Boberg introducing a .45

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  • Younggun

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    Ok, I remember now. They make the funny loading 9mm.


    Don't know that I wanna spend $1200 for one, but want one.
     

    southtexaspilot

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    I like ugly. Makes me look handsome next to it. In all seriousness though, I care more about how it shoots. An inch shorter than a g36 with the same size barrel, I'd be interested.

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    ShootingTheBull

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    Yeah, the appeal factor to Boberg is that they can squeeze a longer barrel into the same overall length. So for the same length barrel, you get a smaller gun. Or, for the same size gun, you get a more powerful pistol. But they're expensive and they apparently can not be used with all ammo, as the unique feeding system definitely prefers some rounds over others. I don't know that I'd rush out to get one just yet, but I am always a fan of genuine innovation, and the Boberg seems to have innovated here.
     

    Tremors

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    I would want one because of the different operating system. But the price kills that dream:asniper:.
     
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