The scale: 1: 5
The caliber: 2mm
Weight: 27 g
How do you like it? The gun is made of nickel-based metal, which has the same hardness as weapon steel, but it is corrosion-resistant. It doesn’t require additional care, which distinguishes it from weapon steel. The guaranteed resource of the gun is 1000 shots.
10 special cartridges with hardened steel bullets. Such bullets do not deform when they hit any surface, they punch through even metal sheets, for example, cola cans.
Look at this gun in action:
With so many registered shoots going on, I thought I'd try a new range in South Jersey and visited Quinton in Salem County and have since gone back.
It's a nice facility overall, offering Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays and 5-Stand. I've been there twice for Trap and Sporting Clays and both were busy, but not crowded. On the Trap field, the shooters were pretty laid back and friendly and the woman, Lisa, who was running the show was super helpful. I went with my son and both being new to Trap, I appreciated the advice from the guys just hanging out. It's the kind of place that gets a lot of regulars and they sit around and chew the fat and, when there's enough for a squad, or when Lisa is trying to fill a squad, someone will get up and join. You know there are regulars when a shooter goes down into the trap house to check on the trap or set it up for doubles. It was a pretty good mix of people, yeah, plenty of middle-aged and elderly men, but a few women and juniors as well. It was a very comfortable place to shoot and I recommend it, though it is a haul (for me) being so far south.
They only have one Sporting Clay course as far as I know and it's nicely laid out in the woods along winding, stoned paths. We found the presentations fairly hard - definitely more difficult than the Woods course at Cedar Creek, for example. Lots of longer distance targets.
I don't shoot skeet but they have a couple of skeet ranges that look to be in good condition. I've not seen anyone on the skeet range either time I've been there.
Prices per round weren't bad - $30 for 100 Sporting Clays and $5 for a round of Trap (non-member prices). Clubhouses are nice. No ammo for sale.
I apologize if my posts were taken the wrong way. But yours were also much more adversarial than they needed to be. I suggest we drop it since further posts like that on either side don’t help anything.
As for Reloaderz. I hope they do well. NJ needs more ranges, of any and all types. Anything to expand the positive visibility and push back against the perceived stigma firearms have in this state.
that writer should be that writer should be embarrassed, you don't pick 3 handguns with a life of less than three years and claim that they are part of the best ever. I'm absolutely going to agree with the Glock just in terms of shears numbers in use reliability and other variables but the Sig the Smith & Wesson and the Heckler LOL
did you read the did you read the article? They gave the reasoning why and hard to argue against it actually.
Wow, vaguley remember it... was it when the gun first came out?
Generally though, I think the Neos, as cool as it is, was too "atypical" in a crowded marketplace dominated by the Buckmark, Ruger and to lower extent the S&W Victory/22a models.
Once you go into higher end, like SW 41 and dedicated 22lr competition guns, no contest there.
Oh Rosey!! You're my fav! I had to clarify because my phone was blowing up with notifications because I missed one word: "field" before strip. The banter won't scare me off, I'm a little more thick skinned than that! In response to spending more quality time together, I'll only agree if it means busting clays!
And a happiest of thanksgivings to your beautiful wife and family and of course that fluffy kitten of yours!
5 best? In terms of what?
If it was significance to gun industry, yes, would agree.
But best from shooting and commercial success? I would have an issue with the HK VP70 and P38.
It is tough to argue the significance of the Luger, BHP, Beretta 92 or the Glock 17.
I would probably add the HK P7 PSP to that list and would easily prefer it over the VP70.