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Old 01-15-2017, 07:02 PM   #11
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I want one in 9mm. That will do as much as .38spc and ammo is much cheaper. Same with .45apc. It will be almost the same performance wise to what factory loaded 45 colt is and unless the charter is a beefed up one i dont think they would recommend any hotter loaded 45 colt.
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I like the idea of moon clips too,,its like a built in speed loader kinda sorta.
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I’m still going to get one. I really like the 45 ACP round and I like the idea of shooting that round out of a SA/DA revolver, especially when the price, in my case, is affordable.

I was at my LGS yesterday and they had a used S&W 625 JM (Jerry Miculek) that they were asking $750 for it. A beautiful SS model that is butter smooth, one pound single action trigger pull and with a nice lockup but unfortunately, way out of my price range. In addition, It's a fairly big revolver. With the pitbull, I may be more comfortable CC it.
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Definition of clip
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: any of various devices that grip, clasp, or hook
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: a device to hold cartridges for charging the magazines of some rifles; also : a magazine from which ammunition is fed into the chamber of a firearm
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: a piece of jewelry held in position by a clip
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I'm interested in a Charter Arms for the Sinister, they're they only folks that make a left-handed revolver.
What's the SINISTER? Sister-In-Law?

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I was at my LGS yesterday and they had a used S&W 625 JM (Jerry Miculek) that they were asking $750 for it. A beautiful SS model that is butter smooth, one pound single action trigger pull and with a nice lockup but unfortunately, way out of my price range. In addition, It's a fairly big revolver.
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Jerry Miculek knows a little about ultra-fast performance. His record 12 shots, two loads of six with a reload in between, in under three seconds set the standard for speed shooting. Smith & Wesson and Jerry Miculek have collaborated to design a revolver to deliver ultra-fast performance - the Model 625 JM.
$750 sounds like a Bargain!
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Well, thanks to you my fire has been rekindled also.
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What's the SINISTER? Sister-In-Law?
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/sinister

A nasty thing to call lefties. The 11 year old.
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