I almost bought a 5000s as it is a nice concealed weapon. Like you I don't hunt but used to when I was a kid. Now I only shoot clay pidgeons.greyflash said:I have a beautiful Beretta 5000S 9mm and a concealed carry permit to go with it. I enjoy a little target shooting on occasion in order to keep my skills up. I have qualified expert on the Treasury Dept. range in Wash. D.C. After serving 10 years in the military it just seemed like something I wanted to do. I do not hunt animals except with a camera.
I'm with you on that one.Retief said:Sure wish the nation would wake up and understand how nice "carry reciprocity" would be....
Well they're not real guns and if they sell paintball kits at Target, how dangerous can it be?Patrick Bramlett said:I don't like paint ball. I was brought up to never point any gun at something you didn't want to destroy. That goes for toy guns too.
Haha...if you met me, I am the complete opposite! I think guns are like cameras, it's more like admiring and respecting a well engineered product. It's what people do with those products that determines the negatives and positives.Retief said:
Hi Jonathan! I'm thinkin' about your history: your stolen D100, getting run over, the seamy Hollywood scene and all. I'd say a small but high caliber machine gun like an Uzi or Mack would be just the thing for a little stress relief. Hang it with a camera strap on your left side under a jacket. You never know when you're gonna run into one of those m.... uh, miscreants, and they'll never know what hit 'em.Jonathan F. said:Any gun people in here? I'm thinking of getting into handguns and rifles. I think it would be fun and stress relieving to go to a shooting range. Any advice on what to get?