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Sunday, 19 April 2015

The Worst Gun I Ever owned:

I found this good piece on 'The Firearm Blog' - written by Melody Lauer.

It is so well worth reading that you really should Google: Ten Lessons Learned From The Worse Gun I Ever Owned.

Melodys .40"S&W  Kimber Ultra-Carry.

Here's a brief summery of what it's about:

LESSON 1 – DEFENSIVE CALIBERS DON’T HAVE TO START WITH “4”
LESSON 2 – CAPACITY IS COOL
LESSON 3 – SAFETIES ARE IRRELEVANT IF YOU ARE NOT SAFE
LESSON 4 – IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE MADE OF METAL
LESSON 5 – REPUTATIONS CAN CHANGE
LESSON 6 – FIND REPUTABLE SOURCES OF INFORMATION
LESSON 7 – GOOD CUSTOMER SERVICE MAKES LOYAL CUSTOMERS
LESSON 8 – IF IT DOESN’T FIT, IT FRUSTRATES
LESSON 9 – LOOKS DON’T MATTER (BUT THEY KIND OF DO)
LESSON 10 – NOTHING IS MORE FUN THAN A GUN THAT RUNS

If you spend money on shooting guns - and care about getting something that works - go read everything Melody Lauer has to say.

Common sense aint all that common eh - so have a read of what she's learned.

Life is good,

Marty K.

P.S: I've read several reviews of the new(ish) Glock 43 single stack 'compact' 9x19mm.

- It seems that Glock have got yet another winner here - despite arriving very "late for the party" with this one. - Still - 'better late than never' eh - and it sounds like they've got it right for both fit and function. - No go for NZ pistol shooters as the barrel is under four inches long

- Now if only they'd release a G17/19 sized .22"R.F. calibre they'd rule the world !

MK.