View Poll Results: which rounds are better

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  • Early Century - .45 & 9mm

    120 81.63%
  • Late Century - .357 Sig & 10mm

    27 18.37%
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    Your all wrong, the 44. cap and ball is the best.

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    No, I've re-evaluated the situation. Rock throwing is where it is at!!!!

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    A rock! How primitive. You need a high tech launching system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
    No, I've re-evaluated the situation. Rock throwing is where it is at!!!!
    GREAT now they're gonna try and pass a shitload of rock control laws and Ill havta pave the driveway................

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    Dang you threadjackers!!! I'll post this poll again in 100 years and then we'll see who laughs last!!!! ................. LOL!!
    By the way, who makes holsters for that rock chucker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flashbang View Post
    Dang you threadjackers!!! I'll post this poll again in 100 years and then we'll see who laughs last!!!! ................. LOL!!
    By the way, who makes holsters for that rock chucker?
    Fred Flintstone.

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    I liken 40 S&W, 45, and 357 Sig.....9mm is ...........weak, but fun.

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    +1 with SW

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    I've had my 9mm for almost 20 years and it's done everything needed.
    If I really get some extra cash I might pick up a 45.

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    I'm enjoying this show!! But you know my favorite is more is considered more lethal than any of those mentioned. It's a drinking straw and a piece of paper. Can you say...
    ..."SPIT BALL!"

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    Screw all of that...from across the room, I can give the "stink eye" that will have more stopping power than any modern round!


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    ahhh not a caliber war!

    DOUGH!

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    The war is over.

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    This isn't a caliber "war." In order to have a WAR there needs to be some shooting.



    So here's what's going to happen. I will shoot each of you with each of the calibers in question, and then we'll take a vote to see if we can all decide on which one ruined your day the most.

    Sound good?

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    Go ahead and shoot at your computer, I guarantee you that I won't feel a thing.

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    I guess I'm a weirdo, I'd hav voted twice! My two primary carry pistols, based on what I'm wearing and how hot/cold it is are a .45 and a .357Sig.

    Oh well, both are expensive to shoot, both would do the job, both put a big fat smile on my face every time I shoot them. Win-Win for me.

    Zhur

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    Quote Originally Posted by unpecador View Post
    Go ahead and shoot at your computer, I guarantee you that I won't feel a thing.
    Trust me, some days I feel like doing just that. I hate computers.

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    Does anybody know what caliber rock David used to slay Goliath?

    I would think that is the ideal caliber.


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    You forgot to specify which century. Thus my choice, a half-inch round ball in a linen patch over 80 grains of fffg, is missing from the list.

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