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Old 10-22-2013, 02:10 AM   #11
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I have to admit, if you're a good shot it will only take one with a .460 magnum!
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i wonder if a person should be worried about over-penetration with that pistol!
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Rule of thumb. If your gun comes with a muzzle break, it's probably NOT suited for concealed carry.

It would make one hell of a deer gun though.
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Rule of thumb. If your gun comes with a muzzle break, it's probably NOT suited for concealed carry.

It would make one hell of a deer gun though.
ya know TWW, that's a pretty good rule of thumb there!
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Rule of thumb. If your gun comes with a muzzle break, it's probably NOT suited for concealed carry.

It would make one hell of a deer gun though.
Thats what I plan on using it for. 14inch barrel with three different ammo choices. Should make a fine deer firearm with a good scope and a lot of practice.
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Good "Home Defense" I guess you could hunt with it! Beautiful gun, but useless to me! If I can't clip it on my hip with no worries or aggravation and carry comfortably I don't want it. This is a CC Thread, Correct? Anyways, great conversation piece!!
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Here is the 1st rule of thumb . . . if it is sold WITH a bi-pod, no one makes a CC holster for it anyway!!
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What would you say to Mae West when she asks you, "Is that a gun in your pocket or are you glad to see me?"
I'd have to answer "yes".
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to both questions?
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to both questions?
To Mae West? absolutely "yes" to both questions.
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