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Every March, an anniversary occurs. The birthday of Gun & Game as we have come to know it. It seems like a lifetime ago, when I was in high school and a good friend called me up asking if I knew anything about websites. I was 17 years old at the time, young and way too naive.
I've chatted with countless of you folks for hours on end. I've shared ideas, frustrations, and we mourned the loss of friends we've come to know on this little website we call home.
Here's to another year of good times with the family we've become and the countless new people that we will become friends with in the next year!
Not much bigger than the .380 Glock 42 single stack.
Here are a few specs:
Length (overall): 159 mm / 6.26 inch
Width: 26 mm / 1.02 inch
Height (with magazine): 108 mm / 4.25 inch
Barrel length: 86 mm / 3.39 inch
Pistol Weight without magazine: 459 g / 16.19 oz
Magazine Capacity (rounds): 6
More firepower, improved accuracy and smart integrated accessories that connect to command and control networks are the headline features of the new integrated assault rifle concept that Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) and Colt Canada have developed for the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF).
The prototype, in development since 2009 through the Soldier Integrated Precision Effects Systems (SIPES) project, includes a firing mechanism to shoot lightweight cased telescoped ammunition, a secondary effects module for increased firepower and a NATO standard power and data rail to integrate accessories like electro-optical sights and position sensors.
Other than the trigger group, more specifically the safety, what is the difference between the two? I know Mavericks are made BY Mossberg,(but in China someone told me), so are they sort of like Savage and Stevens? High end and low end, or what?
Lets start by using a basic ammo Hornady, the highest energy ammo of the brand I can find.The .44 magnum in Hornady's 200 grain xtp has a muzzle energy of 999ft lbs. The Hornady's .357 magnum 140 grain lever evolution ammo has a muzzle energy of 644 ft lbs. Which gun would you rather have?The actual shootings data shows the .357 higher in one shot stop percentage.The .357 magnum is 96%,while the .44 magnum is 92%.You have to take into account that the data for the .357 is taken from over 600 shootings,while the .44 magnum is from only around 60 shootings.But what is better?I think that even though a .44 mag will over penetrate,it is still more deadly than the .357. What do you think?
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