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Old 07-09-2011, 08:53 PM   #21
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How about a nice S&W N frame, the M327 TRR8?

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Yes like that one. Nice photos of the 327. Cane, is that your personal gun? I've been doing some research on the PC guns and I'm seeing mixed reviews. Some say they're great and others say the older Smiths were made better. Any thoughts?

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Maybe something like a S&W Model 27, Model 22, or Model 25.

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USFA Single Actions are awesome. I will own one someday.

www.usfirearms.com/cat/single-action-revolver.asp

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I've never heard of USFA before. I personally would rather have a Colt Single Action, because Sam Colt invented the revolver and Single Action. That and the Colt's have magnificant quality and feel to them.

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I suggest checking out a USFA SAA for yourself. You may like it better than the Colt SAA. They are very high quality.

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Single actions just don't turn my crank unless it's a matched pair and unless I had the other guns needed for SASS competition.

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Have you tried any CZs.

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Yes like that one. Nice photos of the 327. Cane, is that your personal gun? I've been doing some research on the PC guns and I'm seeing mixed reviews. Some say they're great and others say the older Smiths were made better. Any thoughts?
No not mine, I just find an 8 shot 357 intriguing.

I'm sold on the vintage S&W wheel guns. I have a Smith & Wesson model 19-3 .357 Mag



and a Smith & Wesson model 29-2, P&R .44 Mag.

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