Saturday, I went out and threw some lead down range.
The Glock 32 is getting better used to me, and I am pretty much staying in the black. Only down point is the grip seems too small. I have been told there are extensions available, just haven't gotten a round tuit yet.
Then ran a hundred rounds thru the Rock Island .38 Super. What a surprise, I didn't really think I was gonna like this gun, cuz, I didn't get along with the 1911's they issued in the Corps.
The sights are a little small for this ole cuss, but she is steady, and keeps them rounds in close proximity to the center of the target.
The other day, Kim du Toit ran a post on the Taurus Thunderbolt, .357. Its a rifle chambered in .357, and .38 special, with a fourteen round capacity.
Now, that is right up my alley. With a Smith & Wesson 686, I can stock up lotsa ammo for .357 and .38 and can use it with either weapon.