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Thread: ruger 357/38/9mm

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    ruger 357/38/9mm

    Every now and then when I go to the range there is some loud mouth guy who is an expert on handguns. I like to mess with those guys by saying I'm going to go shoot some 9mms through my 357. Of course if they don't know I have a 357 Ruger that comes with a 9mm cylinder. That gun has won me a few bets with said "Gun experts". The trick is to not let them see you switch cylinders and have a box of empty 357s on the shooting bench. When they see me load up on 9 mills it's almost funny as they think this can't work. I'm not greedy so I keep the bets small. lol

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    For some reason I seem to attract those types when I’m at the range...

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    Yep one guy tried to tell my wife I needed a.444 for deer hunting to. There are always guys like that hanging out.

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