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Old 05-20-2011, 03:06 AM   #21
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Hands down, the .357 Chiappa Rhino!
Holy subtropical animals, Batman.. What is that?
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Hands down, the .357 Chiappa Rhino!
That's one fugli gun, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't want to shoot it just to see how the muzzle flip is affected. I bet it's more like the 'push' of a .45 than the 'flip' of a .357 snub.

Have you heard anything about how it's affected by having the sights (if you're using them) so far above the muzzle?
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RPD, or Bren. Sexy sexy guns, and both are very unique.

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i second the rpd. I know someone building one and i want to shoot it so bad when its finished.

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I vote for the 44 magnum.
Other good options might be:
A: S&W Governor 410 revovler
B: Master Piece Arms 45acp/460 Rowland rifle
C: An Ak-47 (if you dont already own one)

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I saw one of those Rhinos with a laser sight.

Just a pistol-grip-style deal.

Don't know how accurate it is, though.

I have to admit I used a tax return last year to

get a .44 Deagle, more for hedonistic delight than

practical purposes. It's a lot of fun at the range.

I imagine any pistol you can use as an anti-tank gun is.

If I can ever get it to shoot dependably, I may use it for

a sidearm while hunting with my .44 Marlin.

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and go have fun with the guns I already own. better yet, spend it on top level instruction in the best use of guns I already own.
And don't forget, there's always that "join the NRA" thing...
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The desert eagle made me a better shooter. If your grip is the slightest weak or wrong it will jam or ping your face with hot brass. With a proper grip it functions flawless. It really takes advantage of the slightest error in form.

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Well....for impratical look for a Savage Stryker, haven't made them for years but ranged from 22lr all the way to 308 in a handgun. I've seen a few of the larger calibres used in long range competitions and not a bad hunting pistol either. Bolt action handgun....whodathought? This is the 501 in 22lr. No iron sights, scope only. Left hand bolt, right hand ejection. Also very, very accurate.

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A. Buy TWO Ruger Mk IIIs,and practice your two gun mojo.
B. Buy a rifle squad's worth of M-N's, and start your own militia
C. Buy a nice 12 g side by side, a tweed jacket, and a pipe, practice looking down your nose at those upstarts with pump guns or over/unders.

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