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Old 05-08-2012, 20:43   #101
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Originally Posted by Glockdude1 View Post
wavetrain75 made the comment that Revolvers were a terrible choice for zombies.

I feel they would work just fine, no matter the caliber.

I can let a lot of things go, but when it comes to serious topics like zombie guns I can't just sit idly by and allow myself to be misquoted.

Or maybe I should be more specific.

But whatever the case.

Yes, revolvers tend to be very reliable. Big plus. However, I certainly would not want a heavy, low capacity, high recoiling, unlikely-to-find-ammo-while-scrounging like a .460.

Think of 5 rounds with the .460 vs. 15 to 30+ with the Glock 17/19. The zombie in question will be just as brain scrambled with the 9.

Think of carrying 500 rounds of .460 in your backpack vs. 9mm. 500 rounds of 9mm is roughly 13 pounds, 500 rounds of .460 would be well over 20.

I'll take the capacity, weight, less recoil, faster follow-ups and faster reload time of a Glock 17/19.

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Old 05-09-2012, 19:52   #102
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Originally Posted by dajcarroll View Post
Glock 19, Gen 3, Cerakote slide, NcStar flashlight/lazer combo, 33rd mag, 18rd mag (pierce ext), 15rd mag, and a 10rd mag w/ official Zombie Response Team logo back plate.

****ty Jimenez Arms 9mm for emergency purposes. Two 15rd mags.

Jimenez .22 for my boot. Custom wood grips I made. Gun shoots like a charm. Two 6rd mags.

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