Yes. As a hobbyist, I'm often partial to the new stuff. I was ridiculed when I picked up the frist prototype G27 357 SIG barrel. Now it's happening all over again with the gap. I do enjoy making those big holes in the paper though. Besides, what other caliber has an entire chain of dedicated stores selling memorable paraphernalia -- The Gap. :wink:DeanSpeir said:I knew it was going to come to this! No opportunity for Peter Jordan to hump his "Cartridge de Decade" will go wanting!
Last time out it was the 357 SIG, now it's the .45 G.A.P.
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