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So, as promised, and to the best of one's abilities under the circumstances, One provides video evidence of what one stated in another thread. One hopes this will be suffcient, furthermore, one hopes that the following videos will bring you enjoyment.


5 Shots from .45 Ithaca 1911 mixmaster at 50 mts:

http://s137.photobucket.com/albums/q220/LavaRed/?action=view&current=Turkey.flv

4 shots on target, with one flier, low and to the right, on the second shot. Target area aproximately the size of a turkey's head (Live turkey sample shown for comparison).

.38 S&W cartridge hand fed and fired from a Desert Eagle .357 Magnum Pistol

http://s137.photobucket.com/albums/q220/LavaRed/?action=view&current=DesertEagle38SW.flv

Having someone else hold the camera (who doesn't know how to use it well) very close while one chambers the round, and then shooting while one holds the camera in the other hand can present a challenge; also extracting the spent case under similar circumstances, given the Desert Eagle's particularly hard recoil springs. One hopes to be forgiven the operating clumsiness that ensues.

P.S: One begs your forgiveness for the marginal video quality, however, it seems to be a side effect of my poor video-taking skills, combined with the effects of video compression.
 

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Just what does this have to do with USGI pistols? That's why the other thread was closed.
 
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