Thanks, Paul. Looks like a great little pistol that I need to check out. My older Ruger MkII target pistol is great but a bit heavy and bulky for anything other than pure target shooting. This looks like the appropriate size to let the kids shoot and learn. While I prefer my .40 and .45 for self defense but this could do the trick in some circumstances with the right ammo…and it’s smaller and lighter.
This may be a silly question but…why do so many shooters wear sunglasses with yellow lenses?
Here is an explanation of what a yellow lens does for you:
The added contrast will decrease fatigue and increase visual acuity when driving in fog or haze, in overcast conditions, and at evening/night. For these same reasons, bikers, pilots, tennis players, hunters, and sport shooters can benefit from this lens.
When you wear a yellow lens everything appears to be more sharp, contrasty, etc.
Stick with the Mark 2 unless you want to teach your kids how not to hit a target. I’m guessing that, like my P22Walther, this short-barrelled gun is hard to shoot with much accuracy. Steve Sommerer
Actually, as you can see on the video, it is quite accurate.
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