Saturday, June 24, 2017
Sunday, June 18, 2017
Thursday, June 08, 2017
Recently I lost all the links in my "wilsonblog favorites" section. I don't know if the problem was me or Blogger but they were just gone one day. If I used to have a link to your site or blog but don't now let me know. I rebuilt it from memory and there is always the chance I could have forgotten someone. Also, if you are linked to wilsonblog and would like reciprocal link let me know that too. Thanks!
Monday, May 29, 2017
Another Memorial Day is here, another summer about to begin. Before with get on with our sporting events, cookouts and get-togethers, let us stop and remember what the day is really for.
Monday, May 22, 2017
Sunday, May 14, 2017
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
I went shooting again Monday. The weather was perfect although a little cool for May, in the 40s when I left the house.
This time I took my Smith & Wesson "J" frame revolvers with me for practice. The Bodyguard and then later the lightweight Centennial I used quite a bit for several years. The Bodyguard 649 (upper right) was actually my first carry gun and my only one up until 2000. Now I hardly use any J-Frames at all.
For the last couple of years I haven't carried them except the lightweight 342PD (left) that sometimes I keep in my pocket around the house. Occasionally I will carry it instead of a reload for my main gun.
The third J-Frame is a 1953 vintage Chiefs Special (lower right) that's had a hard life. I've never carried that one. It's mostly retired now and is a backup to my backup.
Snub-nose revolvers are probably the hardest handguns to shoot accurately and I wasn't doing too well Monday. I was barely keeping the shots in the black (5-Inch). I hadn't practiced with them in a while and it showed. I actually did best with the 342PD. It's a lightweight gun but it always been the best shooting J-Frame I've owned. All three revolvers are unmodified but the trigger on that one was a little better from the factory. I was pretty rusty with these three and no doubt need to get them back to the range soon.