Current manufacture in a centerfire caliber? Not that I know of. High Standard made the "Longhorn" 22 LR 9 shot. There were some guns made in the 1800's that
combined (sort of) the looks of a SAA with double action lockwork.
Yes I am looking for one. I'm looking for a 357 mag or 44 mag in a cowboy style looking gun but I like double action. Picky I know. The cowboy looking thing is because I am a 40 year old kid. .
Good for you! It's never too late to have a fantastic childhood.
However, I don't know of anything out there that fits your requirements.
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Nothing out there that you would want. Little to do with how they were made/perform, more about what they are. SA six shooters. The Colt peace maker could easily be a DA, just no need to be more than it is.
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Originally Posted by Benning Boy
If you're really bored, I'm your huckleberry. If you really want a challenge, I'm the one.
If you're really smart, you'll just peddle your paint.