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#189048 - 01/24/18 04:26 PM Re: I apologize in advance [Re: Chance Weldon]
Jeff460
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I have a 6.5 inch, half-lug barrel 500 Smith and Wesson with integral compensator that is Classic in looks and over-the-top in performance. I am a fan.
I also have a 460 Smith and Wesson with a 5 inch barrel and changeable muzzle brake.I like its clean look too. I use the 500 for 500 JRH and the 460 for 454 Casull. Less muzzle flash and still high in performance. I also shoot 45 Colt for practice in the handling of the gun. Buffalo Bore makes a 440 grain 500 JRH running a sedate 950 fps. Makes the 500 Smith and Wesson a fun gun to shoot and still good for hunting big game.

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#196189 - 11/27/18 04:36 AM Re: I apologize in advance [Re: James1979]
brentpham
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 Originally Posted By: James1979
You have a straight fluted barrel, with no obstructions, which made it pleasing to the eye. On a high performance handgun like that, a scope and not a front sight is what`s needed.......
I was impressed how by simply removing such a small piece could change the look of the handgun



You are right, chaging the scope have much effect on the handgun

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