Range visits are always thought-provoking. Even though I do not own a weapon, my first thought with a gun is: is this a gun I should buy? Does it feel right in my hand and do the bullets go where I want them to?
First, we shot the CZ 513 Basic, a .22 rifle. Every time I squeezed the trigger, the bullet went where I thought it was going. It looked a lot like this rifle, minus the diamond-checkered stock, suppressor, and scope:
The CZ 452, like a CZ 513 Basic but with a diamond-checked stock, suppressor, and scope.
We stuck with a 22 caliber, mostly because one of my friends had little experience shooting guns. And she is tiny. Hence, the Browning Buck Mark Camper:
The Browning Buck Mark Camper, a pleasant .22
Honestly, the Ruger Mark II that I shot here was a better weapon. It felt more balanced in my hands. But the Buck Mark was pleasant. I would not refuse one if I received it as a gift.
The last pistol we shot was the Sig Arms P232 380. It has a James Bond-ish look to it. Although a little small, it has a nice feel. My major problem with it is that I could not consistently place bullets where I wanted to put them. It does look cool, though:
Sig Arms P232 380 Auto
The worst day on the range is better than the best day at work. Unless, of course, you work on the range. I did get a good picture of me with an AR. I think the camera may have added a pound or two. . .