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Old 04-13-2011, 09:21 PM   #1
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I hope I don't offend anyone but is it just me being an old school revolver guy or is this the ugliest handgun ever made?

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Old 04-13-2011, 09:57 PM   #2
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That is, at least, a two-bagger, IMO.

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It IS fugly but I'd like to shoot 1 sometime.

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I'm the same way. . . I want to shoot one but it is hideous! ! !

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I must have bad taste, I have this on my buy list for next winter. I've been wanting another revolver and the thought of a bottom cylinder firing model seems to make sense. We'll see how the year goes and if I have the coin I'm in.

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I only like them in the 6" version. Looked very interesting in person and had a nice quality build to it. A unique (doesn't always mean prettier) bottom-fed chamber too lol.

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So we are all agreed,this is the moped of the gun world?

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These are a pleasure to shoot. There is virtually no muzzle flip. They are very well balanced also and fit your hand like a glove.

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I'd believe it, but it seems that I can't ever get the opportunity to shoot something w/o buying it. . .

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I like the 6" model al lot better not really good looking but the short barreled looks ungly. It does look like it would be fun to shoot.

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