Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by 1KPerDay, Nov 24, 2021.
That said, I prefer the DE in 44. Just easier to feed. So, if you go that way I would look about a conversion kit for .44 or .357.
Also in the market. I was hoping for a .458 Lott but the .500 nitro makes even less sense so it's a frontrunner LOL
What is this "need" you speak of?
Hope you have big hands, I couldn't fully get my medium-sized mitts around the grip. That said, the US-built ones are very well made and surprisingly soft-shooting.
I sold my Mk XIX .50 years ago to pay my mortgage during the recession, but a couple years ago I scored a great deal on a Mk VII .44 mag. I just need to find a 10" Mk VII barrel to chop and thread for a suppressor.
Okay, stop laughing.
Untucked loose fit shirts, XXL whatever, plaid, pattern, print, make it happen (unless limited by work attire).
Oh please! We need to see, "I always carry my DE 50 even for a quick trip to the store, in a good area".
I have L/XL sized hands but I’ve handled the DE before (even shot one round of .50 out of one once) and it’s still pretty chunky. But ergos are secondary when you step into the ridiculous. LOL
The devil you say!
is the MKVII the new kinder, gentler, lighter design? Is the MKXIX the old full size frame? My brother had one of the early .357s with the smaller frame but sold it off. Obviously I don’t know much about these beasts.
There are custom builders and I believe Freedom Arms originally made them. Not sure if they still do. Plus FA revolvers are generally out of my price range , though pretty as jewels
you want it, and can afford it... and afford to feed it... there's your answer.
Happy 50’th birthday! Your AARP card will be arriving in the mail shortly.
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