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Old 07-16-2011, 07:15 AM   #41
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There really is no similarity between the BIG automag and the .22 versions. I wish I hadn't sold my .44 (I've still got the dies and stuff to make cases from .308 brass) but my experience with the rimfires was mixed. I got a real kick out of the .22 Magnum version, lots of noise, muzzle flash but no recoil.

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Oh, I don't doubt the .44 versions are MUCH more interesting...and fun! But I'll never have one, sooo...I'd settle for a little pistol that kinda sorta looks like the big dog!

Doing pretty good, Charlie. Saw both doctors this week, finish up this last week of IV antibiotics, and off to rehab again! Bloodwork is good, they even did an MRI (all that steel and everything! Ain't modern medicine cool?) The MRI found no traces of abscesses or fluid collections. My history has been come off antibiotics, go to rehab, infection rears back up. We'll see
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Old 07-16-2011, 11:14 AM   #42
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Mr. Petty,
I have wondered if Tom and I are related. Since I live close to Salt Lake, the geneology capital of the world, it would take a few names and birthdates to find out.
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That's why I asked because I knew he was in UT
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Old 05-19-2013, 09:25 PM   #44
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Twisted Industries .22 unit on my Keltec PF9 9mm. cause it lets me and trainees work with the same sort of gun that I do and they will be ccwing.
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I have a Smith and Wesson Model 46 that had seen a hard life but shot well. It had some pitting and flecks of rust on the grip strap, some holster wear! along with split chipped Model 41 grips. I had it refinished and put a set of Herrett stocks on it. Hardly anyone has ever seen a Model 46 before so it's a bit of Smith and Wesson marketing history.

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Thanks for coming over Mr. Turpin... RU related to Tom?
Do you refer to the composer of Nightmare Rag? Or is there another Tom Turpan?

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Old 05-20-2013, 06:12 AM   #46
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It's Turpin... he's probably best known for firearms photographs
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