Left to right: Ruger LC9, Glock G34 and S&W 64 (mine), Glock 23 and Glock 27 (Woodys)...all fun to shoot.
Man, when you think of Minnesota you think of thick woodlands and lakes. I would figure that guns would be all the rage there and hunting. Well, in a way they are...apparently as long as its hunting related. I guess, according to Woody, gun clubs are few and far between and the ones that exist are mostly private and have long waits to become a member. In addition, if you want to purchase a firearm you need to go to your local LE jurisdiction and get a card or something that is only good for 6 months at a stretch and can only be used to by so many guns in that period. Seriously? Thank God for what we have in Ohio!
I finally got a chance to shoot the 10/22 a bit more that I got back from Ruger with the new receiver. I shot a few rounds through it on Veterans Day, but only a mag worth (about 10). This time I took a whole bunch with me and just burned through them to make sure it ran like it should. Had a couple of issues it looked like it was ammo related as the rims were dented, but other than that the little shooter shot like a Ruger is supposed to. Even took my new BX-25 mag from them out and made it rain .22 brass a bit...
Thanks for fixing it Ruger!! Nest Stop, Appleseed III!