MK 85 Light in .45 WTB

Re: MK 85 Light in .45 WTB

Postby WV Hunter » November 18th, 2014, 10:57 pm

I'd be willing to bet that finding that gun in that configuration would be like finding a needle in a haystack, or maybe 2 haystacks.

Another option would be a Littlehorn, but I don't think they make it in .45. You could always use a lighter .40cal bullet in a .50 cal sabot, and maybe .40gr - .50gr powder to get the kid started. Or if you don't want to spend the money to go new, pick up an LK-93 or Wolverine, and trim the stock down to fit em. You can usually find them for pretty cheap in good shape. Good luck in your search.
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Re: MK 85 Light in .45 WTB

Postby GMB54-120 » November 19th, 2014, 12:23 am

MK85s in 45cal are insanely rare. Ive seen one for sale in over 3 years and they wanted a small fortune for it on Gunbroker. You could achieve the same goal with a new Knight Little Horn and some 200-225gr bullets like the 45LC 225gr FTX or Barnes XPB. Both expand reliably at mild load levels and reasonable ranges.
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Re: MK 85 Light in .45 WTB

Postby MuzzleMike » February 17th, 2017, 2:08 pm

I just got a MK85 in .45 cal. ! It has the wood stock,and is in the orig. box and best of all - ITS NEVER BEEN SHOT !!!
IT has everything except the Owners Manual . Pristine Styrofoam , orig. plastic bag with all the parts, and I say again : it's never been fired !
You read that sometimes and it's seldom true - , but the old feller that sold me this gun was so grieved that he never got around to shoot it .
It's MINT -..., flawless , and totally brand new .....and did I mention it's a .45 caliber ? :o
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