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Old 05-07-2007, 04:45 PM   #1
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What would be your dream revolver, it could be something you could afford one day, or it could be something completley out of your price range, doesn't matter.

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Old 05-17-2007, 12:47 PM   #2
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What would be your dream revolver, it could be something you could afford one day, or it could be something completley out of your price range, doesn't matter.
You don't give us much information to go on, guns are tools, trying to cut a board with an electric drill is a darn site tougher than using a circular saw.

Are you talking about carry guns, competition guns, or just plain pinkers.

But if you want to make me smile, come up with a med. sized .45 ACP 1911 that weighs only 10 ounces and recoils like a full sized desert eagle and is jam proof.

OK, I know, it's supposed to be about revolvers, well it is, because if you could give me that 10 ounce 1911, I would get rid of my S&W J-frame air weight .38 snubby, which is a dream gun.

There are only three reasons for owning firearms, collecting, shooting, and self defense, most guns can be collected, most guns are good shooters, but a good, lightweight, comfortable and powerfull carry gun is special.
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Probably a Freedom Arms single action or a completely custom job from one of the better single action smiths.

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Probably a Freedom Arms
I agree with the Freedom Arms answer. They make super nice high quality revolvers.

If it was just a fun gun I might pick the Magnum Research BFR in say 45-70.
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I'd say the Freedom Arms .454 Cassul. I often drool over that gun online as my girlfriend gives me that "Don't even think about buying one" look.

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Old S&W 19 with a Clarke heavy 6 inch barrel. I think it shoots smart bullets or something. It is spooky accurate and glass smooth.

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Colt Python in mint condition. I couldn't justify the price for something I'd probably only use at the range, but one of these days...

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Might as well be an original Colt SAA.

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I've been buying revolvers for a few years and already have a couple of Pythons, a Colt Single Action Army, a few Detective Specials, and a small collection of Smith & Wessons. I reckon if I wanted a dream revolver I would dream for a Korth.

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"colt 45, and two zig zags." whenever i think of colts, that song always pops in my head, but seriously, a single action colt 45 with a 5 inch barrel.

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