Originally Posted by 30-30remchester
if you are an inexperenced shooter by all means consider a double action revolver in 38-357. they are foolproof firearms.virtually impossible to jam or make malfuntion. not ammo specific. have a bad round of ammo? pull the trigger again. easy to learn to load and unload.easy to check if loaded.after teaching and attending many combat courses the only gun that has never failed? a double action revolver.and they are generally less expensive the semi autos. and if you cant cure the situation with 6 to 8 rounds why do you think 8 more will? learn to shoot better.
I really would like to get a Walther because my father had a PPK when I was a kid which I think he still has, so the Walther name is pretty special to me when I think about the little Walther ribbon on my fathers PPK. I remember a special day when I was 15(?) he let me shoot it once. I live in America, but I am also German which is a another kind of silly reason to like the brand.
But anyway, I know Walther does not make revolvers. But what you are saying about revolvers makes sense.
I am defiantly considering them now.
What brand would you say makes the best revolvers?
I also know the caliber sizes for revolvers are different, what are the some of the common sizes for them?