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Old 09-27-2011, 09:52 AM   #31
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Olympus, My Ed Brown is in .45. But it is still a nice shooting handgun.
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Old 09-27-2011, 11:04 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by canebrake

First, I could get two Colt LW Commanders for the price of that 10mm CBOB. (If you could find one!)

Second, don't feel sorry for me. When you get finished bragging up that 10 mike mike, I'll drag out Fenrir, my heavy carry piece.

10 rounds of 460 Rowland. About as close as you can get to one shot stopping power x 10!

You know Fenrir, its the one in your avatar and oh yea, on this poster hanging on your loading table!

And I have carried Fenrir. When I need to go heavy, I go with Fenrir.

It shoots just fine! Think what it could do in the hands of a real marksman?
What is the ballistics on 460 Rowland?
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