tumbles into the sea
226 9mm here. Not my carry though. Purchased in 2004 new, made in Exeter and broken in nicely with > 10k rounds.
|parati et volentes|
Kimber Ultra Carry II.
My Retired LEOSA qual was done with my Shadow Systems MR918. My EDC gun.
Tomorrow's battle is won during today's practice.
|Free men do not ask |
permission to bear arms
A gun in the hand is worth more than ten policemen on the phone.
The American Revolution was carried out by a group of gun toting religious zealots.
gp100 .38 spec.
, Spring XD 9mm, Ruger P90 .45 acp
Safety, Situational Awareness and proficiency.
Neck Ties, Hats and ammo brass, Never ,ever touch'em w/o asking first
When it was a requirement, the same pistol I first qualified with which is my Kimber TLE.
Thankfully now in Texas you no longer have to qualify when renewing.
Not giving a damn since...whenever...
|Bookers Bourbon |
and a good cigar
Last duty requal: Glock 22, Bushmaster w/ Trijicon ACOG, Benelli M3 Super 90.
CCW: Sig P365
“Fate whispers to the warrior, 'You can not withstand the storm.'
The warrior whispers back, 'I AM THE STORM."
NRA ENDOWMENT LIFE MEMBER
|"The deals you miss don’t hurt you”-B.D. Raney Sr.|
I don’t have to take the class or qualify anymore, but the last time I did it was with my P220R.
|The cake is a lie!|
We have to qualify with EVERY gun we want to carry.
Glock 19, Ruger LCP, Glock 26.
|Sigforum K9 handler|
Yesterday I qualified with my Gen5 Glock 17 RMR and PWS AR with an EOTech.
Day qual and night qual. 400/400.
"It's a bold strategy, Cotton. Let's see if it works out for them"
|Semper Fi - 1775|
My EDC, CZ-75 compact 9mm.
LOVE this pistol.
All it takes...is all you got.
For those who have fought for it, Freedom has a flavor the protected will never know
I no longer have to do the LE quals, but I've retained a ccw permit for several years.
I normally qual with my edc, a P228. It's been the same instructor for the last few renewals, they normally just chit-chat with me on the firing line and spend more time with the novice shooters. I'm not sure if it appears that I know enough not to shoot my foot -or- if it appears that I am beyond help....
Last time was with a 20 year old G21! Never missed a beat and all in center of target
Qualification + renewal?? Not in PA!
"The Marines I have seen around the world have, the cleanest bodies, the filthiest minds, the highest morale, and the lowest morals of any group of animals I have ever seen. Thank God for the United States Marine Corps." Eleanor Roosevelt, 1945
|fugitive from reality|
I didn't need to qualify, let alone requalify.
'I'm pretty fly for a white guy'.
P220 SAS & Glock G21SF. Great shooter's !!
I fired a Gen4 G17 and a Ruger GP100, for my last LEOSA qual. I will probably do the same when I am finally able to renew. My former employer considers me to be OK to carry any auto-loader and any revolver, as a retiree, if I shoot one of each type. When I was an active LEO, I had to qual with each individual weapon.
In retirement, I tend to carry a GP100 or Speed Six, as “primary,” anyway, so I am not “gaming” the qual by shooting duty-type handguns. As an active LEO, I had to fire for an actual score, but retirees are scored as a simple pass/fail. Of course, I will do my best, as I was one of the “better shooters,” so vanity compels me to continue to take it seriously.
Have Colts, will travel
We don't have to qualify, but you do have to take a "training" before you can get the license. When I first got my permit years ago, I used a Ruger MKII 22LR. I'd never carry something like that, but the training was a couple clowns at the local gun club and we shot brown paper bags at probably 10 feet. I didn't see the point in wasting more expensive ammo.
Did my annual LEOSA qual two weeks ago: Glock 17 gen3, and my S&W model 36. Retirement course is built around five shot strings, 3-15 yards, 30 rounds total.
3 blasters only
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