Monday, September 29, 2014

Quote du jour

"Enter the derringer and its most popular iteration of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Remington Model 95. Introduced in 1866 and manufactured until 1935, it was chambered in .41 Short Rimfire. Purpose- designed to be fired from small-framed handguns, field performance reports of the .41 Short ranged from "definitely effective if you can get the barrel up your attacker's nose" to "I would have got him if he hadn't stepped behind that curtain."
-Ed Combs


  1. Sounds like an old man's sexual prowess ... I should know.

  2. .41 Short? You have my sympathies!


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