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View Poll Results: Favorite Wheel Gun Caliber?
.22 LR 5 8.20%
.22 WMR 4 6.56%
.327 Federal Magnum 0 0%
.38 Special 5 8.20%
.357 Magnum 33 54.10%
.41 Magnum 3 4.92%
.44 Special 1 1.64%
.44 Magnum 15 24.59%
.45 Colt 8 13.11%
Other 5 8.20%
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Old 08-28-2013, 01:56 AM   #41
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38 special, but it'd the only one I've shot.

I also put 357 and 44 mag because I'd like to own them.

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For me the 44 mag. It's great for hunting,defense against dangerous animals if needed and self defense if needed also.
Ok, I'm not trying to start anything, I just had to point this out...

Does anyone else see the humor in "squirrelhunter" proclaiming the .44 mag "great for hunting"?

I'm freaking laughing my ass off over here y'all!
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1. S&W 586 .357Mag. 6"
2. Taurus M-44 44Mag 6"
3&4. 38 Spl & 44 Spl

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1. S&W 586 .357Mag. 6"
2. Taurus M-44 44Mag 6"
3&4. 38 Spl & 44 Spl
You wouldn't happen to be a revolver lover would u?? Lol
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Ok, I'm not trying to start anything, I just had to point this out...

Does anyone else see the humor in "squirrelhunter" proclaiming the .44 mag "great for hunting"?

I'm freaking laughing my ass off over here y'all!
Maby the squirrels where he lives are huge?
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Maby the squirrels where he lives are huge?
Or maybe he likes having them shot, skinned and fully cooked by the same round.
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Anything is possible.

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I want a long barreled colt 45 with the kit that lets you convert the pistol grip to a rifle stock during a firefight. Just like in a cowboy movie I saw once......

I wonder if it exists in real life? (The kit not the gun, I know that exists LoL) I've wanted that gun ever since I was a kid.
You can buy such shoulder stocks for BP cap-n-ball revolvers



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AFAIK they are considered illegal on modern cartridge handguns (handgun + shoulder stock = SBR) without an NFA tax stamp.
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He's thinking about fist full of dollars, or a few dollars more I believe.

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You can buy such shoulder stocks for BP cap-n-ball revolvers

AFAIK they are considered illegal on modern cartridge handguns (handgun + shoulder stock = SBR) without an NFA tax stamp.
We use them in Ohio, the loophole is that the stock can not be mounted to the gun. Separate piece no problem. I have seen lots of strap on stocks, or that fit over the grip frame.
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