Bullet placement plays a big factor here. A friend of mine who was doing payroll in his farm in the late 80's shot a BG who was out to kill him with a Super .38 loaded with 124 gr Silvertips. One shot to the chest and the guy just stiffened and dropped according to him. Distance was about 15 feet.Originally posted by blueeagle
as the saying goes, " on the ground with one round (cal .45)."
45 na, if possible colt mk4. kung 38 super kasi limited ang choices mo sa ammo sa 45 marami kang choices, kahit fmj lang lamang pa rin sa 38 super.Originally posted by Dok
guys i plan to have a single stack 1911. what would you recommend, super 38 or .45 acp?
i am considering a super 38 but have no idea how the recoil kicks. what is it comparable to?
thanks for the replies.:supergrin:
Got to try my friend's Officer's .45. Masakit sa kamay. The Commander is a whole lot better.Originally posted by Dok
medyo out of topic, i just don't want to start a new thread.
has anyone have a compact (officer's).45 1911? how's the recoil? i have glock 30 once and it has the same barrel length and i find the recoil manageable but i think it's because of the polymer frame and dual captive recoil spring.