i realize that many of us own multiple weapons, home defense, conceal carry, and we all probably train quite a bit with them…
But, when you want to go to the range and just shoot and have fun whats your favorite gun in your arsenal?
Mine has to be my Keltec Sub2k… easy to fire, pinpoint accuracy… just plain fun
My Ruger GP100. Its too big to daily carry, but, it’s a dream to shoot. Regular, off the shelf .357 is a pleasure to shoot. With 180 grain, “hot” loads, it’s a hoot. With 125 grain, self defense loads, it’s a flame thrower
I unfortunately sold my handgun favorite a few years ago. Didn’t realize how much my whole family liked it until after I sold it - a Beretta Cheetah 380 with Pachmayer rubber grips. So my new favorite handgun to shoot is my Springfield EMP-4 in 9mm.
Favorite shotgun to shoot is a Belgium built Browning A5 “Sweet Sixteen” that was built in 1958.
I only own 1 rifle, so I guess that is my favorite one
@Brad Sweet! I put off getting another 22 pistol for years. But recently realized I wanted to use the caliber for training tactical and emergency/empty magazine reloads. I got the Colt back in the mid '90s and when I started looking two months ago realized I should just get the latest Ruger (always wanted one of the mk IIIs) Then, I realized Ruger offers one of THE BEST new spare mags prices I’ve ever seen! (((Boot to Head!))
I forgot to mention I “enjoy” my P220 conversion - only one mag - and a Walther P22. But the target guns Colt and Ruger built make me feel pretty good about passing up a Model 41.
edit: **Hah! idiot: The Colt is a six-inch Colt Target. The new Ruger is a 6 7/8s Hunter! **
I shoot my EDC more often but the KelTec sub2k is really fun to shoot. A friend an I were playing with mine 2 weeks ago and it is just fun to shoot. My friend ran the target out 10 yards and peppered the target with 10 rounds. I was able to put 10 rounds in the small target in the upper left corner on the B-29 target
Winchester M-70 in 30-06 by GA Precision with US Optics glass. 210 Berger’s or 208 AMAX’s at 2800 fps. Boringly accurate at 1K, a he!! of a lot of fun at a mile. It takes 2 seconds for the bullet to get there and 2 more to hear the “THWAK!!” of it hitting steel at 1k. You can’t hear it at a mile most days.