If the sandpaper cracks when folded, it's the cheap stuff. I often use belt sander belts for hand sanding in rougher grits because they last forever and are stiffer in the hand.
Went out and blasted a dozen rounds from the 44 today. It packs a wallop. Action was decent. Not great but OK. Hard to get used to firing without a rest point. The single point sling helps, but I need practice. I think with practice and a bungee sling this is a lot of punch in a small package. New sights are a must!
If any of your RH owners are thinking about getting this cool little carrying-case, be sure to tell them that (when they're ordering it) to specify that the interior length must be at least 24" or ... otherwise ... the RH won't fit.
The standard off-the-shelf 24" model probably won't work. I speak from experience ...
Last edited by boomer49; 05-10-2012 at 10:19 AM.
So what the hell do I say to a cop if he questions the non restrictedness of this thing?
some local cops were at the range the other day when I was trying mine out and they already knew all about the ranch hand. Its becoming a pretty well known firearm so I can't see it being a problem.
Speed is fine, but accuracy is final
Its not the bullet with your name on it. Its the one addressed "To Whom it May Concern" that you have to worry about.
I keep a copy of the registration in my gun case at all times...just in case.
With non-restricted there is no longer a legal reason to have certificates.
With restricted, keeping the certificates in the case is silly because you can't legally open the case anywhere but home or the range. (Or if you live at the range then (sing along now) 'home home on the range where the deer and the antilope play. Where never is heard a ... '.)
That said, I understand if a CZ-858-2 (non-restricted) owner decides to keep their registration certificate with them. And frankly, being a free society, I also have no problem with people keeping all their registration certs with them, regardless of the law's absent-requirement.
And if you live in Quebec, ignore this post in its entirety, and please accept my sorrows.
When your only tool is the sledgehammer of curtailed freedom, every crisis is a nail. (CSSA, NFA)