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Old May 6, 2013, 08:13 AM   #50
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So your saying their is a chance then? So, for let's say, up to a 40 mega-ton blast or less I'd be looking at what, maybe a new slide stop and decocker,
It was more of a reference question as to it's toughness. It has one of the thickest polymer handles ive seen.

I would like nothing better for Smith and Wesson to bring back thier all steel autos, especially the 1076.
Many use to say the same thing when they started using the alloys used in the 5096, 4096 etc.

They were much lighter alloys in the frame , avoided rust and reliable as you could ask for. However the cost of the alloy metal and the high price to machine it left a door open for a competitor to come along and use plastic frames.
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