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Old 10-28-2010, 11:55 AM   #1
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The Magnum Research Institute's Biggest Finest Revolver. It comes in several different chamberings with long and short cylinder versions and different barrel lengths. I'm thinking of adding one to my collection in .450 marlin express with a 10 in barrel, scope, the whole 9 yards. I'm wondering what anyone thinks of it. It can be found on the mri website.



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Old 10-28-2010, 07:12 PM   #2
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Is that what that stands for?!...Heck I thought it meant big f...ing revolver...either way, it is I was looking at the 10-1/2" 45-70 model but just can't justify it...course it'd go well with my 1895 cowboy...well at least they shoot the same round...



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It's a magnificent revolver, it can also be a wrist breaker. I want one in .45-70.

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And on a side note CA357...I love your profile pic...I don't know what it is...I am a fan of horror movies...

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That's Elvira, Queen of the Dark!! Geesh, don't you remember the old Miller commercials? Oops, probably just revealed my secret identity as Old Poop.

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LOL..I remember when she did the B horror movies on Sat. nights. Even before the Miller Ads...

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It's "Elvira, Mistress of the Dark". She's still a fond memory of feminine pulchritude for me.


Google her Hill. You may be impressed.

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Oh I remember quite well...The insinuation was...it's hard to look into her eyes...if you follow my drift...

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Oh yes and a fine drift they are.

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Heck I thought it meant big f...ing revolver...
Yeah me too

Kind of like when someone asks you to hand them a BFH (Big F****n Hammer)


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