I have gone over to the dark side

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VictimNoMore

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Good decision.

Goes *bang* every time you pull the trigger. .38 spl +P is no joke.

The dark side isn't so dark after all, eh?
 

Jimbo357mag

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Sombody stop him before he goes "TACTICAL" on us.

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...Jimbo
 

ProfessorWes

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Jimbo, what that tricked-out S&W really needs is one of CZ's pistol bayonets mounted under the barrel instead of the flashlight.

Actually, I think that with one of those multi-mount Picatinny rail adapter thingies you could get the bayonet on the bottom of the barrel, the flashlight off to one side and a laser on the other, in addition to the red dot sight on top. Then you'd really be set...

:lol:
 

Driftwood Johnson

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Howdy

Just so you know, in most circles, the Dark Side means Black Powder. Going over to the Dark Side means you have forsaken the heathen Smokeless powder to use the One and Only True Powder; Black Powder.
 
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Driftwood Johnson":khdn4cew said:
Howdy

Just so you know, in most circles, the Dark Side means Black Powder. Going over to the Dark Side means you have forsaken the heathen Smokeless powder to use the One and Only True Powder; Black Powder.

Wow. Guess it depends on what circles a feller runs in. In my eccentric circle, the dark side is semi-automatics, and more specifically, black plastic ones. :?

WAYNO.
 

kd4rgwml

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I thought Black powder was considered primitive weapons :? :mrgreen: :mrgreen: If weather would clear up I'll get to shoot the blasphemes little revolver and get back to my autos ( P. S Son just got his first 1911 i think his face is going to crack :D )
 

Driftwood Johnson

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Howdy Again

In the world of Cowboy Action Shooting, where I spend a great deal of time, the Darkside is well known to mean the use of Black Powder. There is nothing primitive about stuffing 35+ grains of FFg under a 250 grain bullet in a 45 Colt or a 44-40. That's the way it was done in the late 1800s and it still works just fine today. Most of the old 19th Century cartridges like 45 Colt and 44-40 were designed specifically for Black Powder. That's why they have so much case capacity. Even 38 Special was originally loaded with Black Powder when first introduced in 1899. That's why the case is so large compared to the relatively small charges of Smokeless powder used today.
 

Jimbo357mag

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That fancy smokeless powder is just a "flash in the pan". Ain't gona last, bout as dumb as belt loops and pockets on pants. :roll: :mrgreen:

...Jimbo
 
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