Just picked up my new Ruger Wrangler today. Took it straight to the indoor range and fired a dozen rounds thru it. Successful function test, which...
Thanks for the tips.
Nice... Blingy, but not overdone. I like it.
Thanks. Since Charter is really pretty cool about it unlike certain other companies with big legal departments, I've already replaced the OEM...
I've tried both of the BB offerings, which incidentally sold out at Midway, and like you I've tried the Hornady .32 Magnum loads which I got at my...
Back in the spring I bought an Undercoverette. A stainless one, not alloy, and I suppose one of the last five shot ones, right before the new and...
Indeed not. Just havin' a little fun with you. :)
It's OK to shoot regular loads so long as you have fun doing it.
The model 36 would be my choice.
Better cartridge, more reliable, and makes a better impression on the old school shooters.
It's your business. If you want it buy it, just don't borrow money for it.
That's all I've got.
If you want the Ruger, buy it.
Also keep your .22. You, or someone close to you, might need it tomorrow.
I had a buddy several years ago who made .45acp shot loads from .308 brass.
The base has almost identical dimensions, and the length of the...
Do you prefer one of those grips to the other, the.Compac or the Hogue?
The beauty of a revolver is that you can work your way up. I practice with either cheap stuff off the shelf or my own reloads.
That's not my point.
What I meant to say was, even though those BB wadcutters are not +p rated, get ready. They aren't light loads at all, in...
Lotsa LCR snubs out there loaded with .32 HR Magnum, which is plenty for a snub.
I wouldn't mess with the .327 with anything short of about a 5"...
These are what I load in my SP101.
Get ready for a handful, +p or not.
BB 158gr +p LSWCs. Mild recoil in an SP101 and I think they would hurt very much. Kinda spendy but I only shoot one cylinder each trip to the...
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