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The Perfect Ccw Caliber(just Kidding!!)

This is a discussion on The Perfect Ccw Caliber(just Kidding!!) within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Mtbiker Well I won't even consider it until they come out with a snubbie. 10" barrel, can't hide that at all. Here's ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtbiker View Post
    Well I won't even consider it until they come out with a snubbie. 10" barrel, can't hide that at all.
    Here's your snubbie!

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    Perfect!

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    see? now that will stop the attacker in front of you AND his buddy you didn't see sneaking up behind you.
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    Ha! More great quotes in the full article:
    http://www.chuckhawks.com/825_magnum.htm

    "In 2005 a panicky Smith & Wesson introduced the higher velocity .460 S&W Magnum (300 grain bullet, MV 1750 fps, ME 2041 fps) on the same case to augment their .500, but the handwriting is already on the wall for the big S&W revolver cartridges: North American game is becoming immune to them!"

    "The .30-06 rifle cartridge is now considered marginal for killing elk, and is close to becoming totally inadequate."

    "...increase in bore diameter of a lousy 0.01" to 0.05" is simply inadequate to keep pace with the rapidly accelerating indestructibility of big game animals."

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    750 grains? Shucks that's a .50 cal bullet weight isn't it?
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    Kill and clean the deer with one shot.

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    Holy cow, there's more metal on there then on my door knob.

    I get nervous just looking at them. Nervious, and a perverted feeling of pleasure ;)
    Last edited by razorblade; November 15th, 2006 at 06:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobbes View Post
    I thought anything over .50 was restricted in some way?
    Yep, anything over .50 with a rifled barrel is a "Large Bore Destructive Device" ... so you gotta register it and pony up an extra $200 (and not live in one of the states that prohibits LBDDs).


    There is an exemption for some old hunting cartridges (.600 Nitro Express comes to mind) so I don't know if this one somehow slips through a crack in the law.

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    that's over 20mm in diameter...sounds like a cannon round to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobbes View Post
    I thought anything over .50 was restricted in some way?
    Yeah!! That's what I thought!!
    Anything over .50 cal was a destructive device in the eyes of the ATF!!

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    anything over 50 call is restricted also look at the nam online magnum its a joke and

    big frigging deal 750 grain bullet i shoot a 700 grain out of my smith 500

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    You could poke someone's eye out with that. Probably even both eyes.

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    There's a squirrel hunting round if I've ever seen one!

    *Disclaimer : Your squirrel size may vary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRGLOCK30 View Post
    to kill elk and other North American big game animals and keep them dead.
    Can you explain the difference between a bullet that kills big game animals and keeps them dead.... and a bullet that kills big game animals and doesn't keep them dead?
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    You know, if you ever run out of bullets, that would make one heck of of a fistload. Use it like a roll of quarters and hit someone on the jaw with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zundfolge View Post

    There is an exemption for some old hunting cartridges (.600 Nitro Express comes to mind) so I don't know if this one somehow slips through a crack in the law.
    If Sec of Treas deems worthy of "sporting purpose". Of course it was all a hoax.
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