.45mm revolver

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  1. KING64

    KING64 New Member

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    Check this out:

    http://www.helenair.com
    (Sunday, 5-24-2009 on line edition)

    Another news person who is soooo informed and knowledgeable about firearms. :rolleyes:

    The photo shows a revolver the writer refers to as a .45mm.
  2. If the idiot commenting there ever fires some sort of a 45mm cartridge in a revolver, I would love to watch. :D;)
  3. Marlin T

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    I would expect more from my hometown newspaper even it was written by a chick.
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    Holy crap!!! 45mm?! So when is the Air Force going to retrofit the A-10 fleet with the new 45mm revolver?:rolleyes:
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    Didn't know Helena was your home town. Our property over there is in the Big Belts on the east side of Canyon Ferry Lake and between Avalanche Gulch and White Gulch.
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    One thing was correct. 45mm IS a LARGE CALIBER. Obviously no proofreader there.
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    Wow, I'm surprised nobody pointed that out in the comments.
  8. A .45 caliber is indeed a large revolver, Speedy. The slugs are just under a half inch in diameter. There are lots of those around. A 45mm slug would be almost exactly 1 and 3/4 inches in diameter, more like an artillery shell than a revolver cartridge! :eek: Even the gun on the A-10 Warthog is only 30mm, and 37mm shells were the main gun armament on some tanks in WWII. :rolleyes:
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    Then ...:mad:

    Pops
  10. USMCSpeedy

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    Thats what I meant. Like I said, obviously no proofreader.
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    You are just a hop, skip and a jump away from Bilk Mountain. Ahhhh, Gods country for sure.

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  12. Quite possibly, the proofreader, if there was one, was as totally clueless as the writer! :D
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    Yep. The old cabin is right at the mouth of Bilk Gulch.
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    I have fired twin 40mm Borfors, and you need wheels, head, ear and eye protection. The tank (an M48), lurched and staggered. The "ribbon" of brass shells ejected after a quick burst was mind blowing. I want to see the guy shoot a 45mm revolver. I'll be behind the sandbags about 50 feet back, next to the meat wagon! TJ
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    I want one of those. Damn the torpedoes, full spead ahead.
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