Big enough for you?

Discussion in 'General Firearms Discussion' started by truck, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. truck

    truck Supporting Member

  2. SWAGA

    SWAGA Lifetime Supporter

    Betcha the voice over guy wears a banana hammock to the pool.

  3. Grant

    Grant Member

    I had a Taurus in the 454 Casull for a while. It was a beast.
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  4. MaryB

    MaryB Supporting Member

    I had a chance to shoot a 500sw... passed... I like my wrists intact and my carpal tunnel would not have liked me for weeks after!
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  5. Jhow79

    Jhow79 Supporting Member

    Some of those are crazy, I had a chance to pick up a AMC .44 Automag last week but we just couldn't agree on a fair price.
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  6. eldarbeast

    eldarbeast Supporting Member

    My friend 'Jonnie' carried the .454 Casull in a shoulder rig under his left arm and reloads under his right arm.
    While he could have practiced shooting .45 LC, he never did.
    Always shot .454 loads.

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    TNTRAILERTRASH Supporting Member

    Made in metric size. Assault weapon revolvers :rolleyes:
  8. Pistolkitty

    Pistolkitty Supporting Member

    Geeze.... Size does matter, but then there's practical joke big....
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  9. rmuniz9336

    rmuniz9336 Member

    44 automag mentioned by JHOW. I'd cheerfully part with a piece of my anatomy for one!

    Story about the 44. When I was a rookie officer, we had a patrol Sargent who carried a 44 magnum. When Chief Schweda came aboard, he insisted everyone demonstrate they pass a standard shooting course with their duty weapon. So our Dirty Harry wannabe get's out there with the 44. In a 50 round course, he hit the target 4 times (I guess it would be safe to say the safest place was in front on the gun). He ended up having to carry a 357 like the rest of us. At least he could handle that.

    Sorry to say, but the biggest pistol I've ever fired was a Colt 1909 chambered in 45 LC that I carried for years when I was with the Sheriff's Office. And like a moron I loaned it to my brother while I was in the Army, who left it in the sleeper of his semi, from which it was stolen.
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  10. bscar

    bscar Supporting Member