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Old 05-05-2011, 01:58 AM   #1
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Hi Guys, I want to get a .22 double action revolver for a plinker and would like to hear what you have or would recommend.
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Old 05-05-2011, 02:17 AM   #2
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Depends a lot on the caliber of your wallet. S&W and Colt have beautiful, wonderful, LOVELY DA revolvers- they only sell for a little more than I paid for my first car.

Just for grins and giggles- shop around. Harrington & Richardson made some fairly snazzy top break target revolvers, and they do not seem to have the cult collector following that drives up the price of Colt/ S&W. I have a pre- WW II 9-shot H&R .22 Special that is a ball to shoot. They HAVE been out of production for a while, but the are out there- along with the 900 series revolvers.
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My vote is on the Taurus.
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I like the Charter Arms Pathfinder.
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Smith & Wesson model 17... hands down. 617 works as well.
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If it has to be a revolver, go with an S&W 617. I'm sure NGIB will be along shortly to post that picture of his that makes me so painfully jealous...
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$$$$$ - S&W 17/617:
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$$$ - Taurus 94:
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$ - Charter Arms Pathfinder:

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Thanks guys for the input. With a .22 caliber wallet I'm going to check out the Taurus
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Im quite partial to my S&W model 34-1. I think the model 63 is the nickel version and may be still in production. Not sure if the 63 is aluminum or steel framed though...
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Thanks Biohazurd for the info. Big gunshow in Toledo OH this weekend. I'll see what I can find
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