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    I thunk I got an itching to try some say 130-150 grain boat tails at super sonic speed to see how they shoot from the pistola.
    maybe some copper projectiles so they will be good and long!
    ifn I can produce enough flame I can use it as a Flame Thrower?
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    You might want to try some of these. They are cheaper than Barnes copper bullets and work about the same.

    https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1018298911?pid=686422
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenWolf70 View Post
    You might want to try some of these. They are cheaper than Barnes copper bullets and work about the same.

    https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1018298911?pid=686422
    wo-ho they are proud of them lil puppies aren't they?
    not going to use them as self defense loadings, just thought I would like to see how they do at longer ranges.
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    They are about $.53 each compared to the 130 grain Barnes which are normally $.76 each but are on sale at the moment for $.57 each.
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    Check out Maker bullets. They have some proven subsonic expanders. Not cheap, but I haven't seen them not work yet.

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    Got the bug again, and am building a 7.5" pistol upper to slap on my existing pistol lower when I want more sturm und drang at the range. Eventually it'll get moved to a dedicated PDW type lower, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterNoisy View Post
    Got the bug again, and am building a 7.5" pistol upper to slap on my existing pistol lower when I want more sturm und drang at the range. Eventually it'll get moved to a dedicated PDW type lower, though.
    I have the itch and have to get out with my 7.5" AR in 5.56 with the new SB4 and 3.5# trigger. Been going the wrong direction from the range where I can shoot that sucker.
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    https://www.cmmginc.com/product-cate...eid=74b7e90dba

    CMMG IS GIVING A “CARRY BAG/BACKPACK” WITH THE PURCHASE OF A BANSHEE 300 PISTOL WITH A BRACE. IT SEEMS TO BE LIMITED TO THESE CALIBERS.

    22 LR
    5.7X28Mm
    40 S&W
    45 ACP

    On a personal note, the .45 ACP WOULD BE GOOD. THIS USES GLOCK MAGAZINES.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggie View Post
    https://www.cmmginc.com/product-cate...eid=74b7e90dba

    CMMG IS GIVING A “CARRY BAG/BACKPACK” WITH THE PURCHASE OF A BANSHEE 300 PISTOL WITH A BRACE. IT SEEMS TO BE LIMITED TO THESE CALIBERS.

    22 LR
    5.7X28Mm
    40 S&W
    45 ACP

    On a personal note, the .45 ACP WOULD BE GOOD. THIS USES GLOCK MAGAZINES.

    It'd be interesting in 10mm methinks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NativeTexan View Post
    It'd be interesting in 10mm methinks.
    and/or 9mm

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