Reaming M92 for .460 Rowland?

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Re: Reaming M92 for .460 Rowland?

Postby medezyner » 19 Dec 2018 12

dionesius3 wrote:If Coonan arms comes out of "restructuring" (their words) they intend to expand their offerings to include the .44mag in the 1911 format.
I have a .357 Mag version of theirs and it's a sweet shooter.


Hopefully they do because I would give a 6" 44 mag a serious look, but I would also be very cautious of anyone coming out of restructuring.
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Re: Reaming M92 for .460 Rowland?

Postby HarryAlonzo » 19 Dec 2018 22

Warhawk wrote:Rangerpoint Precision in Houston converts Marlin leverguns to 9mm and 45 ACP.


Not anymore. Although I didn't confirm, since their website sucks and I lost my patience.
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Re: Reaming M92 for .460 Rowland?

Postby Ranch Dog » 20 Dec 2018 09

HarryAlonzo wrote:
Warhawk wrote:Rangerpoint Precision in Houston converts Marlin leverguns to 9mm and 45 ACP.


Not anymore. Although I didn't confirm, since their website sucks and I lost my patience.

I lost my patience with them as well. I was interested in some of their work, they never responded to any of my emails.
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Re: Reaming M92 for .460 Rowland?

Postby GasGuzzler » 21 Dec 2018 05

Ranch Dog wrote:
HarryAlonzo wrote:
Warhawk wrote:Rangerpoint Precision in Houston converts Marlin leverguns to 9mm and 45 ACP.


Not anymore. Although I didn't confirm, since their website sucks and I lost my patience.

I lost my patience with them as well. I was interested in some of their work, they never responded to any of my emails.

Well that's pretty funny since there was a time they sure talked a lot of game on the internet. +corn
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Re: Reaming M92 for .460 Rowland?

Postby Ranch Dog » 22 Dec 2018 06

Yep, it is. My sister lives within a mile of their business address, but I've not bothered to go by because of it.
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Re: Reaming M92 for .460 Rowland?

Postby Gray Fox » 10 Jan 2019 23

Another option is the Mech-Tech carbine upper that mounts onto either a 1911 lower or one from Glock. I have two of them, one in .45 acp and one in .460 Rowland with 1911 lowers. It takes about two minutes to put the upper on the lower. Both have small red dot sights on them and are quite accurate at 50 yards. Cost about $400.00. I'm in the opposite position from you as I am now trying to decide which of my 19lls to equip with a .460 Rowland barrel. I'm leaning towards a full size S&W 1911 Tactical Model right now. Gray Fox
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Re: Reaming M92 for .460 Rowland?

Postby medezyner » 14 Jan 2019 08

Gray Fox wrote:Another option is the Mech-Tech carbine upper that mounts onto either a 1911 lower or one from Glock. I have two of them, one in .45 acp and one in .460 Rowland with 1911 lowers. It takes about two minutes to put the upper on the lower. Both have small red dot sights on them and are quite accurate at 50 yards. Cost about $400.00. I'm in the opposite position from you as I am now trying to decide which of my 19lls to equip with a .460 Rowland barrel. I'm leaning towards a full size S&W 1911 Tactical Model right now. Gray Fox


Good suggestion about the Mech-Tech. I guess the only limiting factor would be the Kimbers dust cover. I'm purchasing the LS (6" long slide) so it probably wont work with the Mech-Tech. Interesting though.
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