Sunday, April 27, 2014

Pictures From An Exhibition

     Presented without much comment, NRAAM 2014:
Walking

Walking...

Wait, an air rifle, you say...?

Not an air gun.  Definitely shiny!

B...A...R

He's not doing what it looks like at first.

Chiappa!  There's something appealing about the single-shot .22

R-51!  They feel good --lots of stuff happening but they've been racked a few thousand times: field-polishing!

Swag.

Cabot 1911's.  High-end, and they have the kind of extraordinary fit & finish that shows it.

When is a Ruger Mk. II not a Mk. II?  When it's an imported air pistol!  Looks like it would be fun.

Turk Turon, demonstrating that Tactical Bacon is Serious Business.
     And that's Saturday's NRA AM photo-essay.  I need to go help my Mom this morning, hoping to get downtown a bit after midday.

8 comments:

Bob said...

The two "definitely shiny" 1911's appear to be sporting grips of mammoth ivory.

Ed Jones said...

OK, Chiappa pic, third rifle from top. I that a over & under 22, cal. rifle or is it a larger caliber? Like Turk's shirt, I wear camp shirts most of the time.

Roberta X said...

I'm not sure -- it *may* be a .410 over & under. The other two are .410 (and 45LC?) over .22.

Ed Jones said...

Thanks, I checked the web page and could not find it. Maybe they will update their web in a month or two.

D.W. Drang said...

On Facespace you posted a pic of yourself shouldering what looked like a modern-day bicycle gun. One of the Chiappas?

Roberta X said...

Yes -- one of the "skeletonized" ones in the picture, in fact. I like them.

Murphy's Law said...

It was a pleasure meeting you Saturday night, even if we didn't get to talk much at all.

AM said...

And now I have Mussorgsky stuck in my head, thank you very much Miss X.

Very subtle way to plant the earworm though.