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Old 07-20-2011, 07:42 PM   #11
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Go look in guns america,com or gunsinternational.com and check out a nice used ruger redhawk in a four inch barrel. Not a super red hawk which is a heaver bulkier gun.You can get them very nice for around 500 bucks.Blued or stainless. I would go with stainless for beating around in a truck. A little mag polish or 600 sand paper and they can be made to look brand new if you scuff one up.
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Old 07-28-2011, 12:56 PM   #12
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Forget the Taurus Tracker, my boss has one, a POS in my opinion, it doesnt shoot near as good as my smith, weighs more and only holds 5 rounds. He went the cheap route and now regrets it.
Here is what I have and would recomend, its a little pricey but it doesnt get any better than this for a small 44 mag for a ccw or truck gun, it is super light, Very accurate, I have a 629 that doesnt shoot near as good, and it hold 6 shots. I paid $950 for it and am VERY happy with it.

Smith & Wesson Model 329PD AirLight Scandium frame.
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When it comes time to protect yourself, your family, or your property, it isnt time to be cheap!
The Rugers are very nice, I have two Super Rdehawks and a super Blackhawk, both feel like you have a brick strapped to your waist, just to heavy to comfortably carry. JMHO.

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Old 07-28-2011, 09:50 PM   #13
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They do make a 4" Redhawk, in either .44mag or .45colt, both stainless. If you're looking for less weight check out the Scandium S&W model 329PD.
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