By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “Ballistic Therapy, part 2”
  1. Ok, where did you get the speed loaders?? They look nice to use. ( side note- 10 years ago I went to this town wide yardsale, an antique store there had a bunch of stuff in boxes. I dug thru them and found a belt with 8 speed loader pouches/ holders and SIX speed loaders in them. I held it up and said “how much??” The guy says “a dollar “ ??? Like it was too much.. SCORE all 6 fit my Smith). Keep shooting Sir!!

  2. I long ago had a Smith&Wesson “L” frame 357 with a the serrated trigger. I was handloading at the time and shot it a lot. That trigger would make my finger suffer serious pain. I took some good quality silicone and laid a 1/8″ layer on the serrations and fell even deeper into loving shooting that pistol.

  3. I love the Safariland Comp-3 Jet-loaders! I have six of them for my S&W 586 6″. I picked them all up from a very nice older gentleman who decided to sell them (along with several other guns and accessories) because he was getting too old to see very well and his arthritis was making shooting too difficult. His kids didn’t want them in their houses due to “reasons”.
    I got the gun, loaders, competition belt and holster along with a Safariland competition box with the cool loading trays for quickly refilling the speed loaders between stages.
    I did an action/trigger job on the 586 and it is now smooth as glass in double action. It is now my “teaching gun” for introducing new shooters to medium revolver calibers once they are comfortable with a .22. Using .38 wadcutters in a L-Frame 6″ revolver is a great way to teach double action trigger control and sight alignment off a sandbag. Nothing beats a student with a big smile on their face after they shoot a pistol target at 15-25 yards with 6 nice overlapping holes in the bullseye. Makes me all warm and fuzzy just thinking about it.
    I think I need some ballistic therapy for myself…

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