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Old 11-12-2012, 11:09 PM   #11
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To the best if my knowledge the python was 357 mag only the 44 mag was tagged as the Anaconda. The biggest big snake. (I have an Anaconda in 6" stainless) and out of all my handguns it's the one I love to shoot most and the one and only that I will NEVER sell.

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The M&P 15 Sport is a damn fine gun, IF YOU CAN FIND ONE! And the price is right to. But no one seems to have them in stock right now. Here's a good video review on it.

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The M&P 15 Sport is a damn fine gun, IF YOU CAN FIND ONE! And the price is right to. But no one seems to have them in stock right now. Here's a good video review on it.

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I kind of dumb a$$ed my way into one about a year ago. paid 700ish including a trade. I will never get rid of it
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Old 11-16-2012, 03:19 AM   #15
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I kind of dumb a$$ed my way into one about a year ago. paid 700ish including a trade. I will never get rid of it
Hi Mannumman. I looked real hard for one of these, but they're just not available right now. I expect S&W's production to catch over time, and then I may spring for one. How do you like yours? Is there anything you don't like about it? I reload for all of my guns, but I've heard a lot of these tactical 5.56's put a nasty dent in the case upon ejection, making them unsuitable for reloading. Do your fired cases look like they're suitable for reloading (assuming they're brass and boxer primed).

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I don't reload for it but i save all of my brass just incase. I don't notice any case damage. There really isn't anything I don't like about the gun. You do know it doesn't have the forward assist or dust cover right? I have thousands of rounds through it and have never needed a forward assist. I find it to be extremely reliable with a wide range of ammo which doesn't seem to be true for all ar's

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I don't reload for it but i save all of my brass just incase. I don't notice any case damage. There really isn't anything I don't like about the gun. You do know it doesn't have the forward assist or dust cover right? I have thousands of rounds through it and have never needed a forward assist. I find it to be extremely reliable with a wide range of ammo which doesn't seem to be true for all ar's
Thanks Magnumman. I knew about the lack of a dust cover and forward assist. That's no big deal for me. The part about no damage of fired cases was REAL helpful. I might just have to pick one of these up (if I can ever find one).

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