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Old 01-05-2017, 08:55 AM   #1
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Two good bear guns for NCG

She likes big revolvers, and these are big as it gets!

A 99 pound, 28 mm percussion ?



http://2013ritemail2014.blogspot.de/...-revolver.html


How about .600 Nitro Express ?



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Old 01-05-2017, 09:44 AM   #2
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Do I get those guys with the guns to help me carry them? Good heavens. Would love to see the holsters they use.
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Might take awhile to clear leather.
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My holster would need four wheels.
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That was my thought, needs wheels. So 28 MM is just over an inch.

The 600 Nitro Express, cartridge looks like you measure the powder by the ounce instead of grains.
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That 600 round looks like a mortar shell. And here I thought my old S&W 460 was a big revolver.
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Both those guys in the pictures have serious creases in their foreheads.
Do ya reckon it's from the recoil?
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That was my thought, needs wheels. So 28 MM is just over an inch.

The 600 Nitro Express, cartridge looks like you measure the powder by the ounce instead of grains.
Around a 110 caliber.
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Better stay away from these pistols NCG.
You're too cute to have all them dents in your forehead.
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I believe the .600 Nitro Express fired a 900 grain bullet about 2,200 fps from a rifle. The .577 was only 750 grains. The recoil on the .600 from a heavy double rifle was close to 100 foot pounds. I think I will pass on shooting those revolvers.
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