As noted above, not true. The 40S&W is a small primer (large for 10mm) and a case that is .142 shorter. No other difference.Gunnutz13 said:The .40S&W is only a necked down and made wimpy 10mm
Also not true. The 40S&W is a much flatter shooting cal.Gunnutz13 said:The 45acp has better ballistics and is easier to control on the follow-up shot.
BINGO!Gunnutz13 said:And for the money to convert...you could buy a brand new forty, and still keep the 1911 platform
Ola. I worked on that island for several months back in 06. [A now defunct project to mediate the likelihood of tsunamis and earthquakes. This island is very vulnerable and the toll would easily surpass that of Haiti. I pray it never happens.] Also I did some other stuff. This island (as well as Guam) is in need of a lot more attention and assistance from the mainland US. The island is part of the US, even if the signs in the Burger King are in Spanish. I would hang on to that pistol. It is a not often seen variation and the value can only go up.Hola,,, State #51 yes I’m all for it. I don't understand we are U.S. Citizens, my passport reads United States of America, we have U.S. Army bases, National Guard, We Receive Federal Funds, Macy’s, McDonalds, etc etc, what else is needed. Well anyway I have a Florida firearm license may be I can take it to Florida and from there to another state. But then again maybe I should hold on to it since it’s so rare a .40 caliber colt 1911. Well until next visit “VAYA CON DIOS AMIGOS”