Yep, a novelty - but a pricey one.Nice little gun.
The only thing that bothers me is it was reported in that article the Boberg tends to "disassemble" cheap .45 ammo, or ammo which isn't crimped.
The near $1200 price tag .... meh. If it wouldn't disassemble ammo.....
I think I will keep my XDs .45.
You're not the only person I've heard make this complaint. Frankly I really don't notice the difference.I don't like the trigger on my XDs near as much since the recall/upgrade.
Somehow, I believe someone could find a way...or give it a darn good try, at least.When working at a LGS a lady came in to purchase a .25 auto. She asked how the bullets went in...I replied it depended which way she wanted them to come out. I suggested a revolver as there was no way to mess up putting the ammo in.
Is this one of those Sy Fy channel movies where they use Airsoft M-16s with flat-tops that have no sights?Speaking of loading mags, I just finished watching Battle: L.A.
Near the end of the flick, the Marines are reloading mags prior to reentering the fray.
With 7.62 X 39...
Nope, this was actually a pretty big budget flick and for the most part was pretty good, if you like sci-fi.Is this one of those Sy Fy channel movies where they use Airsoft M-16s with flat-tops that have no sights?