I wonder how well those guns had been cared for after WWII. Good for rabbits and possums and such. This email link is to reach site administrators for assistance, if you cannot access TFL via other means. SB tore through LII front panel and imbedded itself deep into the rear panel. You were shot with a useless cartridge! Is it the high velocity or the fact it is a communist round? Never seen anything fling brass around like that.
This is used to display charts and graphs on articles and the author center. What I am saying, is that, no matter where it's from, I like to see lots of ballistic gelatin testing under different conditions, as well as at least some reports of field effectiveness. I have a Cz, and before buying it a few years ago i did tons of research on both the pistol and caliber. The pistol is better balanced than it appears, accurate, and fast handling. With what I've read so far about brass being flung into the next county, why not use Starline brass.
I've saved it an will show it to all my gunny freinds. So in yourcase, your round will suck in penetration department, it wouldnt even mushroom, prolly it will break into bits upon such a powerful strike due the great velocity of bullet. But in one episode, when outnumbered, he boldly risked arrest and death by engaging in what could have been a one-sided gun battle. Velocities Mechanical reliability was percent and ejection was robust, with spent cases landing 12 to 15 feet to my right rear. Thanx for holding me in such esteem. I use either the buffalo barnes s or the double tap gr.
I probably wouldn't be getting out of the heavier bullet anyway. This is the Poor Man's Boz or 5. Military Arms Channel 8 months ago. During the WW2 Spagins were made in every workshop available. No, create an account now. Looks great but I wonder how the accuracy is with.