Me: Guns Lot T-shirt, Sturm Ruger .357, .22 pistol (Father's) - Cheese picture
I am not sure of the models of these guns, as they were given to me, but I do know that .357 is at least from the 1970's and I don't shoot it anymore these days. It is an accurate gun though.
Location: Lake Lehman, Public Range, PA
On this day, I didn't shoot either handguns in the picture. Cheese picture only! Just for you Runs. The .22, which I shot before is nothing special, didn't like shooting it on previous trips and had some problems. My Father actually took it apart and fixed it and it worked much better, but I am not a huge fan of .22s, so not much to say about it. The .357 was given to me years ago and while pretty accurate, it has developed a problem over the years. It probably needs to go into the shop for repairs...but since I am not currently in the US it will be some time before I get it in for repairs.
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