I like them in a lot of situations and calibers... but probably not in a P-32. The general concensus is: FMJ or Winchester Silvertips.Charger01 said:One of the chief reasons I'm going to pick up a P32 is because of the 10 round capacity.
Now, I know I'm thread hopping, but what's your opinion on Hydrashocks?
Hope you don't mind me jumping in here Flyer. That is the business end of a Sure Fire 6P with the LE blue lens cap. Just like my scope a simple flip and even the dirtiest gun has a clean lens. Check out another view of my lil KT 22.Charger01 said:Hey flyer, if that's an SU, what the hell is that optic thingy? Just a scope, or is it underbarrel?
Well that is the main reason for the way I carry my P-32. The secondary reason is I would like the most penetration for my follow up shots. If my gun goes bang and the BG say "HAHA I am half Russian on my Dads side don't you love my Winter coat?" I want to be able to go through the thick clothes and/or tough muscles.Flyer said:Some folks just don't trust hollowpoints not to jam and use one for the chamber only.
Agreed, and timing is everything. I wasn't expecting to see that here, but ROTFLMAO.Midiman said:
Only Half Red Neck! Dang It! My dads Mexican! Anyone wanna come help me cut the grass from 'round my Pick Up? I need some them there Blocks for a project.norfdet893 said:
Well Cheryl I am glad you asked. That scope is one of the finest scopes I have ever used. It is variable from 2x to 10x. This allows me to use the Light gathering ability of today's finest optics with my Flash light. Together they allow clean shots out to 50 feet or more. Also the light acts as a way of aiming the Rifle for close up work.CherylT said:Ok, gun nut tell me why it is that you have a flashlight and a scope mounted on a rifle? House gun? Does the flashlight help with 100-yard shots in the dark?