Revamping my list too.
Ruger GP100 (stainless, 4", .357 Mag, 6x)
S&W Mdl 442 (I'd prefer a Mdl 40)
Can't go wrong with either, both are well made, good quality firearms.
Does Taurus actually make a *true* Centennial type snub, with a genuinely enclosed hammer, or do they just bob the hammer and call it concealed ?
Will these new 856's take any Taurus "small" frame grip ?
I actually would like a 3" heavy barreled Centennial round butt. One of my quirks, eh @ThomasT
Charter Arms Bulldog "Classic"
S&W Mdl 40
S&W Mdl 10 (4" bull barrel, round butt)
S&W Mdl 21 (3" pencil barrel, round butt)
S&W Mdl 17, based solely on the premise that if you ever need work done to it, it's a Smith. Plenty of parts, plenty of 'smiths capable of working...
Can't find either caliber down here.
Due to a personal bias and a slight medical issue, I'd prefer a revolver. Something in .38/.357, or a .44 Spl or .45 Colt.
@Pat Riot I remember not too long ago (think less then 6 months) when .44 Spl was $23 a box. A year ago when I could've got it for $20/50rds a...
That it the only hiccup I foresee..
Sorry to revive a dead thread, but did CA ever fix the Professional ?
Pardon my understanding, but I take it that you are advising a .38 Spl ?
Buffalo Bore, lol. Everywhere I've found is out of stock in every caliber
To all the kind posters- thank you for your input and advice. I have, of now; settled on a Charter Arms Bulldog Classic. It fits my current...
JMB made the .25 to remedy the shortcomings of the .22 rimfire of his day. It was effective and popular.
.38/.357 for wheelgun versatility and ease of... everything. .45 Colt for when you need more. Throw 9x19 out the door into the trash, where it...
Question regarding actually buying a handgun now. With stuff being the way... stuff... is; would you buy something in whatever caliber you could...
I. WANT. A. NEW. STATESIDE. PRODUCTION. PP
I want a Walther made PP stateside again, or a TPH, or P08.
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