TheInnerCityCottage

Nick;
fly fishing, nature, gunsmithing and other things I have a passion for. Don't be shy to ask a question.
coffeeandspentbrass:

freexcitizen:

militiamedic:


Calibers
380, 9mm, 9mm +p, 40s&w, 45acp, 45acp +p (Federal HST), 10mm (Doubletap 200gr Hardcast flatnose awesome), 460 Rowland, 44 special, 45 Long Colt, 44mag, 44 mag ++P (340gr Buffalo Bore 1700 ftlbs!), 6.8spc, 308 Win
Source

I have never seen a weapon in 460 Roland….

Its usually glock and  1911 .45acp conversions

I’m going to get another 1911 and convert it to .460 Rowland one of these days.

coffeeandspentbrass:

freexcitizen:

militiamedic:

Calibers

380, 9mm, 9mm +p, 40s&w, 45acp, 45acp +p (Federal HST), 10mm (Doubletap 200gr Hardcast flatnose awesome), 460 Rowland, 44 special, 45 Long Colt, 44mag, 44 mag ++P (340gr Buffalo Bore 1700 ftlbs!), 6.8spc, 308 Win

Source

I have never seen a weapon in 460 Roland….

Its usually glock and  1911 .45acp conversions

I’m going to get another 1911 and convert it to .460 Rowland one of these days.

(Source: gunrunnerhell)

dmpipes:

The 3rd and 4th logs were notched and set into place.

The notching is done with a log scribe, axe, and gouge. They are concave to produce a tightly fitting edge that both sheds water and tightens over time. Each notch looks like a unique hand carved bowl…