians, Preachers, Educators, Journalists and Community Organizers are beneficiaries, not defenders of our freedoms.
Toss up between my S&W 41 and my Python with my Gen 1 17 coming in hot on their heels. All three had many, many rounds through them before they came to me, so they’re as worn-in and mechanically smooth as one would want. Not collector museum pieces, but legit shooters, and boy do they shoot.
Amazingly enough a Smith model 28 Highway Patrolman. I have owned (and own) lots of different pistols, mostly automatics. I have been shooting automatics since I was ten years old. Then about 10 years ago I got a 4" M28 and went to the range with a friend of mine out in 29. Six 158gr SWC loaded into my first cylinder. All fired double action. All went into a cloverleaf at 10 yards. I literally looked at the pistol, looked at the target, and looked at my buddy. He said "well I think you have found your gun".
I shoot that gun better than ANYTHING I own, revolver, auto, whatever. Whether it's loaded with 38's or 357's it does not matter.
Channeling my own inner General Patton, that's my "killing gun"