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HERE ARE A COUPLE OF MINE!!  HAVE A FEW OTHERS ie RIA/JAVILINA X 2/DAN WESSON RAZORBACK/ & A COUPLE OF OTHERS.  Will try and get a 10mm family picture, if I can get them all together!!!LOL
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Originally posted by desertmoon desertmoon wrote:

Didn't Remington buy Rohrbaugh???  Which is the same as going out of business completely these days.

Remington did buy Rohrbaugh and is selling a 380 based roughly on the Rohrbaugh.  It is a very good pistol.

I doubt that they will try to duplicate the Rohrbaugh 9mm.  I feel it would be too problematic.
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Originally posted by USA 1776 USA 1776 wrote:

Don't know about Remington, but just read that Bond Arms is coming out with design similar to Rorbaugh's.

Beemer, might have to remove top two guns from that pic...you know about the AMP and I was told Wildey Moore is trying to get going again.

My favorite 10mm is a conv. kit in a Grizzly. The extra weight makes it feel like shooting a .45 Govt.!

Bond has purchase the Boberg company and is supposed to start producing the "Bond Bullpup 9mm" later this year.

A group of investors are machining parts for the New Wildey's as we speak.  They are producing ammo and will start taking orders for pistols in June.  I talked to George Benedict with the New Wildey Co. yesterday.  They have some 357 barrel stock left from years ago.  He is going to talk to Wil about finding their old chamber reamer so they can build me a 357 Wildey barrel also known as the 357 Peterbuilt.
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Originally posted by KMP KMP wrote:





The Bren Ten is THE Mack-Daddy of all 10mm.

There are been plenty of good and a few very good 10mm over the years, but they all bow down to the original.

After 2 trips back to Colt and finally buying Chip McCormack parts and doing it myself I have a decent trigger on my Delta Gold Cup, and this Blue Steel version seems so much tighter and more accurate than the previous Stainless version. 

Still not thrilled with the Series 80 firing pin safety crap, just haven't had time to rip it out.

I will regret selling my Bren Ten till the day I die.  I had a perfectly fitted gun and several mags and it shot like a dream.  I foolishly listened to the advice of others and sold it at a market high point and bought more Auto Mag stuff. 

The Bren Ten was without a doubt one of the top 5 pistols I have ever owned.

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Originally posted by BEEMER1 BEEMER1 wrote:

A group of investors are machining parts for the New Wildey's as we speak.  They are producing ammo and will start taking orders for pistols in June.  I talked to George Benedict with the New Wildey Co. yesterday.  They have some 357 barrel stock left from years ago.  He is going to talk to Wil about finding their old chamber reamer so they can build me a 357 Wildey barrel also known as the 357 Peterbuilt.


Is that built on the 475 brass?

Is it any more potent than the 357 AMP???

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Originally posted by Auto Mag Auto Mag wrote:

Originally posted by BEEMER1 BEEMER1 wrote:

A group of investors are machining parts for the New Wildey's as we speak.  They are producing ammo and will start taking orders for pistols in June.  I talked to George Benedict with the New Wildey Co. yesterday.  They have some 357 barrel stock left from years ago.  He is going to talk to Wil about finding their old chamber reamer so they can build me a 357 Wildey barrel also known as the 357 Peterbuilt.


Is that built on the 475 brass?

Is it any more potent than the 357 AMP???

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The 357 Peterbuilt is the 475 Wildey case necked to 357.  There were very few of the 357's built back in the late 80's. 

The tested velocities were 158 gr at 2060 fps and 125 gr at 2300 fps both out of a 10" barrel.  Wildey never pushed their loads like Lomont and others did with the Auto Mags either.
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The Colt Delta Elites are very nice pistols for the 10mm but lack chamber support.  Underwood loads a near maximum pressure load in the 10mm that can't be fired in a Delta.

The newer 1911's featuring a ramped barrel are a better platform for the 10.  Dan Wesson makes very nice 10mm right now.

The chamber support on the Sig 220 is as good as any I have seen.  It looks like a real moose to me but I have not shot it yet.
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WOW, never heard of this before.

Have there been problems with Bbl/Chambers in Delta's ???

I recall problems with the slides in the earliest batch of Delta's

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Yeah, I've had a couple over the years that I sold and now I totally regret. In fact, the first Bren that I bought and sold over twenty years ago matches the serial number of one of my AM1s. A few years back I found out who owns that Bren and I've been trying to buy it back since. Note to self; Never Sell Anything!

Originally posted by Auto Mag Auto Mag wrote:

Originally posted by KMP KMP wrote:





The Bren Ten is THE Mack-Daddy of all 10mm.

There are been plenty of good and a few very good 10mm over the years, but they all bow down to the original.

After 2 trips back to Colt and finally buying Chip McCormack parts and doing it myself I have a decent trigger on my Delta Gold Cup, and this Blue Steel version seems so much tighter and more accurate than the previous Stainless version. 

Still not thrilled with the Series 80 firing pin safety crap, just haven't had time to rip it out.

I will regret selling my Bren Ten till the day I die.  I had a perfectly fitted gun and several mags and it shot like a dream.  I foolishly listened to the advice of others and sold it at a market high point and bought more Auto Mag stuff. 

The Bren Ten was without a doubt one of the top 5 pistols I have ever owned.

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Originally posted by BEEMER1 BEEMER1 wrote:

[QUOTE=USA 1776]Don't know about Remington, but just read that Bond Arms is coming out with design similar to Rorbaugh's.


Bond has purchase the Boberg company and is supposed to start producing the "Bond Bullpup 9mm" later this year.

A group of investors are machining parts for the New Wildey's as we speak.  They are producing ammo and will start taking orders for pistols in June.  I talked to George Benedict with the New Wildey Co. yesterday.  They have some 357 barrel stock left from years ago.  He is going to talk to Wil about finding their old chamber reamer so they can build me a 357 Wildey barrel also known as the 357 Peterbuilt.



Sorry about the mix-up...similar guns both with crazy names, had a senior moment.
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