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    I didn't even know such an animal existed! I can't imagine holding onto that thing. My NAA 22lr is all but impossible to keep in my hand.

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    Good discussion.An old friend had a .500 S&W magnum,I got to unload five rounds.I was expecting a bomb going off in my hands,but the recoil was minor,with it being so damn big and all.His brother had quite a collection.I shot his various handguns one after another,to compare them.A .45 acp,.45 Colt,.357,and a .44 mag.Of all those,including the .500,his little Taurus snub-nose .44 had the best kick.Number one would have to be the 12 gauge wildcats I used to make.I don't mess with the powder anymore,I know nothing of reloading,and I blew up a Win 1400 completely,from the barrel to the frame,it was a shell with 4 times the powder.I injured my left arm pretty good.But my standard wildcats only had double the powder.They performed like cannon shells,in all ways.But even with those I broke up the internal parts of my Revelation 12.Strangely,number two would be my 26.5mm flare gun.I test fired it once,and it really surprised me.I'm recoil tolerant,but that gun flew wildly up in the air,was louder than a shotgun.It's black powder,but they have more powder than a 12 gauge magnum.I'm surprised they can sell those to anyone.

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    Astra Terminator. It's a 2 inch barrel, custom 44 magnum. Kicks like crazy and louder than my ex-wife.

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    .500 s&w

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    454. A fun gun to shoot. Robert

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    I recently purchased a Magnum Research BFR in 45-70, I started working with some handloades this weekend. I tried a couple at max recommended load with a 405 gr bullet, they were more then a handfull. Lots of fun to shoot the heavy loads once or twice but thats it!

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    Single shot 12 guage when I was a kid,lol

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    TC Contender in 357 Rem Max with 200 gr handloads. Most impressive to watch was 10" Contender with 223 barrel and some military surplus rounds shot at night. At least a 5 foot ring of fire.

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    Check this out

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqOZU...eature=related

    If you listen close at first he says this is a half load.
    Glenn

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    .50

    .50 cal S&W revolver.

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    greasy fingers?

    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Check this out

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqOZU...eature=related

    If you listen close at first he says this is a half load.
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    ha, ha!

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    in the military a 120MM sabot round out of a M1A1, but as a civi pistol: 44 magnum and rifle: .50 bushmaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Check this out

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqOZU...eature=related

    If you listen close at first he says this is a half load.
    Glenn
    I think he took that "aim every shot" sign a little too seriously. If you're gonna shoot a gun with that much power, just get it pointed somewhere down range, and be more concentrated on managing the after affects.

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    I saw a picture of that gun on line. It's a custom made either 500 or 600 nitro express.

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    Smile Ouch!!!

    I think I have you all beat. Back in the day I bought a nickel desert eagle 44 mag. (they only came in nickel or flat black back then) I ordered the 14in. barrel for it too. That was one big and heavy gun! Then I got the bright idea-- since this is the biggest 44 mag in the world, why not buy the smallest and set them side by side and tell everyone- they are the same caliber! So I bought an American Derrenger 3in. 44 mag.(the bullet fits in the barrel) so that leaves about 1 1/2in. of barrel left. Now how do I describe the recoil. It's like holding a 44 mag bullet in your left hand and a pointy hammer in your right--- the derrenger sold for "like new" condition. The lump in my palm healed in about a week.

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    I think the biggest I remember was the first time I ever fired a .44 Magnum. It was a fellow shooter at the range, and I had just finished up with a .357 Magnum when the gentleman offered to let me toss 6 down range in this modified Ruger Redhawk. By modified, I mean he took the stock 6" barrel and cut it down to 2", and had taken his aftermarket rubber grips off and put the stock wooden ones back on. It just about ate my lunch, I remember feeling the impact in the palm of my hand, then the top of my wrist, then through my shoulder and down my spine. Not wanting to waste the opportunity, I let off the other 5, an act of defiance the little b@st@rd Redhawk would make me regret later, it took a while until I could feel in that hand again. He mused that he probably should have left the rubber grips on.

    Thankfully it didn't turn me off on the caliber, as I just got a S&W Model 629 6" with a Mag-Na-Ported barrel, and before that, had owned and fired a Model 29 before selling it, which was tamer than that 2" beast, and was much more fun to shoot.

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    .44 Mag 300 gr Bullet in a Super Black Hawk.
    458 win in a double barrel guide gun. I hurt for two weeks after.

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    Smith and Wesson 340 Scandium... 11.5 ounce .357 it is not fun

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    I just watched that video. It is a Nitro Express 600. That dude is about twice my size and if he couldn't handle it, I think I will definitely pass. The hardest kicking rifle for me was probably an old .303 military issue Enfield I had as a 19 year old just learning how to shoot. I really can't remember any issues with pistols since the largest caliber I have ever owned is a .40SW.

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    ouch

    Revolver: s+w scandium snubbie with full power 357 hp.
    Shotgun: Old old single shot 36 inch barrel goose gun WOW ! It was pretty light and it WOULDN'T
    stay on my shoulder !
    50 A+E was loudest semi but not hardest kicking !
    T

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