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This is a discussion on A well fed pony... within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by gasmitty Jacketed bullets??? Oh my soul... Nice photo nevertheless, gman! They are "plated". I get them for about the price of good ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    Jacketed bullets??? Oh my soul...

    Nice photo nevertheless, gman!
    They are "plated". I get them for about the price of good lead bullets. I need to make another batch of lead, just been lazy:)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    I think SGB's roll marks look much more understated, elegant, and "proper" on his Gold Cup than the "billboard-sized" roll markings on this 1979 example kept aroiund here.
    No, that's a beauty too, Bryan, just in a different way. Although I do really like the pre-1970 National Match Gold Cups before they introduced the "Gold Cup" inscription.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    It still eats a lot less than the elephant standing behind you.
    You mean the pink one in the Aqua tutu,he was here the other day
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    Quote Originally Posted by glockman10mm View Post
    They are "plated". I get them for about the price of good lead bullets. I need to make another batch of lead, just been lazy:)
    It's been in the hunnerts down here,I'm out of boolits so will be firing up the fan and bullet caster to crank out a few thousand of each caliber to last for a couple months,my Pony eats lead doesn't seem to be developing any signs of health problems from it
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    Since I have just one, I was not aware of the differences on these wonderful weapons.

    Here is mine (Commander LWT XSE)

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    Never knew about the different ponies.

    As much as I love my Glock's, these 1911's sure are purdy..
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    Maybe i will carry mine!

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    It'd sure do the job, Skilled. Not a thing wrong with .38 ACP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD* View Post
    Looks sweet with those stocks on it, Gman.

    Speaking of being well fed, did you know, the Rampant Colt on your slide is blind, deaf, and anorexic?




    And the Rampant Colt they use on the XSE series is quite portly (and it has eyes and ears ).

    Good day Sir,

    With your kind permission, I'd like to share your photos in a post I'm going to write in a different forum about Colt's 1911 pistol.
    Thank you.

    With kind regards...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    My favorite automatic pistols have horses on them. So do some of my favorite revolvers.


    The Rampant Colt 100 years ago, from a New Service Model 1909 produced in about 1910. This is actually a small roll mark on the left side of a really large revolver.


    As rendered on a Colt Army Special revolver produced in 1925.
    Good day to you too Sir,

    Also with your kind permission, I'd like to share your photos in a post I'm going to write in a different forum.

    Thank you and with kind regards...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    It'd sure do the job, Skilled. Not a thing wrong with .38 ACP.
    How does the .38 ACP compare to a 9mm or 9mm +P?

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    I like Ponies too. I just added the LNIB Delta Elite 10mm this week. The serial number puts it as a 2009 build. My pusher (LGS owner) called to tell me had had just taken it in.


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