tear'n asphalt in the 68'
Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Keller TX.
I had a 1927A1 model for a while there, and you want to talk about fuckin' heavy!
Don't get me wrong the gun was a lot of fun and it always drew attention but it just wasn't that great. It seemed to be pretty picky about what you put through it and the sights were never user friendly. Then again I wasn't rocking it on full auto, at FA on the hip I couldn't think of a more mobster ass gun.
They're fun but if you do get one and plan on shooting it often you'll probably end up selling it the same way I sold mine. The actual mags are pretty high for them but when you think about it, even though there no .22lr there not to costly to shoot I'd say the price is comparable to an AK; not cheap but not a bank breaker.
If you really want a carbine that fires .45acp look into the Beretta's or you can go the insane route like I just did and look into the H&K's but be prepared for the sticker shock.
If what your looking for is something that has that old school feel, is relativley user friendly, and that your not going to put thousands of rounds through a year, I say go for it!
edit - Sorry if some of that was incoherent, I guess I was just in the mood for a little rambling.
Last edited by PDRed302; 01-05-2009 at 01:07 PM.