I just recently brought home my newest acquisition and couldn’t be more pleased. I purchased my 9mm Jericho 941 from Wanstall’s in Maple Ridge and was thoroughly satisfied with their service and helpful advice. I have to admit that their store is addictive for me and I’d soon be broke and divorced if I spent anymore time and money there than I do now. Nothing like getting up close and personal with all kinds of awesome hardware!
Anyway, pics are where it’s at so, I’ve included a few. One of my favorite things about the Jericho 941 RPL or full sized model is the large, molded grip. I have larger mitts I guess and I like the bottom of the grip on a handgun to come to at least the bottom of my hand or slightly past; which the RPL model does.
I should state up front that although I am not new or inexperienced with firearms, I am however new to the world of handguns. Ever since I can remember I’ve had a distinct fascination with guns in general and pistols are no exception.
I had the privilege of growing up around firearms, primarily rifles and shotguns. I remember the first time I heard the report of my Dad’s .30-30 Winchester Model 94 lever gun…I was probably five years old and was hooked! I shot .22 short as a young kid at camp and had a .177 cal AR-15 style air rifle from about 10 years old. I had toy guns galore and I used to shoot my air rifle with great enthusiasm as a young fella.
Thoughts from my second shooting range visit
On Halloween I ended up with the evening free to myself. I could have gone to the gym, watched movies, or even eaten candy. But instead, I decided on an indoor shooting range visit since it was over a month since I had been there. Plus there was a great deal on at the time that I couldn’t resist.
As you may have read, my first visit to the shooting range was a real eye opener. I came out of it with both confidence and respect.
Below I report on the firearms I used and my thought on each for this shooting range visit: