Pair of Buck Rogers .45s

Discussion in 'Anything Else' started by Netfotoj, Nov 6, 2007.

  1. Netfotoj

    Netfotoj Premium Member

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    Got two emails today offering about the oddest pair of .45s I've seen lately so I thought I'd share them here.

    I've considered this Beretta carbine but had only seen it previously in 9mm and .40, not .45 ACP. Is that new?

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    Then there's this Masterpeice Arms MPA10S Pistol, 45ACP with side handle and rail.

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    Nasty looking little sucker. Is that a knock-off of a MAC-10? Or a Steyr TMP?

    I might consider that Beretta carbine one of these days, but can't see much use for the little ugly sucker. (Unless it was fully auto, like Scarface/300's Thompson!) :mrgreen:
     
  2. IrkedCitizen

    IrkedCitizen New Member

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    I'm not sure if the .45acp cx4 is new or not but my buddy has one in .40 He likes it.
     

  3. Syntax360

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    I have a pal w/ the .40 CX4 as well. It's a REALLY fun/cool gun, but the lack of aftermarket is a killer. Someone needs to come out with some quality high caps for those guns and then I'll consider the purchase... I believe 9mm has a working 30 rounder, but the promag .40 high caps suck and I'm pretty sure no one has made anything larger than the factory 8 rounder for .45.

    One other thing that sucks is that I've seen some ambiguous ATF letters that say you can't suppress the CX4 even with a SBR stamp, and the folks who have hushed their rifles complain that they are stupid loud for what it is... :(
     
  4. Zundfolge

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    I've always thought the .45 Storm would be awesome with a can on it.
     
  5. Buzz

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    I think that the .45 CX4 has been around as I seem to recall it was a choice when I got my .40. I chose the .40 as I felt that a hot .40 round would be well suited for a carbine where the .45 performance might fall of to a greater degree with distance. For me distance is a consideration for a carbine more so than for a pistol.

    Other than attaching a factory top rail I have left the gun pretty much as is. While it is a fun gun I've thought about selling it on occasion but have decided to keep it as I would regret selling it. That said, my preference is still for a rifle when going beyond a pistol.

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  6. BulletBait

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    The MA MAC-10 lookalike has a rep for being OK to crap.

    Can't go wrong with the storm :wink: