Just hickok45 shooting his suppressed Beretta 21A (VIDEO)

Man those guns are cute. It’s OK to say that, it’s not unmanly. The Beretta 21A is straight-up cute. It belongs in a basket with a kitten and a puppy trying to climb their way out for a bowl of cream. How can you say it’s anything but cute?

And with that can the plates make more noise than the gun. Tactical cuteness. It’s by the North Carolina Silencer company. For about this and other Federal Premium ammo go here.

Since you’re reading this instead of doing what you’re supposed to be doing, slacker, why don’t you head over to the hickok45 YouTube channel. There’s plenty more where that came from.

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