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View Poll Results: Favorite Double Action Revolver Company?
Charter Arms 2 2.44%
Chiappa 1 1.22%
Colt 4 4.88%
Dan Wesson 2 2.44%
Korth 0 0%
Rossi 1 1.22%
Ruger 33 40.24%
Smith and Wesson 38 46.34%
Taurus 1 1.22%
Other 0 0%
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Old 07-26-2013, 01:19 AM   #21
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Smith and Wesson first, Ruger second.

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Colt python no doubt.

Its the only da revolver i still own and wont part with. Im not a revolver person. I do also own two ruger new vaqueros in 45 colt. Wont give those up either

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Colt python no doubt.

Its the only da revolver I still own and wont part with. Im not a revolver person. I do also own two ruger new vaqueros in 45 colt. Wont give those up either
I'm with Jon

Will never give up my 37 year old 6" Python. I do love Rugers tho as well,..for "new" guns...
no knock against S&W revolvers, just not my cuppa tea, like Glock,..not my thing...
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Thanks for the heads-up Anna. Now, can you help out with the water cooled credit card?
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I think Smith and Wessons look best as far as revolvers go. They look absolutely GORGEOUS when they are engraved and have pretty handles =)

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Old 07-26-2013, 07:16 PM   #26
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It doesn't get any better than the old Colt revolvers, which is the king of longevity.

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To each their own, all nice.

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Own a Ruger gp100 and it's great. Fit and finish isn't as good as s&w but like everyone says, Ruger guns are tough...very tough.

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That Det. Special looks just like Mine I got from Dad!! with the Tyler "T-Grip"!! We had it on the Cobra & King Cobra too! I should have never taken them off,...

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1. Ruger
2. Smith & Wesson
3. Charter Arms

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