William The Coroner’s Forensic Files

Sunday, 14, February, 2010

What I Gave My Mother for Valentine’s Day:

Filed under: Boomstick — williamthecoroner @ 13:09

She wanted a scandium-framed S&W in .44 mag., because she’s a horsepower junkie and it’s nice and light for a purse gun. I thought the second-shot time was unacceptably long in a 27 ounce gun that flops in your hand like a fresh-caught fish. (She pointed out that with a .44 you don’t need to worry about a second shot. I told you she’s into horsepower>)


  1. My wife likes to shoot my S&W M19 loaded with 158gr .357 mag rounds. She then complains about my 1911. “It’s too easy!”

    Go figger!

    Comment by Crucis — Wednesday, 17, February, 2010 @ 15:51 | Reply

  2. My Dad gave me one of his guns when I moved out on my own, I had a choice between a .44 and a .38…..I chose the .44 for the exact same reason.

    Comment by bookworm521 — Wednesday, 17, February, 2010 @ 16:24 | Reply

  3. Your mom rocks.

    That is all.

    Comment by Joe Allen — Wednesday, 17, February, 2010 @ 17:54 | Reply

  4. You just reminded me of my mother, who occasionally borrowed my Chevy when I was about 18. I don’t recall her doing so when it had the original 6 cyl, only after transplanting a MUCH breathed on big block. This ’57 ragtop would yank the front wheels off the ground shifting into 2nd gear, and the idle characteristics scared the street racers around the South Philly area so badly that no one would race me. No idea what she was doing with it, but it wasn’t what you would call a low profile ride!

    Comment by Will — Thursday, 25, February, 2010 @ 06:04 | Reply

  5. A 681. Nice!

    Comment by Tam — Sunday, 28, February, 2010 @ 00:02 | Reply

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