[TriLUG] OT: Guns
volcimaster at gmail.com
Thu May 29 15:53:42 EDT 2008
I know lots of people who both claim to be christian and not who go to pdhsc
they have the nicer of the two indoor ranges in raleigh that i have been to
(eagle1 being the other)
the big thing i didn't like about eagle1 was their lack of ventilation -
after every shot the cordite smell was pretty strong
On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 3:26 PM, Jim Tuttle <jjtuttle at trilug.org> wrote:
> I talked to the people at Personal Defense & Handgun Safety Center, Inc.
> and they have a .40 XD, which looks great. Does anyone know if you have
> to be a fundamentalist christian to go there? I had hoped to avoid
> whackjobs, but the place seems great otherwise.
> Also, can anyone comment on the ported XD? Less muzzle jump seems like
> a nice idea.
> Thanks everyone,
> burnett at pobox.com wrote:
> > On Thu, 29 May 2008, Jim Tuttle wrote:
> >> I'm thinking about buying a Glock 22, but have never fired either a
> >> Glock or a .40S&W pistol. Anyone know where I can try one? A couple of
> >> larger questions I have are 1) are there any recommended ranges in the
> >> area and 2) anyone ever take a pistol course in the area?
> > 1)
> > north Raleigh:
> > http://www.eagle1supply.com/
> > (Davi's Guns in north Raleigh closed its pistol range earlier this
> > Eagle1 doesn't have pistols for range rental, it's a bring your own.
> > south Raleigh:
> > http://www.pdhsc.com/
> > Tends to have a decent selection of pistols for rental for range use, at
> > least a couple of Glocks usually. I would be unsurprised that they had a
> > Glock 22 available for range use, and I would suggest you call them and
> > ask.
> > best,
> > Badger
> >> I've got a very small 9mm and was thinking about a .45ACP, a caliber I
> >> have experience with, but the Glock 22 seems pretty highly recommended.
> >> However, in a crisis (such as a zombie attack), it seems like a more
> >> common caliber would be much more useful, thus recommending a .45. I
> >> was thinking of the Glock 21.
> >> Also, anyone have a concealed carry permit in the area?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Jim
> >> N.B. I'm writing this email to TriLug because, while the topic is
> >> clearly not on-topic, I have the notion that libertarian-types also like
> >> guns. The same cannot, I believe, be said about librarians.
> >> libertarian != librarian.
> ---Jim Tuttle
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