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625Jm Review

This is a discussion on 625Jm Review within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Euclidean Ah dang man, don't give me revolveritis again. You need one euc it rules and even the thin grips work for ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Euclidean
    Ah dang man, don't give me revolveritis again.
    You need one euc it rules and even the thin grips work for me very well


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    Pretty much I would have expected Bud - I thoroughly enjoy giving my plane Jane 625 some excercize!! Glad you are enjoying it.
    don't give me revolveritis again.
    Euc - hey come on - that condition is permanent - it only gets ''masked'' by semi's!
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    Sigh... what's a guy to do? There is no cure for revolveritis.

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    need lots of moon clips though but fun

    i was surpised that it recoiled at all i thought the heavy barrel would soak it up ..

    I dont know why people complaine about recoil of the 45 its lightest recoiling round out there next too a 22

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    I got moon clips for sale too, they are Ranch products stuff including 1/3 moon clips. As my name tells you I love 25s, only own three but I will get more

    Hope to hear soon how your new gun shoots. I have had great luck with a target load in all the 45s I have ever shot but it takes cleaning after you shoot it. 5.6 grains of 231 behind a 200 gr lswc makes one hole at 25 yards

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    Been out shooting it again with my STD 1911 45 load and its boring 6 rounds and center of target is gone need a longer range Sigh..

    Model 25 your selling moon clips ? Shot me a pm if ya get a chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White
    Been out shooting it again with my STD 1911 45 load
    Model 25 your selling moon clips ? Shot me a pm if ya get a chance
    Bud,
    Sorry to hear about your STD.....if I recall correctly, penicillin will help that

    Model 25- what kind of store do you have? I have a few 625's and 25's and...

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    lol Guess i should have type Standard 1911 load

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    Sigh... okay I bought it.

    Okay Bud and others what goes well with it? How did the extra clips work out?

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    Euc - IIRC Bud got 100 steel moons for some very fair price.

    I only have about 10 steels and a bunch of those plastic thingies for range use. The steels are way superior IMO because they hold rounds so tight - makes for quick load. You'll want a demooner for those ones tho - easy to make - even from 1/2" copper pipe.

    I posted a pic of my stainless one a while ago - shout if you didn't see it.
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    Nope noty me chris i need to get about 100 moon clips though

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    Do you have to cut some sort of notch or the like in the tubing?

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    The one chris made is cool Euc but spend the 13 bucks for the brownells then but a remooner i got a all alum one for 30 bucks off ebay works like a charm saves your thumbs

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    Must have been Bud you just mentioned the moon clips.

    Euc - here is mine - breeze to make, and as said copper pipe will do. Not as fancy maybe as a bought one but does job - I can flick my empties out real quick. Don't worry too much re dimensions - I just dimensioned mine for ref'.


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    Not a bad ideal chris now that i look at it again make it longer and put a golf club grip on it and it would be the Cats Meow

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