Well, went in for my follow up on Monday. Yeah I know, lag time with feeling like doing much of anything is my only excuse.
Anyway, all numbers are all going in the right direction. They backed off 5 mg on the steroids so I'm only taking 15 mg a day now. All the other medications are at the same dose so they still have me on a rolller coaster with feeling worth a crap.
I have a new primary which seems to know her stuff pretty much. Can't get over how she looks like a kid though. Amer-Asian so she looks 15 but is 29. She has that sing song voice too, which makes it hard to follow when she starts talking fast. Other than that not much going on health wise.
I was told it will be months before the rejection is totally over. Once that happens they are going to sign me into this experimental program with a new treatment for the Hep C that is clearing (won't call it curing yet) people. They have not been released to use it on Transplant Recipiants, I'll be taking part in the study which they will use to decide if they will ok it's use on TR's.
48 weeks on daily injections with a few pills, supposed to be a bitch, makes you feel like you have the Flu x 5 but it's worth it if it works. Knowing that the Virus will not end up destroying the organ only to face another transplant down the road is something I honestly look forward too.
I shot Tuesday night, came in 6 th out of 29 shooters on the first round, came in 29 th on the second round. lol talk about a spread. But after the first round and then waiting for the second round I was pretty much done in, so...
I pumped +33 pen points into no shoots on the second round. Got a laugh out of it, hell I was just happy to hit the damn target by this time.
Put a set of CT grips on the 66-2 for the wife, giving it to her tonight when I pick her up at the airport. She complained at first about the weight of the revolver. Then she shot it at 9 feet and 21 feet, 9 feet she had a 1 " group and at 21 feet she had a 1 1/2 " group with 110 Federal HST +P's on a consistant basis. Going to zero the CT at 35 feet which should give her the best range of use for up close and out further.
I am tickled silly over how accurate and easy it is to shoot the Beretta 85f .380. I do not care for the Sig 230 much because it hit back into the web of your hand pretty hard and after 25 rounds you know you've been shooting it. The CZ 83 is easy to shoot but it is a larger grip and higher capacity. The 85f is a single stack, 8 +1, grip size is just right and the angle and beaver tail all work in making it like shooting something around a 22 mag.
For anyone looking for a 380, I would suggest this over anything else and I have shot quiet a few different ones over time. The Beretta 85fs is a double stack which puts it in the same group as the CZ, kind of bulky to conceal easy for someone who can not walk around with their shirt un-tucked.
All the smaller Poly 380's are just above the .25 auto in my opinion. Their weight and design detract from their use as a defensive firearm and the ability to actually get fast reactive shots off on target with any real insurance that your going to hit what your wanting to hit is extreamly limited.
The grips are too small for medium size hands and up, the recoil is too much for Women who have hands small enough to really get a grip on them. There is not a happy medium with them, which is why I generally suggest a small nine or a revolver when size is an issue.
I carry full size combat/duty weapons but thats me, not everyone can or will do that.
anywho, yawl be good and be safe.
No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
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