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Old November 9, 2012, 05:01 PM   #11
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When I fired the 44 Mag Deagle, I was impressed, as the massive pistol soaked up recoil quite well, and the muzzle blast was redirected to the sides. I had no issues, but the poor slobs NEXT to me were nailed with serious shock wave.
I handled an AutoMag once - the grip was too big for my average sized hands to securely grip it, so I probably wouldn't try shooting it. If I dropped it and broke something, I could never repair it...
The big automatics have not just weight, but recoil systems and gas systems, (like the above pictured lovely Wildey), that must greatly assist with recoil - it's the monster magnum REVOLVERS I have no interest in ever trying...
Years ago I saw a bumper sticker in Tucson, "I shot the Casul and survived."
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