It seems Americans are madly in love with magnums
, both rifles and handguns.
and Farah Khan both believe in taking pleasure seriously.
Smith & Wesson produced 5,224 of the Registered Magnums
. Within that number, at least one revolver was produced with a barrel length having each length between 3 1/2 and 8 3/4 inches, in 1/4-inch increments.
"But why stop with a magnum
when you can buy a jeroboam (the equivalent of four bottles or three litres)?" 2 TASTE THE DIFFERENCE CREMANT DE LOIRE NV, MAGNUM
, FRANCE (PS22, Sainsbury's, in-store only) SAINSBURY'S Cremant de Loire launched last autumn in time for the Christmas party season and this year they're selling it in a magnum
- it makes an affordable French alternative to Champagne.
But why stop with a magnum
when you can buy a jeroboam (the equivalent of four bottles)?" However, you may need someone strong to lift and pour.
In 1935, the company unveiled the new .357 Magnum
in its beefy N-frame wheelgun, which was large enough and strong enough to handle the ,357's prodigious power.
The word "magnum
" is used a lot in cartridge designations, but its original context was a cartridge that was larger cased and more powerful than an existing cartridge in the same caliber and within the same company's product line.
Manila has transplanted the pleasure from its popular cafe at SM Aura to the second-floor lobby of the Mall of Asia main wing since Dec.
SALES of champagne in magnum
bottles soared over the festive period despite the economic gloom, it was revealed yesterday.
Besides the lead buildup problem, Magnums
also use a relatively slow-burning powder that flakes and builds up to a varnish-like finish.
In the past few years, there has been a lot of excitement in the arena of short-action magnums
. The trend started coming on the late '50s--with the arrival of Winchester's .458 Magnum--and a number of avid shooters and manufacturers have since experimented with the concept.