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Old 12-21-2013, 07:50 PM   #1
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Well I am selling my Taurus PT-25 Monday and bought me a EAA Windicator .357 magnum today. I'll post pics when I get to pick it up, thanks to Illinois 72 hour mandatory weight.

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.357 is always a good gun. Everyone should have one. .357 and .44 are my favorites.

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Cool. I don't know much about that gun but its a .357 Magnum so that's always a good thing.

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yeah i don't know much about the gun, but the price and caliber what what made me choose this over the other 2 guns I were considering.

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I had a 2 inch Windicator. Nice gun. Shoots great. But it is heavy. For the money it is a good buy though. You should enjoy it. Recoil is much more manageable with the Windicator that with some of the air weight guns. There are pluses to having a heavy gun. Congrats.

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yeah thats what this one is, is a 2". Didn't seem that heavy to me, but I'm use to heavier guns. Seems pretty balanced out on weight though. Only paid $269 for it out the door. It is used but looks like a new one. It's barely been used.

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I had a four inch windicator. It was a little on the heavy side, but it was a good gun. Ended up letting it go at a loss to a friend and actually kind of miss that gun.

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I miss every firearm I have ever sold.

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Here's pictures of the gun.









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Wait till you shoot it after sundown..

About a 2 ft muzzle blast/flash.

It will get a lot of attention.
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