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Old 6 February 2018, 18:50
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I have about 500 through mine and not one single issue or stoppage so far, with no cleaning.
I went about 850 rounds (suppressed) before I had a stoppage (failure to feed) due to being dirty. This was over 2 days. Cleaned and lubed and was back in action!

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Old 7 February 2018, 08:12
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Okay Grampa.....Tell us bout the good ol days when you transitioned to the brand new 1911s!
He never got over the change from 30-40 Krag.
Thanks for the info.
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Old 7 February 2018, 09:23
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?? I'm curious where there is a study on the effectiveness of 10mm on human beings that an ER Dr could cite?

How many people have actually been fatality shot with 10mm? Not many from what I can tell.
From my extensive and daily readings of the Internet, I believe they dissolve once shot with a 10mm ergo rendering medical examination impossible. But I would like to read said article as well.
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Old 7 February 2018, 09:28
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Oh, boy. Here we go. The recipe is shot placement, shot placement, shot placement with a sprinkle of penetration i.e. hard cast for dangerous game.

https://www.americanhunter.org/articles/2016/8/10/alaska-outfitter-defends-fishermen-from-raging-grizzly-with-9mm-pistol/

The round of choice for defense against brown bears is 12 gauge with Brenneke slugs btw. Modern 9mm bullets work just fine on humans. If you like 10mm then cool, it's a neat round but to infer that 9mm is ineffective then I think that you're barking up the wrong tree. A CNS shot is lights out.
It looks like the god doctor agrees with you.......
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Old 7 February 2018, 09:31
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Okay Grampa.....Tell us bout the good ol days when you transitioned to the brand new 1911s!
It was a glorious day.... No longer tied to the hindrance of carrying cap and ball with paper patches.....

Oh and fuck you and your grandpa.
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Just a heads up. . .

For anyone wanting this type thing for their MPX.

I now have 2 MPX mags and have made my molds for them.

So I can make the Pancake style Pouch (pictured) or my usual, Tactical-Mag Pouch for the MPX.

Thanks to Jeff B.!!!!!

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