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Old 05-22-2010, 04:18 PM   #11
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Watch out playing with those magnum handugns. You'll end up like me and get hooked on them. Magnum handguns are so cool.
I love magnums but personally i think anything over .44 mag is a bit much. Unless you want to handgun hunt for some serious baggage. Honestly though for me .44 mag can drop pretty much any land animal in north america with good shot placement... You gotta be sneaky, Foo!

But i love sp101s they are the king of the snubs as far as im concerned.
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Old 05-28-2010, 12:00 AM   #13
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thanks for your range report it was right on time I "had to" purchase a revolver ( for handgun instructor) and brought home the SP101 keep in mind I'm not a revolver guy at all but I do like the feel of this one.

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I'm thinking of a Ruger 357 myself. Thanks for the report.
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keep in mind I'm not a revolver guy at all but I do like the feel of this one.
A "Not a revolver guy" sporting a Texas flag? ? ? At the time I moved from Texas, I thought ALL handguns were revolvers.
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