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    Full length mag

    I was just wondering if the 444 was ever produced with a full length mag tube

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    My opinion is the recoil with the added weight of the full length mag tube full of ammo, would be very hard on the attachment points of the mag tube. When I had my Cowboy 45-70, I could see that being a issue with a mag full of heavy hitters!

    Their are only two kinds of people, those who own a 444 and those who wish they owned one, and yes folks, denial is bliss!

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