I had the distinct pleasure to make confetti with Canebrake while I was in Florida recently at a range which lived up to every descriptor he used: Dirty, smoky, cheap, and very user-friendly. Both of us tried to get pics to commemorate the outing, and I failed just slightly less than he did. To answer the question everyone is asking, yes, he did bring the Defender. She shoots as good as she looks, owing to (from my perspective) well thought-out surface work in the grip areas which never ate a rat and some really nice sights. Elsie showed up (I love small framed guns) and once I figured out the sights, decided that if I ever start running again I'll carry one in my sock. Lots of punch in a small, light package. On to the next pic. Maybe I should refer to it as the only other one that doesn't look like Salvador Dali took it. Ladies and gentlemen, the back of Cane's head. I can't quote models very well because I'm not a gun guy, I'm just a guy who carries and shoots whenever he can. That's the .44 Mag that he brought, along with a sweet project Fenrir .460, and that Browning 9mm frigging sweetheart that I am meant to own some day. And I brought my Tupperwear. Where I live there is no range which permits rapid fire, double-taps and other such fun, but Revere Gun Range does, and I have to say that at times we abused the privelege. The shooting was a hoot, and Cane's interweb persona doesn't do him justice. Next time, we'll get the camera issue straight!