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Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by Subcomp9, Aug 13, 2012.
Shot one this weekend and holy ****
How about some more detail.
What kind of mule did it kick like? I would bet something like a mule with some clydesdale genes.
My father has one. Id never shoot it on purpose. Omg does it kick. It weighs like 800 lbs bleh
Your exactly right my *** clown buddy put a defence round in the third slot i thought i broke my wrist
I did hear of a new backstop developed especially for this snubby:
Hahahaha thats funny as hell
I've been thinking about buying one. The super red hawk Alaskan 454. I bet it kicks but I don't care. They are hard to find from what I've seen.
At my lgs the super redhawk alaskan is $775 and they have .44 and .454 in stock everyday.
LOL very funny!
What state? Indiana here. Apparently they are in demand. They run 900+ here. I can't find them anywhere.
I think i saw one on budsgunshop.com
Michigan. I live in Grand Rapids.
I simply can't imagine shooting a a snubnose big magnum.
My Redhawk .44 IS 7 1/2. My Super Redhawk .454 is 10 inches.
I like for my gunpowder's energy to push the bullet, not to make a lot of wasted flash and bang.
Anyway to magnaport a 2 1/2" barrel?
Never quite got the point of big-bore snubbies. A 454 Redhawk snubby must be about as concealable as a football, and if you're not going to conceal it, why the short barrel? I don't get it.
I thought it was designed as a quick-draw, last-ditch, the-bear-is-already-eating-your-horse kinda thing?
Remember, the flash & bang isn't a waste if it scares the bear off your leg.
We all know Wiki always gets it right. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruger_Alaskan