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Old 12-27-2013, 08:09 PM   #32381
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If I do keep it I am going to have to get set up for loading , no way around it.
Why do all of my cool guns cost 2.50 and up per shot ?
I am going tomar to get a bipod for it , I cant hold it still for nothing in the world . I need to brush up on my long range shots , been a long time since shooting at 450 + yrds . I missed a swamp stump with it the other day , dont know if it was me , the high cross wind or the scope .
Shot about 1ft low with 20-25mph winds @ 200yrds . It was not good shooting weather so I stopped on that 1 shot . Next few days I am going to see what it will really do , I hear its a very flat shooting round
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Old 12-27-2013, 08:14 PM   #32382
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i have Hogue grips on both of my revolvers. years ago S&W had Hogue make their rubber grips with the S&W logo on them for many of their revolvers.
They still do.
My S&W 357 came from the factory with Hogue's and they do make a difference as stated.

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Old 12-27-2013, 08:19 PM   #32383
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They still do.
My S&W 357 came from the factory with Hogue's and they do make a difference as stated.

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sweet looking Smith, Tango!

my latest 357 trade. a Taurus M65 thati fitted with a set of Hogue grips.
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Nice, they look pretty similar.
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Nice, they look pretty similar.
thank you sir. i have owned a few Smiths over the years and they do have a much better trigger than the Taurus pistols. at one time S&W owned a majority of Taurus and most of their revolvers were basically copies of the Smith revolvers.
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Since we were on the subject of recoil, check this out.

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Well, if we're showing off revolvers...

Taurus Model 66 - .357 Mag

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They still do.
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sweet looking Smith, Tango!

my latest 357 trade. a Taurus M65 thati fitted with a set of Hogue grips.
Beautiful guns fellas! I'll have to see about getting another revolver later on. Maybe that 44 mag I was wanting. I LOVE wheel guns!
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Beautiful guns fellas! I'll have to see about getting another revolver later on. Maybe that 44 mag I was wanting. I LOVE wheel guns!
:Ahem: Perhaps something that shoots more than one caliber.....?
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:Ahem: Perhaps something that shoots more than one caliber.....?
Find me one for under $500, and I'd buy it.
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