Discussion in 'On Topic' started by AustinL911, Jan 3, 2009.
Can't wait to shoot it.
What's in the bag?
Pass on that
That thing is huge
When do I get to shoot it?
Whenever you want, Broham.
Shooting it is like crack, man I love it
j/k, man. Nice gun there.
Mother of God.
But I was considering an aluminum C-More Railway:
nice!! buddy of mine has a S&W 500....shot 500 grain rounds through it, my palm was hurting
If I had the money I would buy one since you can fire .45 Colt and .454 Casull through it.
Sweet piece! What does the ammo cost?
Not cheap. Luckily, it's not the type of gun that I'd take out for an all-day range session. Probably 5-10 shots and I'd be done for the day.
Also, as was said earlier; it also fires .45LC and .454Casull which are a bit cheaper.
Link to ammo:
you can't run .410 shotshells in that like Taurus' The Judge, can you? I see that it's almost a long enough cylinder, and i'm guessing the same caliber, as The Judge also shoot .45LC, just not .454 Casull or .460. I would think that if you could find a .410 shell that doesn't have too much case mouth opening, you could get it to work.
Why would he want to do that? 460>.410
Unless he needs it as a snake gun, but we don't have too many Diamondbacks in Central Ohio
wouldnt it also shoot .45 s&w?
If by .45 S&W you actually mean .45ACP, then no, it wouldn't.
.45ACP = belted case (it'll fall out the front of the cylinder)
.45LC/.454/.460 = Straight walled case (have a lip on the back to keep them from falling out).
Though, I suppose if you could moon clip the ACPs, it might be able to do it. But, I'm not even 50% sure you could do that (nor do I want to do it [1911 inbound]) so I won't be trying.
Some people use the term .45 S&W when referencing the .45 Schofield, which is basically a short(er) version of hte .45 Colt and will work in most firearms chambered for the .45 Colt.