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Discussion in 'Sports & Outdoor Adventure' started by powerman, Jun 2, 2018.

  1. powerman

    powerman AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    This Smith & Wesson XVR460 is so much fun shooting but can be a real handful with the extreme loads. I like it very much due to the versatility being able to shoot 45Colt, 454Casull and the 460's. The only loads that are a little painful are the 300 to 360 grain full house loads. Any other members shoot these rounds and do you like the 460 round. I have shot about 250 rounds it can be costly. From L to R 45Colt 44Mag 460 Mag

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  2. Yamaki

    Yamaki Not For Hire Subscriber

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  3. soundmotor

    soundmotor super modified Subscriber

    The big wheelgun calibers interest the hell out of me (.480 Ruger too) but I am not sure I'd ever own one. Gave up on my Super Blackhawk .44 Magnum. Admittedly that's a terrible package to tame recoil, shooting that from a Model 29 S&W way better. It's this comment on the .460 S&W that gets me (from wiki) "....utilizing 300 grain bullets, the recoil is more likely to feel like "three times" that of what a .44 Magnum...". Geebus! Also available in a snub nose for the true masochist -


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    This gets my attention though, .460 S&W levergun w/ suppressor -



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  4. powerman

    powerman AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Smith & Wesson 500 Mag Performance Center this one starts to feel uncomfortable after 20 rounds
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