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mtho
01-14-2007, 08:17
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giSaNiQ-Wb4&NR

me reload na yun at revolver yung ginamit

Kaiser Soze
01-14-2007, 10:06
Magaling talaga yan, there was even a year that he beat Leatham, and even The Jet...

revo
01-14-2007, 11:38
That's a highly modified revolver, modified for speed.

For example, the steel cylinder has been replaced with an aluminum one so it rotates faster.

The trigger pull has been ground down to maybe 1.5 lbs.

Still, that video is *****in'

coopal_131
01-14-2007, 12:27
Originally posted by revo
That's a highly modified revolver, modified for speed.

For example, the steel cylinder has been replaced with an aluminum one so it rotates faster.

The trigger pull has been ground down to maybe 1.5 lbs.

Still, that video is *****in' I still have the 1999 article from the SW Magazine. The revolvers were standard Performance Center 627 and 625, the same ones that he uses when he competes. All shots were fired double action. I don't think you can ignite any primer with 1.5-lb trigger pull in double action.

isuzu
01-14-2007, 20:10
If I'm not mistaken, I've seen him shoot at the Indiana State Match held in Kentucky in Sept. 2004. That guy is super fast with a revolver. Also saw Julie Goloski there.

darwin25
01-14-2007, 20:20
Originally posted by coopal_131
I don't think you can ignite any primer with 1.5-lb trigger pull in double action.

Using leaf type mainspring, yeah. But using coil type is another matter.

jimbullet
01-15-2007, 07:47
On a 1911 open gun, notwithstanding bragging, it really can be done. I never tried with a revolver though.

vega
01-15-2007, 10:19
Originally posted by jimbullet
On a 1911 open gun, notwithstanding bragging, it really can be done. I never tried with a revolver though.
With reload or are you going to put 12 rds in the mags?

coopal_131
01-15-2007, 10:46
Originally posted by darwin25
Using leaf type mainspring, yeah. But using coil type is another matter. The SW PC 625 and 627 are coil type and I am not aware of any double action revolvers that use leaf type mainspring. Maybe I am behind the power curve here but I thought only 1911-type pistols (maybe BHP too?) use leaf type springs.

coopal_131
01-15-2007, 10:51
Originally posted by jimbullet
On a 1911 open gun, notwithstanding bragging, it really can be done. I never tried with a revolver though. Maybe with a 1-1.5 lb. trigger pull single action? Please bear in mind that he fired all his shots in DA using standard production Performance Center revolvers. I haven't measured the DA pull on my PC 627, but I am guessing it's 6.5-7 lbs.

revo
01-15-2007, 11:31
Gentlemen,

Mr Miculek does extensive mods on his revolver himself.
Trust me on that one.

Blitzer
01-15-2007, 13:09
Originally posted by coopal_131
The SW PC 625 and 627 are coil type and I am not aware of any double action revolvers that use leaf type mainspring. Maybe I am behind the power curve here but I thought only 1911-type pistols (maybe BHP too?) use leaf type springs.

Some Colts do.

coopal_131
01-15-2007, 17:58
I scanned the two articles (from SW Handguns 2000 and Guns and Ammo 2000 Annual Handguns) in .pdf. If anyone is interested in reading them, email me here at GT or PM me your email address and I will send them to you. It's quite interesting on how and why they did it, the equipment used, etc. BTW Ed McGivern held the record for the longest time before JM broke it.

darwin25
01-15-2007, 18:42
Originally posted by coopal_131
The SW PC 625 and 627 are coil type and I am not aware of any double action revolvers that use leaf type mainspring. Maybe I am behind the power curve here but I thought only 1911-type type pistols (maybe BHP too?) use leaf type springs.

Most standard S&W revolvers use leaf type mainspring. Most K, L and N frame does. I've read though that SW PC guns uses coil type mainsprings that's why they are able to lighten that trigger pulls that low.

batangueno
01-15-2007, 21:52
Kaya ko rin yan under 2 seconds pa. Ibabalik ko lang yung open gun ko sa full auto. :supergrin:

JuDGe
01-15-2007, 22:01
Originally posted by batangueno
Kaya ko rin yan under 2 seconds pa. Ibabalik ko lang yung open gun ko sa full auto.

contest kayo ni singlestacker! :rofl:

batangueno
01-16-2007, 00:07
Originally posted by JuDGe
contest kayo ni singlestacker! :rofl:
Pinaninindigan pa rin nya na daliri lang daw nya yon. Kapag natyempuhan ni Sir Willie yun, yari sya. :supergrin:

revo
01-16-2007, 00:20
I wonder if somebody has an airsoft revolver and do an experiment.

Without the reload of course.

jimbullet
01-16-2007, 18:19
1911 single stack, yes with reload it can be done with targets at about 7 meters if memory serves me right.

jimbullet
01-16-2007, 18:21
Surely revolvers are harder to do in that speed. Hats off to that guy using the revolver...Unless his revolver is actually a mini gatling gun...:thumbsup: