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Old 02-12-2013, 09:01 AM   #21
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Sweet hand cannon. Glad to see that I am not the only one who thinks overkill is under utilized.

It's kinda like the day I brought home my Desert Eagle .357. My ex-wife asked "Why?"

My dad looked at her and said, "If you have to ask, you just wouldn't understand."

Enjoy your new baby.



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Nice berry berry nice



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There was no flash coming from the firing pin hole, just a shaky picture. There was a little from the cylinder gap, but most come from the barrel.

This revolver has the highest muzzle velocity of any production revolver in the world. Many people use them for big game hunting, to include elk, moose, whitetail, bear, etc. If I ever get the chance to do some big game hunting, I will definitely be taking this revolver!
Smith did some amazing things in its production allthe way from its gain twist rifling and tolerancesand---. Goodluck in your quest. I've taken a 7 point whitetail (a 2X5 ???) and a really nice 5X5 mule deer with my Smith .44s.
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Smith did some amazing things in its production allthe way from its gain twist rifling and tolerancesand---. Goodluck in your quest. I've taken a 7 point whitetail (a 2X5 ???) and a really nice 5X5 mule deer with my Smith .44s.
Im jealous! Would love to snag a nice muley with mine! Thanks!
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