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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarlath View Post
    Actually the version that shoots the .454 Casull is only a 6 shot due to the pressures of the cartridge. I asked. The Lightweight versions (AKA the 7 shot versions are NOT rated for .454 Casull rounds and use of them, I'm sure, is strongly discouraged.
    Here you go, unless the video is wrong. Could be, I hope not.

    youtube.com/watch?v=JAgGFcrs5hI&feature=player_embedded

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meph View Post
    Here you go, unless the video is wrong. Could be, I hope not.
    Video isn't wrong. The commentary is. Look closely at the chamberings labelled on the guns. ALL the lightweight alloy versions are .45 LC/.410 Ga whereas the Stainless versions include .454 Casull

    I have images that I'll post showing the difference once I'm at work.
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    The Standard Stainless version. Chambered for .45LC/454 Casull/410 GA, only 6 round capacity.



    The Ultralight version. Chambered for .45LC/410 GA (Not .454 Casull), with 7 round capacity.

    "Every loss of a soldier is a significant one. These great Canadians, died serving Canada and the people of Afghanistan."
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    I have to say, the cylinder doesn't look nearly as silly on the Raging Bull frame.
    Do you take what you can get or do you get what you can take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarlath View Post
    The Standard Stainless version. Chambered for .45LC/454 Casull/410 GA, only 6 round capacity.



    The Ultralight version. Chambered for .45LC/410 GA (Not .454 Casull), with 7 round capacity.

    *AUDIBLE DREAMS SHATTERING*

    I wanted my 7 shot ultralight .410/.45lc/.454c

    TT.TT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meph View Post
    *AUDIBLE DREAMS SHATTERING*

    I wanted my 7 shot ultralight .410/.45lc/.454c

    TT.TT
    Oh well. Instead of 454 Casull you'll have to settle for low power 410 defensive loads from Federal and Winchester. (The new Winchester ones are not high on the survivability chances of the attacker getting shot in self defense...).

    Winchester PDX1 defense loads for 410 & 12ga.

    410 ga. 2 1/2”, 3 Defense Disc™ projectiles with 12 BBs

    12 gauge 2-3/4” 1 oz rifled slug with 3 pellets 00 Buck- buffered
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarlath View Post
    Oh well. Instead of 454 Casull you'll have to settle for low power 410 defensive loads from Federal and Winchester. (The new Winchester ones are not high on the survivability chances of the attacker getting shot in self defense...).

    Winchester PDX1 defense loads for 410 & 12ga.

    410 ga. 2 1/2”, 3 Defense Disc™ projectiles with 12 BBs

    12 gauge 2-3/4” 1 oz rifled slug with 3 pellets 00 Buck- buffered
    Why would I shoot .410 when .45LC can be loaded pretty damn hot? .410 would be for messing around, but real fun starts after max .45LC pressures.

    *sadness*

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    Yeah, those new .410's are pretty nasty. I'm curious how much penetration those discs get. They group pretty tight, though (they actually catch the rifling of the barrel).
    Do you take what you can get or do you get what you can take?

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    Winchester stuff legal for Canadians?

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    Are any Canadian retailers stocking the Colt XSE rail gun? Thanks in advance.

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