Semi-auto .357 Magnum?

This is a discussion on Semi-auto .357 Magnum? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by QKShooter Search Gunbroker.com for "coonan" - There are two listed right now. The Coonan does function Very Well and really feeds the ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    Search Gunbroker.com for "coonan" - There are two listed right now.
    The Coonan does function Very Well and really feeds the .357 Mag with amazing reliability.
    A great vintage gun BUT Be Warned - expect to pay at least $100.00 each for extra magazines.
    .357 Magnum is my favorite round....would sure like to run across one of those.- I wouldn't be able to resist.
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    One problem with guns no longer manufactured is parts availability,my extractor broke on my grizzly called the factory and they still had some for $70.00 each.Magazines were 75.00 ea.I have $300.00 just in spare mags
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    One problem with guns no longer manufactured is parts availability,my extractor broke on my grizzly called the factory and they still had some for $70.00 each.Magazines were 75.00 ea.I have $300.00 just in spare mags
    FYI: Coonon is starting up again and are MFGed in MN.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AzB View Post
    Using this kit: Display Products you can convert a FNP 40 to a .357 auto simply by changing the barrel.
    That's a .357 sig, not magnum. Many pistols have the ability to convert to .357 sig including my M&P40c.

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    Did anyone mention the LAR Grizzly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MNBurl View Post
    FYI: Coonon is starting up again and are MFGed in MN.
    Thanks for the heads up. IF they are as well made as the originals I WILL buy one this time!
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    thanks everybody for all your help, when my buddy told me what he was looking for I told him just to get a revolver or long gun. He already has a Henry chambered in .357, but wanted semi-auto to take to the range.
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    That's an interesting little tidbit of info...~~~>

    Quote Originally Posted by MNBurl View Post
    FYI: Coonon is starting up again and are MFGed in MN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabo2818 View Post
    A buddy of mine is looking for a Semi-auto chambered in .357 Magnum.
    It's called 10mm...
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