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bykerhd
March 15, 2010, 13:05
How's this for a pocket pistol ?
The Beretta seemed kind of puny looking. Not very intimidating looking.
The guy in the gun shop swore up and down this slightly used Smith and Wesson would "fill the bill".:wink:
Having trouble finding pocket holsters listed for it.
Not much listed at all for holsters to fit a 460 XVR actually ?
No idea why ?

bykerhd
March 15, 2010, 13:08
I'm thinkin' maybe that gun shop guy sold me a bill of goods !
He swore up and down the ammo would be compatible with the Beretta !
I think you would have to hammer those suckers in there !:cry:

Muggzy
March 15, 2010, 13:37
chuckle.....ya throw the Beretta at 'em and while they are ducking you pull the .460 out.

Mercy....those are big buwits

gobbler
March 15, 2010, 21:18
Got a little Beretta .32 Tomcat, you would be shocked how accurate the little sucker is! fits great in it's front pocket holster....disappears in a a pair of jeans or shorts in the summer. You can always be armed any where, any time.

TideWater 41009
March 16, 2010, 19:48
Originally posted by bykerhd
How's this for a pocket pistol ?
The Beretta seemed kind of puny looking. Not very intimidating looking.
The guy in the gun shop swore up and down this slightly used Smith and Wesson would "fill the bill".:wink:
Having trouble finding pocket holsters listed for it.
Not much listed at all for holsters to fit a 460 XVR actually ?
No idea why ?

??? I'd be every bit as compliant with the Beretta pointed at me as I would with the S&W.

You will enjoy the Smith except when you shoot it.

bykerhd
March 16, 2010, 22:09
from TideWater 41009You will enjoy the Smith except when you shoot it.

:uhoh: :tongue: :biggrin:
COULD be something TO that !
I think I'm the THIRD owner of this slightly used Smith so far.:wink:

Opie
March 18, 2010, 09:25
So does that Smith include the gun carriage and cassion to go with it?

bykerhd
March 18, 2010, 20:22
No gun carriage or caisson.:tongue:
BUT, the box it comes in could double as a foot stool.
Or, maybe a small coffee table.:wink:

fry
March 18, 2010, 21:14
handled one the other night at the friends of the nra banquet, its a hand cannon for sure.

19&41
March 19, 2010, 06:13
Man, the pocket for that Smith has got to be in a pair of overalls!

buckshot007
March 20, 2010, 13:06
Don't listen to Fry.... Everyone knows he's recoil shy ;)

fry
March 20, 2010, 13:33
Originally posted by buckshot007
Don't listen to Fry.... Everyone knows he's recoil shy ;)

just because i cry like a little bitch after my so called friends talk me into firing a shoulder mounted howitzer......doestn mean that im recoil shy.

bykerhd
March 20, 2010, 21:12
I got to try a shot out of a Mauser built in .416 Taylor the other day.
That's a .458 Win Mag necked down to .416.
Pretty good push on the shoulder.:wink:
I still haven't gotten to try out the .460 Smith yet. Hopefully, next weekend.

Blackmore
March 21, 2010, 19:55
If the long barrel of that .460 makes it seem too heavy after prolonged use, we have one of these kits with a short barrelled model at the shop - also .460 :eek:

http://www.gunblast.com/images/AndyTuttle_SW460ES/IMG_0200.jpg

bykerhd
March 21, 2010, 21:12
I like it Blackmore ! :biggrin:
Is the grip bright yellow so it will be easier to find it in the bear scat after it has passed though the bear's "system" ?:uhoh: :wink: :tongue:

Opie
April 05, 2010, 09:44
Originally posted by Blackmore
If the long barrel of that .460 makes it seem too heavy after prolonged use, we have one of these kits with a short barrelled model at the shop - also .460 :eek:

http://www.gunblast.com/images/AndyTuttle_SW460ES/IMG_0200.jpg


I'll bet that one round through that would blow your eardrums and detach your retinas....either way no worries about getting attacked by a bear since you won't see him coming or hear your bones crunching lol

gunner30
April 05, 2010, 09:49
My local shop also has one of those S&W bear attack kits. I suggested they change it a bit to "Mother In Law attack kit" Far more likelihood of that than a bear atack;)

Gunner

brucey44
April 13, 2010, 20:52
It's funny with beretta's- you show people and they think you are kidding around with a toy gun - but when you shoot something with it they soon stop with the toy gun jokes.

I know it looks small but it is so easy to carry around- but yes I too have found difficulty getting small holsters- I just put it in my socks

bykerhd
April 13, 2010, 21:50
The DeSantis Nemesis nylon holsters are inexpensive and work quite well for the little Berettas. If I were younger, in better shape, much more agile, and thinner :rolleyes:, an ankle holster might be of some interest. :biggrin:

Glocker #1
April 18, 2010, 19:07
Good that its short barreled, less painful when the bear shoves it up your ass lol!

dogngun
May 14, 2010, 07:54
If you can get those rounds to work in that gun,


don't shoot it.


Might be a little blasty out of that short barrel.....


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