I had one for a while. I loved shooting a lot of full loads in it. It cost a lot back then to reload for it, I could imagine now.LoLz..
I owned a brushed chrome .44 mag DE for years and sold it. It was fun now and then but pretty impractical . Sure was a perty gun though.
SlackerA little bragging just because I've had a bourbon..
One of my proudest accomplishments:
The Rangemaster Adv Instructor class in Athens Ga. Held at the Oconee County Emergency Ops Center, hosted by the Oconee Co Sherrif Dept (great guys) and a nearby range. 25 students, I was one of 4 or 5 non-LE. Taught by Tom Givens
The final qualification standards: (and by the way there was no participation trophy. a handful did not pass)
- 90 or better on the New FBI Instructor Handgun qual (80 for agents)
- 90 or better on the Rangemaster qual
- 90 or better on the written exam
I aced (100) the FBI Instructor qual which allows for hits anywhere in the "bottle", 97 on the Rangemaster qual - Same target same course of fire, but all hits had to be in the USPSA rectangle (down 1 outside the rectangle but in the bottle), and 95 on the written.
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