I want a five shot 25-5 first.
The 44 Special is an integrity violator as its name isn't its diameter.
If pulling the double action trigger as quickly as possible, without stacking, I find that best results occur with a firm firing grip and a...
If you are meeting your shooting standards I wouldn't over think it.
I stage as quickly as possible, find the sights again, then break the shot....
45 Colt mild to wild.
357 Magnum as it also gets me 38 Special capability thus mild to wild but concealable during all seasons.
We all have the sickness to some degree, thus why we are here.
And, damn! The trigger guard on that Colt is huge!
For human threats in a defensive shooter context, a S&W 640 Pro loaded with 158 grain Buffalo Bore LSWCHP .38 Special rounds.
For animal threats...
Until someone posts a YouTube video of them shooting a horse at 100 yards with an original 45 Colt load I remain dubious
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I like the 640 Pro as I can see the sights.
I watched a video with Ken Hackathorn and Bill Wilson who said something to the effect that the original python lockwork was so complicated that...
All of the above is why I prefer Guns International as it is a a firearms classified site, not an auction site.
My S&W 25s are about to get jealous of my SRH Alaskan.
I really want a Pietta Alchimista II.
On the same topic-ish...
For you, regarding single action revolvers, at what caliber and velocity combination do you prefer something other than...
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With a semi-automatic pistol I shoot isosceles with my arms locked.
My firing hand is firm but not overly tight and...
I enjoy watching people shoot big bore revolvers on YouTube.
Some people seem to manage recoil better than others.
Can you provide YouTube...
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I want a single action 45 Colt with original Colt lockwork (including a hammer mounted firing pin), as strong as a...
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