Two Thousand Rounds

Following Boston’s admonition to turn ammo into knowledge and experience, the wife and I are about to expend most of my remaining stash of 9mm in LMS Defense’s two-day Pistol I course. We took this class a couple years ago; long past due for a refresher.

She will be using our Glock 19s; 3 magazines minimum for the class, and I could only find 5, so she gets them all, and my Glock will be her backup. I pulled the Beretta 92FS out of storage since I have plenty of mags for that. DA/SA FTW, dammit!

Class is at Sac Valley so we’re staying at the Citizen Hotel in Sacramento, across the way from Phlegm Park, home of the homeless when I interned in the Capitol nearly two decades ago. I spotted the lobbyists as soon as I walked into the bar: still soulless, animated husks trying and failing to look glamorous. That’s not Sac, sorry.


Dinner at the Grange. The trout is the best I’ve ever tasted, and I’ve had a lot of trout.

Tomorrow it’s hours of pistol drills.


Tonight it’s a delightful ahi tartare, Four Roses, and to bed.


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4 Responses to Two Thousand Rounds

  1. Bobby says:

    Hope you and the wife have an amazing time. Tell Josh hi for me.

  2. Mollbot says:

    So how did it go?

  3. Davidwhitewolf says:

    Bobby, it was great, and Josh & Scott remembered you and said hi back.

    Mollbot, this was the most valuable training my wife and I have ever received. Among many, many, other things, I learned in about as definitive a way as you can get that for me, the Glock 19 is a far superior gun in my hands than my beloved Beretta 92s. That was worth the price of admission.

  4. Mollbot says:

    Sweet. I can’t enjoy shooting a Glock though I know many do.

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