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Re: OT; Maybe

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LOU from Wi.

12-06-2012 15:00:24

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OLd. Just finished reading your post. Big gun 50 cal, sgt Emry from full metal jacket movie fired one, and got divided on his nose, but finished firring it. I was contemplating buying a 500 S/w, but changed mu mind. Not to many guys try it. Seen a video of a Yong lady who fired the 500 S/w. I would only carry it in griz country
even then It wouldn't be the only weapon I would have on hand.I can be thankfull I'm to old and worn ot to go bear hunting in grizley country. LOU.

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12-06-2012 15:14:11

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 Re: OT; Maybe in reply to LOU from Wi., 12-06-2012 15:00:24  
That is another reason I like the 44mag. Not to big to handle but big enough to pretty much stop any thing you use it on.

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LOU from Wi.

12-06-2012 15:22:23

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 Re: OT; Maybe in reply to old, 12-06-2012 15:14:11  
Thats why I have 1 S&W 44 mag, only thing it won't stop is an elephant in full charge lol. Son has a 480 Ruger 6 shot,that will kind of discourage him S&W 44 is my favorite one.
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12-06-2012 18:26:26

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 Re: OT; Maybe in reply to LOU from Wi., 12-06-2012 15:22:23  
And if your 44mag is like the one I have it is heavy enough to be able to take a lot of the kick out so you do not feel it so bad and you can also take a 2nd or 3rd shot and be on target

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