Tuesday, June 14, 2005

.32 Winchester Special

Kim du Toit is looking to replace his 1894 Winchester in .32 special. I mention this because it is the same kind of gun my brother inherited from my grandfather this past year. The '94 a nice gun although .30-30 is a more common caliber than .32 special. If he ever points out a Sears 20 gauge that looks the my gun I inherited, I'll let you know.

Unfortunately neither of us has had an opportunity to really shoot them. My brother broke his leg before we could get out to a range. I've put a few rounds through the Sears, but at a pistol range which is much less satisfying than shooting at clays. Maybe I'll do that on my extra day this weekend.

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