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Old 01-24-2010, 05:50 PM   #11
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With all that info why is it on a stripped lower?
I assume it is a custom engraving job, and I got nuttin else. Maybe a custom rifle build for none other than Rob Zombie himself...
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But 44mag and 44 auto mag do not interchange which would defeat the point....It would be interesting though.
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But 44mag and 44 auto mag do not interchange which would defeat the point....It would be interesting though.
What Rusty, you don't carry a Wildey?

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I don't know about the big magnum calibers, but several makers have produced both 9mm and .45ACP versions of the AR platform.

I have toyed with building a .45ACP AR for a few years now. The reason would be simplicity like you are talking about. Stock up on a .45 ammo and have one round for my sidearm and my short range long gun.

Hmmmm...... *thinking*

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Too late...been done

MGI Military - .45ACP Hybrid AR
Yeah but that would require buying a Glock...I purely speculating here but I think JD would rather have a blood transfusion from 1000 infected 3rd world prostitutes.
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I'm not sure how good these are, but very intriguing:

MGI Military .45 Hybrid M3 Blowback

MGI Military .460 Hybrid

MGI Military, MGI Military

Worth a look anyway,

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What Rusty, you don't carry a Wildey?

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Did you get my PM for my daily pain in the ass question?
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I'm not sure how good these are, but very intriguing:


MGI Military .460 Hybrid


Worth a look anyway,

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OK now your just messin' with me...I searched all over that site for the 460....lol

edit: Found it...I was looking for the 460 S&W
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Too late...been done

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I've seen that before. I have also looked at the dedicated upper from Oly Arms. Just not sure, because......

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Yeah but that would require buying a Glock...I purely speculating here but I think JD would rather have a blood transfusion from 1000 infected 3rd world prostitutes.
While you would be correct almost 100% of the time, IF I was able to get my hands on the Kriss Super V, I would definitely be willing to buy a few Glock mags to feed the beast.

I ALMOST bought one last year when the election results came in. I was *this* close, but I didn't step up and pay the $1800 that the local dealer wanted. I am waiting for the new and improved version, or for teh version that someone figured out. Well. Let's not go there....

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