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Trying to look like an XDm
was gona say as neat as a giraffes ass with a lunch box up it, but see ebears gone for a bit..
still funny, I hope ebear sees the toon I posted!
back in the mid 80's when bucks were real tight i bought a pair of the yellow Ziess (sp?) shooting glasses, this was a big indulgence at the time..anyway, they were not idiot proff. (i know, i know, i know) but still for that sorta money.. So you could put them in backwards, and if you did it wore a spot on the lense.. in EXACTLY the wrong place.. It was a minor blur, but at just the point where the sights lined up on POA.. Really pizzed me off, and no one to blame but me.. Still think they should have made them greg proof..
was the only one there with shooting/safety glasses, including the instructor. I had my yellow for low light and green for bright daylight.
Funny thing is that one is Remington and the other is Winchester brand, I bought them on clearance at Wal*Mart for under $10 each.
BTW, I carried my ammo and odd junque in a Wal*Mart bag, told the instructor "this is my range bag", he almost lost it.
All milspec marking outside and black felt tip name and rank on the outside, pretty professional looking, didn't get the 19 out today, and appointments tomorrow, so looks like Sat for me.. This wll work out ok, as Sat is the "social time" usually have a couple other geezers there with coffee in the am and beer in the pm.. hit it right ya get both..
Back in the day when I had my first gun ( remmie 870) I was just learning how to shoot skeet. I was practicing for what I thought was a future trip duck hunting. I bought my remmie for 225.00 new and had a lot of fun. For you old farts, I was skeet shooting with the actor Robert Stack, from the "Untouchables" tv show. Well, needless to say, the skeet snobs as I will call them, didn't like my gun ejecting when I pumped the damn thing. I used a "down" vest as a shooting jacket! All the shells would fit in the pockets and away I go! I am a Redneck and didn't even know it. By the way, Robert Stack was a very nice gentleman and taught me a lot about shooting the 870.