Recent content by **DRB**

  1. P3AT. What is close in weight and size?

    1. In fairness, your OP specifically states “pants” so it’s not a stretch to say belts as many here, while wearing pants also wear a belt. Perhaps you are mixing up some of the multiple threads you have going on nearly the exact same subject? 2. Maybe I’m wrong but this theme with your posts...
  2. Free of MA, now to buy that one thing I've always wanted!

    Move to a (sorta) Free State = Stamp Collecting!!!!!
  3. P3AT. What is close in weight and size?

    Never made an argument that the P365 isn’t bigger. I said it’s not really relevant for those that are actually buying a firearm as these types of comparisons aren’t actual “buying” comparisons.
  4. P3AT. What is close in weight and size?

    Dude…. Cmon…. The PM9 is no longer relevant in EVERY way because of guns like the P365. Yes, there are dimensional differences. For those of us that actually buy and shoot these guns, it’s not close. I have owned and shot a significant number of rounds through most of the guns in your many...
  5. Which current production revolver for carry?

    A scandium j-frame is a $1000 gun that very few people can actually shoot well, and even few actually want to shoot. The extra few ounces aren't worth double the price or the abuse. I wanted to love those guns, I didn't. I put probably 3500 rounds through my last j-frame - it was a decent gun...
  6. New Firearms Acquisitions September 2022

    How do you like the tripod? Will it hold a heavy gun and still be useable?
  7. New Firearms Acquisitions September 2022

    I’m on the quest for metals guns… I ordered this one back in Feb and it finally showed up at the shop.
  8. P3AT. What is close in weight and size?

    I actually really like my NAA .22mag revolver for exactly what you are talking about.
  9. P3AT. What is close in weight and size?

    I have owned two firearms that quit working while at the range - the BG380 (broken firing pin) and a Kel-Tec P32 (went click, no bang…. Then sometimes would go bang, other times no bang) The P32 was the easiest to carry gun I ever owned, but a battle to get fixed. The BG380 was warm garbage...
  10. Smith & Wesson says sales fell 69.3% as market returns to normal after the pandemic

    I don’t think the Shield is as bad as you say, but I’m not taking my money out for one! I do know that the shops I know personally sell 5 to 1 Shield vs P365. Not sure on the SA, mostly because I have owned two SA and both had more issues than all the other guns I have ever own times 3, so...
  11. Smith & Wesson says sales fell 69.3% as market returns to normal after the pandemic

    I've been here almost 14 years I think without so much as a warning. If they want to ban me for pointing out the obvious, I'm ok with that and it's well within their right to do so. Seems silly to me, as I'm literally agreeing with most of what he is saying, just adding to the point by what I...
  12. Smith & Wesson says sales fell 69.3% as market returns to normal after the pandemic

    C'mon, a post without a 🤣? Again, viewed myopically through "NES = all of MASS" It doesn't, and you know better. Most Mass residents live by the list as god, even if NES members know better. No idea where you are getting I'm a S&W fan boy, my last three purchases have been Glock, Glock, Sig...
  13. Smith & Wesson says sales fell 69.3% as market returns to normal after the pandemic

    I have never seen someone consistently write so many words with points that have already been made or are not being argued.
  14. Smith & Wesson says sales fell 69.3% as market returns to normal after the pandemic

    The “Derpdy Derp” is and has always been strong with @drgrant . Reading comp and concise point making are not his strong points.
  15. Smith & Wesson says sales fell 69.3% as market returns to normal after the pandemic

    I already agreed with you on the revolvers, I’m not defending S&W on that. 1. Skinflint works both ways. Want better QC? Well, it’s not 1972 any more and to make something nice costs a lot more and there are few people skilled enough to do. A full size revolver built the way they once were would...
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