Some odd handguns
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I have some weird / odd stuff

Wildey Survivor

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44 Automag

[Image: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v508/5...7a513f.jpg]

44 Desert Eagle

[Image: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v508/5...ef5673.jpg]

Ed Brown

[Image: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v508/5...peices.jpg]

T/C Contender with can

[Image: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v508/5...cancan.jpg]

Contender shooting 44 specials

[Image: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v508/5...4canon.jpg]

A Dirty Harry model 29

[Image: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v508/5...EW29-2.jpg]
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#2
Nice guns pain. Love that model 29
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#3
M29 gun of heros and champions!


Where is Glawk 30?
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#4
The auto mag is interesting.

Does it cycle well?

The Model 29 is almost to bad ass!
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#5
Dan: Ah you remembered....

It protects me in my basement as it sits a few feet away on the fireplace mantel. If my alarm system trips, I will answer the panel with that in my hand plus a flash light.
That's a awesome pistol, but loading the 10th round is tricky.

[Image: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v508/5...5f7568.jpg]

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SNAFU: If I use my reloads and a good magazine, it runs OK. That thing is a hand full to control. The recoil is pretty stiff.
I made a movie on yourtube if you want to see me shooting it. I fired it in that movie with factory 40 year old ammo, ($4 bucks a round) and it misfired often. I did re run the bullets thru my bullet die to make sure they are seated deep enough. It acted like the chamber was too short (or the bullets were too long). The automag was / is a finicky pistol, for sure.

https://youtu.be/wLm-SA26Obo
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The 29-2 pictured above I sold 6 years ago to raise money for the silencer toys I started collecting. However I always shot a 29-2 and many 629s. I had this rebuilt by S&W and this was it when I got it back. This pistol is super smooth and the lock up is tight.
So I shoot this with my mild reloads so I don't stretch it out again.

I sold 4 500 magnums, and 3 357 sized revolvers, plus 1 9mm beretta. (i downsized on the calibers I shoot. Less hassles now reloading) to fund the class 3 goodies that I wanted to toy with.

[Image: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v508/5...m/29-2.jpg]

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(07-04-2015, 09:51 AM)Pain Wrote: Dan: Ah you remembered....

It protects me in my basement as it sits a few feet away on the fireplace mantel. If my alarm system trips, I will answer the panel with that in my hand plus a flash light.
That's a awesome pistol, but loading the 10th round is tricky.

[Image: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v508/5...5f7568.jpg]

[Image: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v508/5...b2670a.jpg]

SNAFU: If I use my reloads and a good magazine, it runs OK. That thing is a hand full to control. The recoil is pretty stiff.
I made a movie on yourtube if you want to see me shooting it. I fired it in that movie with factory 40 year old ammo, ($4 bucks a round) and it misfired often. I did re run the bullets thru my bullet die to make sure they are seated deep enough. It acted like the chamber was too short (or the bullets were too long). The automag was / is a finicky pistol, for sure.

https://youtu.be/wLm-SA26Obo

Looks fun to shoot, looks rather manageable considering what it is.

I also never knew the ammo was so special.
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