I loaded it with a mixture of .38 SPL and .357 magnum. The rifle is loaded through a tubular magazine
I was able to get the rod out to reload the rifle but I couldn't get the rod to rotate to lock the rod in place. I attribute this to the rifle being "new". I wound up going to the guy behind the counter and asking for a set of pliers to help out.
A sign I saw as we were leaving the range. This is a subtle dig at the range
that closed down near me that was high speed and low drag, but was broken into several times and guns stolen. The belief in the area that it was an inside job and the employees were in on it. I had commented that if I had scored the lottery, I would have bought the location and the foreclosed range and had totally new people run it,none of the dipshits that were there before. I wouldn't know which one was in on heists, maybe even poach my buddy Mack and pay him enough money to make the drive worthwhile for him and have him run the place and offer courses, training and a fun place to shoot. Doesn't hurt to dream, LOL
"5 worst kinds of gun shop employees"
Hire people not like this....
After dropping my son off with the Church group, I then went home to get started on a project that was percolating in my mind....yeah...scary...
I cleaned up the closet, and repainted it then hung in a new shelf system. The goal is to neatify stuff and clear off some counter space.
And finally on a political note....The democrats have assumed control of the house of representatives....and guess what started already....
They have already filed.......sheesh