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Old 12-07-2011, 09:46 PM   #21
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Daniel wesson http://www.firearmstalk.com/classifieds/wtt-dan-wesson-15-2-extras-silver-45.html BTW im not telling you to buy mine , I mean you can if you want but im just showing you.

They have interchangeable barrels / shrouds , foward cylinder release control , adjustable trigger , adjustable rear sights , interchangable front sights , Indestructable I wouldnt want any other .357 mag

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The ruger gp100 is realy good I've got a six inch and shot over 1200 rounds threw it and never had one problem

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Another +1 on the GP 100. This must be a great firearm.

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Bought my Rossi (Taurus) 357 for half your budget & love it- Its in my truck 24/7

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I had the compact snubbie version rossi. Loved it. sold it because I needed the money. And I think that rossi has one of the most comfortable factory grips.

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I had the compact snubbie version rossi. Loved it. sold it because I needed the money. And I think that rossi has one of the most comfortable factory grips.
Agree-
Wife had a Rossi SS snubie with a bobbed hammer at one time- another one I shud have kept
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Is Rossi made by Taurus ?

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I think that taurus makes pistols for rossi, whereas rossi makes their own rifles.

Rossi and Taurus pistols are identical in every way except roll marks and grip medallions.

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I had the compact snubbie version rossi. Loved it. sold it because I needed the money. And I think that rossi has one of the most comfortable factory grips.
I have GOTTA AGREE with that..! I even liked those Rossi grips better than my Colt Anaconda, they would pinch the center of my hand between my thumb and index finger every time i fired it, (not mine in the pic) and the timing had to be set about once every two months. Personally I like the weight of Ruger though, and not resetting the cylinder all the time..!
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Is Rossi made by Taurus ?
My Rossi says "Made By Taurus"
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