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Old 08-07-2015, 03:34 AM
Jcordell Jcordell is offline
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Originally Posted by Mazryonh View Post
Well, that just gives more reason for those using purpose-built .40 S&Ws to go and try 10mm handguns. Conversion barrels to .40 S&W are usually available for those.
I always heard good things about the S&W 1006. Built like a boat anchor. Not meant to be a CCW pistol, but very solid. I own a second generation S&W Model 745 and that's one solid pistol. Again pretty massive, but I didn't buy it to carry on my ankle.
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