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.50 GI

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  1. pistol cartridge was developed by Vic Tibbets and Alex Zimmermann of Guncrafter Industries

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  2. operates at pressures comparable to the .45 ACP, around 15,000 psi (100 MPa)

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  3. introduced at the 2004 SHOT Show alongside the Guncrafter Industries Model No. 1, a variation of the M1911

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  4. The round has a rebated rim that is the same diameter as that of the .45 ACP

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  5. This allows the larger cartridge to be chambered in an existing .45 ACP firearm by simply switching the barrel, rather than a full upper replacement

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