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Old 01-31-2009, 03:41 AM   #21
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So?! Where is my f**king range report?!?!? I have another name for my project and have almost all the money for my project - what's up with the weapon?! Is it worth the investment?? OR what?!?!

We want to know man - speak up.....

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Psyche!! It’s just my M1911A1 w/comp, Hogues and trigger.

I don’t think the old girl could handle the Rowland rounds.

I am working on my own Fenrir project.

When you show me yours, I’ll show you mine.

That didn’t sound right, did it??
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What about the XM18 (Minigun) that Jesse Ventura (Blain Cooper) used in Predator? macho enough?

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What about the XM18 (Minigun) that Jesse Ventura (Blain Cooper) used in Predator? macho enough?
Yea, if you got a fork truck to haul it around for you.

You have any idea what a 4K 7.62 round ammo can weighs, not to mention the M134?

Jesse (gotta love those steroids) Ventura couldn't carry 4 thousand cartridge links let alone the armament!

Got to love the poetic license of Horneywood though!!

GREAT silver screen sh1t!!!
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Nothin' in .458 Lott . . . whoosies ! ! !

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Nothin' in .458 Lott . . . whoosies ! ! !
Bring it we're up to it woos...

Let's see you put the Lott in a government frame!!
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OK you HO, I'll go first, what's the saying? First liar always loses?

This is the mock-up of the Canebrake Fenrir. I will be using my XSE as the donor gun.



It is the basic system sans the Clark barrel.



I have installed a compensator to simulate the Clark Custom .460 Roland kit.

Once the parts get here I will give it a test drive and post the obligatory RR.

I intend to send the slide/barrel to Todd at Customized Creationz for engraving and finishing.

Like you, additional cash needs to be raised to take the next step. I’m getting close to just selling the Impala and buying more “useful” toys!
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Oh, it's on like Donkey Kong Cane.... trying to steal my thunder you bastard.

I am going to have to step up my saving limits for the .460 Rowland project....

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Oh it's your thunder huh?

Check the thread sparky, you were red-tip white-canein' around for a 44 Mag 1911 you d0uche bag. I was the one that suggested the 460.

Then it took half a dozen prodding posts to get you off dead center, with the coup de grace being the rejection of my MOST PERFECT name suggestion for the project??

I’m not stealing your thunder, I’m doing it. The real FENRIR! Get with it or get out of the way.

You may be better off just sitting on the porch while the big dogs run with this one!

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That's it! You've gone to far. I was looking for a 44 Magnum chambered 1911. Then you hit me with this .460 Rowland situation and I didn't want to do it. You could have just gone on your merry, Too much Sun & Boubon induced haze, but NNNNNOOOOOOO!! You had to start poking and prodding, then you issued a challenge and I accepted it.

Be the first to build the .460 Rowland on an existing frame for the Forum as a whole.

I gave you mad props on the name, but I wasn't going to take it because about the time I got serious, you went all One Flew over the Cuckoos nest and started doing your own build.

So, no quarter shall be asked and no quarter given - we will let the good members here decide who has the better end product....*rubbing hands together gleefully*

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