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Discussion in 'OX & Alex Forum' started by smith10, Sep 25, 2011.


  1. smith10

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    10MM WOOOOOOT

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    For me: coffee for sure. Maybe cereal, maybe leftover pizza.

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    Oh dear....

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    I may has some grits. Or oatmeal. Aint decided. :wavey:
     

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    Went with cereal.


    Coffee is good this morning. it's a little cooler out.
     
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    I got some instant coffee. It aint bad.
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    Went to the Fun Show yesterday. Didnt get a S&W third gen 45 :crying: Handled a 4516. $550 with three mags. Didnt want the compact. DID get a new Ruger Vaquero in 44 Special! :rock:
     
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    Remember after school specials?

    One they never did: " Cowboy and his very special .44!!"


    You ever handle a Ruger redwawk 4" 44 or 45 Colt? They are sweet.
     
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    I have always prefered the commander sized guns too.
     
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    Not really a Redhawk guy. :dunno: But I would not mind a Smith in 45. I passed on a Thunder Ranch revolver in 45ACP for 600. :wow:
     
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    I prefer smiths too for the most part, but in 44 mashem, the ruger will hold up better. Plus they finally made a 4" one. They are SWEET>
     
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    Need pics of the Cowboy cowboy gun BTW.
     
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    GET A ROPE!

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    I'm with Shooter. I like the full-sized handguns.

    They still make the Vaquero in 44.40?

    <--- has a 6" RedHawk
     
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    Forget not that the Model 25 and 625 come in both .45 ACP and .45 Colt.

    Problem with the convertible model is that the poor .45 ACP bullet has to take a bus to the forcing cone. Long way from leaving the case mouth to the breech.

    I think the current Model 25 Classic only come in .45 Colt?
     
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    <----has hacksaw, will travel.

    Course if i cut that down to 4" like I like, you may shoot me a little. But at least i will enjoy the Aestetics whilst being plugged. :shocked::supergrin:
     
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    I aint sure? But I would shoot one if I could! Smiff10, my Model 29 would think I was mad at it if'n I fed it magnum loads. :wow:

    <---can feed the 29 Magnum laods
    <---has fed the 29 magnum loads
    <----shoots Specials :supergrin:

    HOT specials :supergrin:
     
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    The Super Redhawk Alaskan has a 2.5" barrel.

    Sounds like that might could tempt you some.

    <--- has fired a .44 Magnum from a 2.5" barrel once :ack:
    <--- not eager to try it again
     
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    That's why i really like the 4" barrel Redhawk. Carryable but still shootable.

    <---Almost bought a Kramer IWB for the 4" redhawk.

    had a line on a VERY lightly used redhawk .44 4" too. Let 'em both go :sadangel:
     
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    I like me some Single Action Rugers. Mebbe not so much on the DAs and atuomagics.

    Koolaid.jpeg :supergrin:
     
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    Is this still a breakfast thread?

    Coffee, bagel with egg and cheese. I don't mess around with breakfast. Cereal is a late night snack.
     
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    It can be again. Sounds good.
     
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    I'd like a bagel. Do you deliver? :wavey: