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Old 03-04-2009, 08:27 PM   #11
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NOW we're getting somewhere! And yall KNOW that after I get my 15 shot monster done, you're going to HAVE to upgrade as well!

Yall make a person feel wanted or respected-either is fine with me but I'll choose respected if I have to pick. Ya can't like somebody unless you respect them.

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NOW we're getting somewhere! And yall KNOW that after I get my 15 shot monster done, you're going to HAVE to upgrade as well!

Yall make a person feel wanted or respected-either is fine with me but I'll choose respected if I have to pick. Ya can't like somebody unless you respect them.
Awhaaaa does the teddy bear need a hug?

We respect you anyway but once you reach the "HOLY GRAIL" of one shot, one kill, why the f*** do you need 14 more?

You carry the water, I'll do a tactical reload!

Love ya bear!



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Bear, I respect you!
Well, except for that whole owning a Para thing....

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Default Pictures P-14 with .460 Rowland Kit

Finally grabbed a few minutes to find a Para P-14 and stick a kit in it to photograph.

Links to full size images . . .
http://www.clarkcustomguns.com/images/1911/460/Img_7110.jpg
http://www.clarkcustomguns.com/images/1911/460/Img_7111.jpg

This is a customer's pistol that is here for Novak tritium sights and a trigger job (otherwise, I would have loaded it up and gotten some video of me shooting it).

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You would have to make me drool and restart my yearning for 1 all over again. Now I KNOW I have to have 1. Please feel free to contact me when yall start offering them (kits) for Paras again ok? By the way, I CAN do work on the platform if needed-been known to work on a gun or 2 in my time. Ask Dillinger what I mean. Neil

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We've got them now. Give us a call and we'll send you one.

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How is the recoil of your single stack Dillinger? (
Recoil is very manageable. Video of me shooting a Kimber Custom II with Clark .460 Rowland Kit using Georgia Arms 185 JHP @ 1550 fps.
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Oooohhhh! You're screwed now 'Bear - you too have to join the .460 club... LOL

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Bear??????????....................

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