I think using the Laser lead bullets is the key to the question.
I just asked a good friend this same question last night. I saw he was using...
Plenty of both, plus plated so can't vote.
I used to do it once in a while.
Well, it's been a while and I don't have any plans to do it again too soon.
With my revolvers, I've always shot better with a six inch barrel over a four and a four inch over a two.
Nice to offer it.
It is a great offer especially for young people, but I'll just keep plugging along at my five year membership blocks.
Paid $220 new, six years ago. It's a lot of fun, haven't had any problems.
Nice rifle and a great cause. I hope it fetches five digits. [ATTACH]
Put me down for a four inch.
Here's one of my levers, a 1914 .30 ARMY Win. Model 1895 Carbine. And yes, that's a cartridge holder on the stock as I still put it to use on...
IMO no, not even close. That doesn't make him a bad business man though.
Forty years now with firearms.
It was Wrist Rockets, BB and pellet guns before that. :)
OK, who's going to be the first on their block to get a pair of these 1911 frame, $7,000 grips?
Oh, too bad. They're out of stock....
It's a KUKU alright.
And the bidding is geting out of control with people just chomping at the bit for this thing.
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