The wife let me buy my own b-day present this year. Got me the 4595 carbine. Got a change to shoot it a few weekends ago. Very fun. Next to nothing for recoil and noise. Very accurate, at 25 yards I was shooting the same groups as my kids shooting the AK and SKS. Thinking about using this bad boy for deer hunting season in the fall. I will be hunting with a group of guys in an area mostly flat with a few rolling hills, would be nice to shoot a round that I don't have to worry about it going too far in the open, so a 45ACP would be perfect for that. Looking at shots of between 50-100 yards. So....I have a few boxes of Underwood 255GR hard cast flat nose ammo. It's split between 45 ACP +P and 45 Super. I know it would not be a good idea feeding this thing a steady diet of 45 Super, but I'm thinking that a few rounds of this stuff here and there...... Anybody been shooting 45 Super out of their carbine??