View Poll Results: Would you buy a 1911 chambered in .357 Magnum??

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Thread: Opinion: A 1911 in .357 Magnum. Would you buy? [pics]

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    Are coonon still being manufactured ?

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    I think so...
    They are coming in many different variants...
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    Quote Originally Posted by a55kika View Post
    The AMT automag chambered in .22WMR

    Was sweet to hold it...Incredibly slim and light 8-9 round mag capacity.
    Luminous sighting system and crisp trigger.
    Sadly it had a LOT of FTFeed and FTFire issues.
    This weapon was incredibly loud and had quite a muzzle flash(experienced during a firing session compared to the 9mm)
    The AMT, KelTec comes out with pistols in unusual calibers for pistols like the .22 RF Mag and .357 but unfortunately these are always plagued with FTE,FTF andfail to fire and lack accuracy. They have again brought out a .22mag pistol with 30 shot magazine and the net is ablaze with the problems it is giving

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    Most assuredly not! After my experience with an IMI Desert Eagle, I have come to the conclusion that rimmed cartridges are not conducive to eliminating or reducing instances of FTF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faisji View Post
    I could not do better than this ! + 10 Faisji !

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    A belated YESSS

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    Quote Originally Posted by hounddawg View Post
    Most assuredly not! After my experience with an IMI Desert Eagle, I have come to the conclusion that rimmed cartridges are not conducive to eliminating or reducing instances of FTF.
    1911 in a heart beat

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    Quote Originally Posted by hounddawg View Post
    Most assuredly not! After my experience with an IMI Desert Eagle, I have come to the conclusion that rimmed cartridges are not conducive to eliminating or reducing instances of FTF.
    I've shot a lot of .44 Magnum through a Desert Eagle. It was interesting; it would shoot the cheapest no-name "white box" ammunition without a problem, but it didn't like any of the reloads I made using my older Hornady and Speed loading manuals. For the various applicable powders I had on hand, I found I usually had to start at the "maximum" load on the chart and work it up a grain at a time until it would reliably cycle the pistol. Not enough power = FTF. Almost enough power = FTE. The brass looked fine and the primers weren't flattened, so I wrote it down as extremely conservative listings in the books.

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    Do want as well.

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    I kinda want an IWI Desert Eagle in .44 now...

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    I never knew that mag pistols exist to..wow its an eye opener for me

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