Is this really heavy for a CCW gun? I want one because I want everything. Seriously though, it would be great with .45. The 454 would just be for scaring my friends. Load five .45s then a .454, spin the cylinder and wish them luck.Weight 41.25 ounces
Yes, I just got a Para 1911 commander in steel that weighs 35 oz's and that is a bit heavy.Fuelburns2 said:
Maser,Maser said:well duh those are pleasent to shoot cuz jus look how long those barrels are :roll: in case u didnt know short barreled guns got more muzzle blast and less weight to them so thats why they kick so much harder :roll: lol i dare u to cut that 10 inch barrel down to only 1 inch and then try n tell me that its pleasent to shoot
it was just a joke cuz the original topic was about that snubby .454 and then this guy goes n shows some huge long barreled gun and says its pleasent to shoot :roll: well of course it is compared to that snubbytxvashooter said:He said they're pleasant to shoot, and he likely knows that a shorter barrel give more recoil. Only a fool would destroy a gun like that with your suggestion.
if i had the special software needed to convert video from vhs-c tapes into digital movies then u would be seeing lots of cool movies of me shooting everything from a kalashnikov all the way up to a belt-fed 25mm antiaircraft gun i shot at my uncles placetxvashooter said:You're a video kind of kid, post us a video of you shooting accurately these guns, one in each hand, and then I'll give more credence to your posts.
trust me i could do that easily :wink: im very recoil hardenedtxvashooter said:One in each hand my arse.
Maser said:well duh those are pleasent to shoot cuz jus look how long those barrels are in case u didnt know short barreled guns got more muzzle blast and less weight to them so thats why they kick so much harder