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New for 2008!!!

I was just surfing and was glad to see Corbon is producing 469 Rowland(s?) in a 185 grain, two 230 grain and a 255 grainer! Good news as Georgia Arms dropped the heavy loads last year!

https://www.dakotaammo.net/shop/product_info.php?cPath=22_148&products_id=297

Sorry Full-auto, Kimber4ever; Like Joe at;

http://www.realguns.com/archives/newarc.htm

My MIM original Kimber Gold match has shot around 1200 rounds of Rowland along with thousands of 22s through the conversion kit and tens of thousands of standard and +p ACPs. Gosh , its still as fine as of a 1911 as any you own!

Ah, another satisfied Kimber owner!

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AWESOME NEWS! but... where did Corbon get the brass???? Starline (and their distributors) has been out of stock on 460 Rowland for some time now... Clark Customs was the only place with 460 rowland brass in stock. Hmmmm.... Maybe all the brass was sold to Corbon so they could make loaded 460s

Glad to know this caliber has not died and faded away. Mechtech in hand, and Clark Conversion on its way... I'm fitting it to a Kimber Custom II.

I'll try some of the CorBon loaded 460 Rowland... but am still waiting for new Starline Brass.
 
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