Non-Incendiary Image of the Day: Heaven’s Where You Find It Edition

The rabbi sent me this pic of the NRA range in New Mexico. Lucky bastard.

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  1. avatar Ryan Finn says:

    Absolutely beautiful. What I would give for that view.

  2. avatar Paul R says:

    This looks like the Whittington Ranch in NM. I was fortunate to instruct on the pistol line for NRA’s Women’s Wilderness Escape in 09 and agin in 10 thus spent almost 2 weeks at the Whitt in the “Founders Cabins” each year. It really is a magnificent place!

  3. avatar Lance says:

    It’s the American Southwest. Accept no substitutes.

  4. avatar Beretta PX4 Storm says:

    I’ve never owned a HP handgun but wanted to see what others were saying about the manufacturer in case I decide to purchase one. Holy shit all you guys are funny , I actually read through alot of the reviews cause they were so entertaining. I’m surprised by people getting so upset when sometime comments negative about HP or vice versa. It’s like you feel as if they’re insulting you for owning a cheap ASS gun. I’m telling you right now I’d buy one just cause of the price if I didn’t like it I’d sell it or return it. Hi Point should be happy to have so many advocates.

  5. avatar Anthony W. Parran, Sr. says:

    Hello. My first and only gun has been the C9. I have fired about 150 through it without a failure. The slide hasn’t even come anywhere near my hand as you have shown. It is heavy and I like it because it limits the amount of climb. I have always set my target at 25 feet and will get a baseball size shot grouping. My only complaint is associated with the weight but more due to my lower back injury and trying to haul that weight in a concealed carry. As I read your article, I thought I had missed something when you said you hadn’t hit the target at 9 feet. I have a really hard time believing that. Even if you were too close your eyes and aim in the general direction, you’d hit the target. Anyway, wouldn’t trade my C9.

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