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Posted: 4/13/2006 6:16:15 PM EST
I was wondering if the .45 super would be a viable alternitive for a backpack / wilderness handgun.

not so much for hunting but just a all around do all defence gun.

I do not own a 10mm or .44 mag and I do not plan to buy any either. I already have a SA .45 so I was thinking of "upgradeing" this gun or nothing.

Link Posted: 4/13/2006 6:21:28 PM EST
Don't waste your time with that.

Link Posted: 4/13/2006 6:42:00 PM EST

Originally Posted By stormwalker:
I was wondering if the .45 super would be a viable alternitive for a backpack / wilderness handgun.

not so much for hunting but just a all around do all defence gun.

I do not own a 10mm or .44 mag and I do not plan to buy any either. I already have a SA .45 so I was thinking of "upgradeing" this gun or nothing.




I thought about getting some 45 Supers for when I'm camping using my USP (yes, you can shoot 45 Supers with a stock USP) but looking at the ballistics of the DoubleTap loads, there's not much difference so I'll be buying some of these rounds instead and stagger their FMJ/Gold Dot rounds.

<--- from the "anything but a 44 will get you killed in the woods" and the "staggering is for amateurs" folks
Link Posted: 4/13/2006 6:42:56 PM EST

Originally Posted By NME:
Don't waste your time with that.

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Link Posted: 4/13/2006 6:56:06 PM EST
Your .45 ACP could kill a bear.
Link Posted: 4/13/2006 7:01:27 PM EST
I have a Springfield Armory V16 .45 super Longslide.

It's fun.
Link Posted: 4/13/2006 7:04:40 PM EST
I shoot them out of my USP's all the time.
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