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Old 06-05-2012, 09:15 PM   #191
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Having said that, you guys believe what you want, but the science is in and it ain't on your side.
That really sounds great, but all that gelatin,

chronograph, formula crap is going to be off in a laboratory

somewhere, when the SHTF, not helping us to try to steady

a heavy, stiff, overpowered, DA revolver singlehanded...
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That really sounds great, but all that gelatin,

chronograph, formula crap is going to be off in a laboratory

somewhere, when the SHTF, not helping us to try to steady

a heavy, stiff, overpowered, DA revolver singlehanded...
Well, that IS a fact----Be it heavy revolver or liteweight simi-auto-
Them that never have will never know till it happens to them.....
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Maybe we should consider what the "Secret" Service and DEA use... Oh, no, they're too busy in Sow' America.

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this has devolved into me having to go back three pages to delete personal attacks. i think this topic is done for now.

if you guys want to discuss the 9mm topic, it start a new thread and keep it peaceful.

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