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"wow, I started this thread....8 years ago!"

Yeah, been meaning to talk to you about that. See the shit you stirred up? This has got to be the oldest still active thread here. You probably get an award of some kind. Anyway, regarding the discussions here...

The names have changed, but the idiocy remains the same.

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"Someone may not understand how reloads can loosen a stock. Simply, hot reloads put a lot of extra back pressure and shock on the mechanism."

Bill, I suppose the first sentence is true- especially for people who have little knowledge of firearms. The second part is subjective- specifically "a lot of extra". It depends on whether the person doing the loading understands what they are doing. FWIW, the part I have a hard time with in the guy's post regarding a loose stock is the word "permanent". A skilled gunsmith can do some pretty amazing things.

Interesting comment about the loss of gas around the .45 ACP in the cylinder of a revolver. Loss of gas typical in a revolver is due to the cylinder gap- the space between the cylinder and the barrel. I'm going to ask around about that, but I suspect the person who is concerned about such things would not be concerned about it in selecting a firearm that can fire 3 different types of ammunition.

The advantage I see for the Governor using .45ACP is for a shooter who has other firearms chambered for the .45ACP and not for the .45 Colt. No need to get another type of ammo.

Someday we'll get you to state "magazine" in lieu of clip on a regular basis. A clip "clips" ammunition to each other. The magazine stores the ammunition and may be a permanent part of the firearm or it may be detachable.

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Bill i love my 1100, but with steel shot now and so many hard core left wingers in California its hard to go bird hunting anymore.

We used to tow scull boats out into San Fransisco bay and onto some of the big lakes and then anchor the main boat and hunt ducks. The liberals would cut the anchor rope laving us stranded miles from shore.

today i only hunt deer and pigs on private land. I love Remington i shoot their 30.06 740. Being left handed the auto are the only way to go.

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P.S. to prior post. I have to agree with Perfectmatch, 45 APC rounds do seem like a waste of cylinder space in a revolver that can load 410 shells. I would think a lot of gas would escape even before the projectile reaches the rifling of the barrel making a weak cartridge (relative to its big brother) even weaker. I would also think that shooting APC rounds repeatedly would foul the barrel and make clean up a lot harder???? Only advantage I see is that they are more commom to find that cowboy or long colt rounds. Even Walmart carries them.

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My first brand new gun was a 16 ga. bolt action shot gun. It held 2 in the clip (box mag) 1 in the chamber. I used it for deer and small game. If you can only afford one gun, a shotgun is the ticket in my opinion. I once hit a 2 gal milk jug at about 80 to 100 yds. with a deer slug (ounce ball for you other old timers). I had to hold about 9 inches high but the slug had plenty of poop to not only reach the jug but the jug exploded on impact. Killing a deer at 100 td with a 12 ga and buck shot is not hard to believe at all. Someone may not understand how reloads can loosen a stock. Simply, hot reloads put a lot of extra back pressure and shock on the mechanism. A mod. 1100 Rem is a gas operated semi auto. The back pressure drives the bolt back, ejects the spent shell and loads the next. All that "extra" pressure jars the gun and can loosen screws wobble out holes and scar the bore. I own a 1100 and will only use standard shells in it. It is over 40 YO and in great shape. With a modified choked barrel It is a great bird gun

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Dzzy - you're eternal, just like you're wife's beauty. Nice to see you.

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You guys know nothing about shotguns and reloading.

As far as fish stories goes i take a kayak out a mile into the ocean and go fishing..oh do i have fish stories and whale stories.

I also dive in the ocean and hunt fish, free diving not using air, and do i have diving stores.....

And some really great wild mushroom stories...

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Ncalcouple- you are comparing shooting a duck at 70 yards away to a deer. Lol. I bet you have some good fishing stories to. Lol

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wow, I started this thread....8 years ago! :-)

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I regret responding to any of his posts, but I find it extremely difficult to believe reloads have anything to do with a loose stock. But then again, I don't believe anything that guy says. Ever.

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