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  1. Semi-Auto [Handguns]
    I haven't seen any locally but there are people starting to post about their initial experiences elsewhere. If anyone has one I would love to put a mag through it. If I see one without the thumb safety it's coming home with me.
  2. Semi-Auto [Handguns]
    This is a gif, but I am not sure if it will work here. To see this gif, and others that separate various components of the 1911, go to http://animagraffs.com/how-a-handgun-works-1911-45/
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  4. Semi-Auto [Handguns]
    Cool looking , thinnest 45 cal. Handgun : http://heizerdefense.com
  5. Vendor Deals
    I got a great deal on a few cases of .45LC to sell at way below regular wholesale cost. $13.99 each. Sold most places online for $20.00-$30.00 First come, etc...
  6. Other [Rifles]
    Following the recommendation from Henry, i purchased a Weaver 63b base for my new Henry lever gun. Long story short, i don't like it. I've always preferred Picatinny style rails. Can anyone recommend a well made Picatinny rail that will fit the 63b mounting holes? Any help is appreciated.
  7. Semi-Auto [Handguns]
    I know a couple of you have posted that you have this pistol. Just looking for feedback, and I am looking to grab one before the end of the year (Colt still have a free holster/magazine giveaway if purchased on or before 12/31/15). Venturing into .45 caliber and wanted something that I could...
  8. Other [Rifles]
    So I am looking into getting a Henry lever action probably after Christmas. Not sure if I should get the 45-70 or the 30-30. I am a reloader and reload a small amount of 30-30 for a single shot which is the only 30-30 I own. Don't have a 45-70 yet but shot one of my dads friends Marlin's and...
  9. Reloading
    Anyone reload RMR .45 ACP 230 gr RN thick plated with CFE Pistol? I need a starting recipe. They are a different diameter/profile then the Berry's that I was using previously and I'd like to expedite the recipe building process. And, yes, I Googled... there's very little info out there for...
  10. Reloading
    When using a case gauge some, of my brass does not fit the gauge at the rim (0.480 dimension). Seems like burrs are occurring. A small percentage require filing for the brass to fully seat in the gauge. Does this need to be filed prior to use and will this cause a malfunction in a semi-auto?
  11. Semi-Auto [Handguns]
    Coonan Expands into .45 ACP Pistols Coonan Inc., announced the company will start building 1911 pistols chambered for the traditional caliber: .45 ACP. Coonan made its name in manufacturing 1911-style pistols chambered for the .357 Magnum cartridge. When the .357 Magnum guns were...
  12. Semi-Auto [Handguns]
    Hi all. Looking at one of this 2 guns as my next purchase. Which one would you go with and why? anyone own both or at least one of the two? T.I.A Simong.
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  14. Vendor Deals
    Just a quick update on what's in stock this week. Sig 225 9 mm - $969.95 - New redesign of a classic Sig. Walther PPQ 45 acp - $649.95 - Feel great in hand with the smooth trigger PPQ's are known for. Yugo SKS 59/66 7.62x39 - $519.95 - Nice surplus rifles in clean condition. Aquila 9mm -...
  15. Reloading
    My .45 ACP reloads (Zero bullets, 230 Gr RN) have not been fully chambering and are difficult to extract in my M&P. I went through several iterations of chasing the usual suspects: - My OAL was in spec and matched Freedom Munitions 230 gr RN that feed flawlessly. - adjusted and re-adjusted...
  16. Semi-Auto [Handguns]
    Thoughts? Anyone have?
  17. Reloading
    What do you guys do with the 45 acp small primer cases. reload or junk them. any special recipes for these. i have been throwing them away
  18. Gear Discussion
    Quick question. Can you use .40 brass and nylon brushes in a .45 bore? I see that some companies list specific bore brushes in .45 and other companies list a range of .40 - .45 for their brushes. Is there any difference? (besides .05 of course)
  19. Product Review / New Products- Open Discussion
    "In 2003, Arne Boberg, founder of Boberg Arms, began work on an unusual cartridge feeding system in the comfort of his own basement. His goal was to redesign the pocket pistol platform so that it could be powerful and reliable with a manageable level of recoil. In 2013, the company released...
  20. Semi-Auto [Rifles]
    Always wanted one, found a reasonable example on GunBroker. Refinished the stock, put a Skinner Winged rear sight on it and a used a Marlin 795 Tech Sight for the front sight. I like the military sight picture and the Tommy gun look to it. Just got to get to the range with it.
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