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Old January 9th, 2017, 09:47 AM   #76
 
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Old January 9th, 2017, 12:17 PM   #77
 
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Originally the idea of making magnum cases longer was to keep them from being chambered in older guns. It was and still is a safety issue. This is certainly something that should be addressed. I appreciate the efforts that DPris has made for all of us shooters.
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Originally the idea of making magnum cases longer was to keep them from being chambered in older guns. It was and still is a safety issue. This is certainly something that should be addressed. I appreciate the efforts that DPris has made for all of us shooters.
This is important information that should be shared. If it fits, someone is going to try it unwittingly or not. I dont really understand the resistance to this concept of safety.
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I dont really understand the resistance to this concept of safety.

You use anything else that's on you.




Same concept as moving to New York city and than blaming Trump because you were robbed.
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Same concept as moving to New York city and than blaming Trump because you were robbed.
Now that doesn't make any sense.
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