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  1. #11
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    For a minute I thought a heard someone say the P word.
    As if owning more than 5 guns is Practical... just make sure you load up on these..




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    Contrary to popular belief, a head shot is not necessarily a guaranteed kill shot....but it sure does take the fight out of 'em.

    and if one in every 100,000,000 M&M's contained enough cyanide to kill a person, the Mars candy company would be forced by public outcry to correct itóóó
    Bangswitch

  2. #12
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    I know many times I almost got one. Had quite a,few new and lime new ones in my hands.
    On my short list but something else always looks better.
    Always grabbed something mkore practical as far back az,1990 that has happened.
    In 1990 got the bug for one.90 I wanted one and they had a LNIB but ordered a 29 Classic blued custom sights in 8 3/8. Even the owner said I was smart. I got more use a and fun.
    One day I will get one or a S&W 500 14 inch custom shop.
    It is just not 1st on my list. Size is one problem for me.
    If ya,have the cash and want it no reason not to.
    Last edited by 340six; September 3rd, 2019 at 08:00 PM.

  3. #13
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    I have 3, 357, 44, and 50. The 50 is a handful to shoot, the 44 is amazing compared to a 44 smith revo and the 357 is like shooting weak 38spl out of a 6 inch 686.

    They only like to run on hot ammo, but are very accurate and soft to shoot. Stout 44 loads feel like 45acp out of a 1911.

    My 50 is the only mark 19, the others are mark 7. If I was going to buy them again I would do the 3 caliber kit. That way all would have pict railed barrels to run optics. No real need for multiple lowers as they are range toys or hunting guns.

    Great guns, well made and a blast to shoot. Most haters I have found either never shot one or are too weak to pick one up!
    "These Rocky Mountains aren't very rocky. Yeah, that John Denver is full of SH**!"

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdindadell View Post
    I have 3, 357, 44, and 50. The 50 is a handful to shoot, the 44 is amazing compared to a 44 smith revo and the 357 is like shooting weak 38spl out of a 6 inch 686.

    They only like to run on hot ammo, but are very accurate and soft to shoot. Stout 44 loads feel like 45acp out of a 1911.

    My 50 is the only mark 19, the others are mark 7. If I was going to buy them again I would do the 3 caliber kit. That way all would have pict railed barrels to run optics. No real need for multiple lowers as they are range toys or hunting guns.

    Great guns, well made and a blast to shoot. Most haters I have found either never shot one or are too weak to pick one up!
    Agree on all points. My first was a .357 and it was one of the problematic ones so I ditched it. I’ve heard IMI got it right eventually tho. All in all I find my MK VII performs as well as my XIX in 44 mag but it feels lighter. I shot 2 mags through a 50AE and thought it had a bit more snap than the 44 but by the second mag I realized the majority of that is the noise. I know if I’d bought a .50 or conversion barrel it would not get shot near as much.
    Contrary to popular belief, a head shot is not necessarily a guaranteed kill shot....but it sure does take the fight out of 'em.

    and if one in every 100,000,000 M&M's contained enough cyanide to kill a person, the Mars candy company would be forced by public outcry to correct itóóó
    Bangswitch

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    I have wanted a DE for years, but in 44 mag. I've had several in my hand and that was the problem.. for me the handle is to large to be comfortable. So.. I picked up a 500 S$W a few years ago, fits my hand just fine and a little more hog power than that 50AE.. Still want a DE.. but my hands in my 60s just aren't getting any bigger!

  6. #16
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    A friend bought one, it was fun to shoot. At the time it was also horribly expensive to feed.
    In the end it was cool if you could justify it but there wasn't much that you could do with that wasn't done better with something else.

  7. #17
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    I've owned one in 50AE for almost 20 years. Its fun to pull out of the safe every couple of years. Its big, its heavy, accurate and pricy to shoot. but its just too damn cool to not have one in the safe.


    If you need a reason to own one remember AMERICA FUQ yeah!

  8. #18
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    50AE is much more powerful than 10mm and even more powerful than .44mag. You're considering a Deagle so I assume price is not a concern. Plus if you had a .50 (even 50AE) you could refer to your .50 lol like "Let me go get my .50", or "my .50 could handle that" or "If I had my .50 on me..." haha it would just be cool to own "a .50". You don't buy a deagle for practical purposes. It would probably be a great pig gun, as heavy as it is, I'd rather tote that along than a rifle from pig hunting perspective, you can keep both hands free, and as long as you got one in the chamber you know you could get at least one off before it jams. Other than that it would be great to show off to out of town relatives, "Hey you guys wanna see my .50?" watch them drool... Or have a conniption... Usually one or the other.

  9. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mannelite View Post
    50AE is much more powerful than 10mm and even more powerful than .44mag. You're considering a Deagle so I assume price is not a concern. Plus if you had a .50 (even 50AE) you could refer to your .50 lol like "Let me go get my .50", or "my .50 could handle that" or "If I had my .50 on me..." haha it would just be cool to own "a .50". You don't buy a deagle for practical purposes. It would probably be a great pig gun, as heavy as it is, I'd rather tote that along than a rifle from pig hunting perspective, you can keep both hands free, and as long as you got one in the chamber you know you could get at least one off before it jams. Other than that it would be great to show off to out of town relatives, "Hey you guys wanna see my .50?" watch them drool... Or have a conniption... Usually one or the other.
    Its not often I look for a like button here (there isn’t and not really sure it should be), so bravo sir. Bavo.

  10. #20
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    Thoughts on the Desert Eagle 50AE?

    One small tidbit for avid shooters of these pistols:
    Go to Kahr arms website and search on the Desert Eagle parts page and order a couple extractor springs for 5 bucks each. Easy replacement and itíll keep yours running smooth. Just search part number DE01035 and itíll take you to the right page.






    If you look closely at the 4th pic you can see a new polymer spring to the left, and a spent one to the right. Iím not sure why thereís not a steel replacement. Itís about the same size as a AR10 extractor and very similar so Iím inclined to believe that part would work, but I donít wanna be the first to try.



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    Last edited by Magdump; September 13th, 2019 at 03:00 AM.
    Contrary to popular belief, a head shot is not necessarily a guaranteed kill shot....but it sure does take the fight out of 'em.

    and if one in every 100,000,000 M&M's contained enough cyanide to kill a person, the Mars candy company would be forced by public outcry to correct itóóó
    Bangswitch

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