More fun than practical.

That’s about high heels.

The carbine itself is fairly practical, especially with a red dot installed. Fire can be commenced once eye and ear protection are added.

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7 Responses to More fun than practical.

  1. Шикарная фотография
    Все друг друга допоняет. От глушителя до улыбки и волос 🙂

  2. Carl H says:

    Cute girl. And I’d say that even if she was unarmed.

  3. JohnG says:

    Some thugs are finding a practical use for the rifle 🙁

  4. LarryArnold says:

    I do suggest that all my students who wear high heels should sometimes practice in them.

    • Sean says:

      that seems logical to me. if they wear heels a lot/most of the time then it only makes sense to practice in the shoes you wear regularly…

  5. federalist says:

    Why is ear protection required on a suppressed .22LR?

    • Oleg Volk says:

      It’s not suppressed, the “can” is just a barrel shroud. Also, others at the range may be firing without suppression, and the noise of bullets on backstop can be quite loud.

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