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Should I give revolvers a 2nd chance?

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Old 03-23-2011, 05:50 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
Has anyone noticed that ---. I am fortunate to have a single Tarus, a 617 -T made mostly of titanium. I like it , it is surprisingly accurate, it holds 7 rounds of .357 mag., the ports in the barrel work as designed and the rubber grips make the recoil manageable, the trigger pull is smooth and the weight of pull has been reduced to being quite acceptable.
All of that said, when I reach for a gun "to see what goes bump in the night" an all steel gun (stainless or carbon steel) has a comforting weight to it.
I really like my Cold Steel Voyager, but the Buck Alpha has a weight to settle one down when the blood begins a pumpin' and a body is away from other hardware.
Nope, never noticed.
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