Mine was a stout piece of "Y" shaped stick with a piece of inner tube running from each end of the "Y" to a leather patch cut out of an old boot. Shot rocks and ball bearings pretty good to terroize the neighborhood cats and stray dogs when I was younger, LMAO!
I had one of those too, lol. We use to have battles using jolly ranchers they would explode on contact and sting, oh just a little.:ooooh:
Originally Posted by xringer3
- Bill Nolen
My first handgun was a tiny Belgium made 4-shot revolver, with a 1-inch barrel, and a folding trigger. (no trigger guard) I believe it was .32 cal.
I was 15, and the revolver had been brought back, along with some Lugers and P-38's from Germany at the end of WW2 by my step-dad.
Needless to say, but I wanted one of the Lugers!:smile2:
- Patrick Courtney
Hey Dayton: Mine was a Hi-Standard 22,bought it used for $15.00 Those were the days !!! :ooooh:
I did too Bill! My brother in law had promise to bring me back a Luger but they divorced before he came to our house after the war.
Originally Posted by Old Bill
My first handgun was a Smith & Wesson 6904 9mm. It's a nice small compact gun.
Mine was a beretta 22 semi auto. Had a hammer and a 4 inch barrel. I don't remember the model number. I can't remember what became of it?:ooooh:
- Alan Mc
Mine was a Ruger Redhawk 44 mag., What a blast. I sold it before I lost my hearing....:cool2:
mine was a S&W .22 with a 7.5 fluted bull barrel.
Very nice gun and accurate as all get out plus it is cheap enough to shoot to go have fun with it.
- Ken Smith
M1911A1 .45 Goverment model