Double Tap: Heizer shows off smallest .45 CC

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    Double Tap: Heizer shows off smallest .45 CC

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    That is very interesting. I would buy one just for the curiosity factor.

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    I saw that in American Rifleman not too long ago. Definitely looks interesting. I think I'll give it a little while to see what people say about it.

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    I saw it in Vegas at the Shot Show well made firearm. I am going to buy one if a few months agter demand drops down a little . They had 5,000 piece back order.
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    I've seen info regarding this from Shot Show for the past 2 years and I've been following progress. I've yet to see any video of it actually being fired. Has anyone seen this fired? Have links to video?

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    I dunno... my gut tells me.. thumbs down . Seems rather deringer-esque and those drive me flappin' nuts... (or rather the people that think that they are viable for carry do)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterAvis View Post
    I dunno... my gut tells me.. thumbs down
    +1.

    "it carries 2 extra rounds on a speed strip hidden in the grip so you can do a "tactical reload"
    sorry, i think i'll take 6 rounds "hidden in the grip" in a magazine that will do a "tactical reload" themselves. not trying to troll the product. it's interesting, but i am not gonna sacrifice 6 rounds for 1/4" of thickness in my pocket.
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    9mm maybe better if you get one. But to much $$ for me. I'd rather have a nano or something. = Close to the same price JMO

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    Looks pretty sweet.

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    Very interesting but looks like a real handful to hang onto when fired.
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    This is one that I have had my watchful eye on. In Titanium minus the porting. I want it in a serious bad way for a BUG.

    My first intention is to wait....until somebody buys one because it looks really cute and it's easy to carry...shoots it once...HATES the recoil and then quickly decides to dump it on a trade for something else.

    Then I snatch it up at a better price.
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    a member unveiled his new one at the range today

    it was a great event marred only by the consistent misses
    that were the norm. as we could not reach concenseus as to where the bullets were going,
    i objectified that the safest place for us to stand was in front of the target
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    This little handgun reminds me of the old 45 cal. Liberator pistol that was dropped behind enemy lines in the second world war. Personally I would not have a problem with using one as a backup or even a primary carry if the situation required that size weapon for concealment.
    What is the big issue with recoil? Do you who bring up the recoil issue honestly believe that you could not fire two rounds out of it without breaking a nail? Do you plan on using it for everyday target practice or to repel invading hordes of zombies? Myself I would only expect to fire this on rare occasions to test it. Other than that I doubt I would ever fire it except in self defense.

    I sometimes carry a Charter arms 44 bulldog. In the over thirty years that I have owned it I doubt that I have fired over twenty rounds a year through it. This is a handgun I use for self defense only. I have others for everyday fun that are much more comfortable to shoot. In a strictly short range self defense weapon I can tolerate recoil more than weight.

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