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Old 09-16-2011, 12:52 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by robocop10mm View Post
It would surprise me greatly if the revolver was a model 65. I would put money on Taurus or Rossi. Maybe Dan Wesson if the interchageable barrel was not properly tightened.
When I bought my gun, I just snatched it up knowing nothing about it. Then when I got it home I started looking up reviews and such on it. Anyways... there have been some say that the pinned barrels have a tendency of flying down range, and one of the videos I found was that very one (or so similar it looks like the same one) on youtube, and was supposed to be a 65.

BTW I haven't had the first problem with mine. they supposedly are prone to flame cutting and forcing cone cracking with the lighter high velocity rounds, so I use the heavier lower velocity rounds.

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Yea...That's one big gun....I think every-one of those guys whoud think twice about shooting-it again.....That poor little skinny-guy at the end,didn't have a chance.....

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I am amazed by the number of people that attempt to shoulder fire a pistol gripped shotty, more so by the one-handed Rambos that invariably loose teeth...
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that was my thoughts . hey lets aim at yonder target with this here sawed off pistol gripe scatter gun , aint got no stock so you gotta hold it close to git a good aim on it . ...... IDIOTS ....
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