Originally Posted by canebrake
The 460 Rowland is tough to beat!
I've been shooting mine since early 2009. I have NOT
broken frames, not even excessive wear. I shoot it frequently to keep my edge with it's power level and carry it as my BUG when hog/deer hunting.
The way I have my Colt set-up I can shoot both 460 Rowland and .45 ACP with no changes needed. I have even mixed rounds in the same mag and there is no doubt when the Rowland round goes high-order!
This thread is loaded with 460 info;
Big Thunder II Vs. Fenrir: The 1911 .460 Rowland Build Off
After reading the thread, should you have more questions, post them here. I'd be glad to answer those I can and will find the answers I don't know!
Old_Crow, The Clark Custom Guns
1911 Drop-In Conversion Kits are $295.
So....Old Crow......where can I get a S&W X-Frame for $150? I'll take a six-pack of them at that price!
The conversion kits I saw were priced at $3,100. Hence the 2 X-frame comment. I don't care to own a 1911 or a 460 rowland so I didn't look very hard.
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I do not kill with my gun; I kill with my heart. He who kills with his gun has forgotten the face of his father."
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Last edited by Old_Crow; 11-22-2012 at 12:22 AM.