For me it would be a SW 327 2 inch 357 mag. only 1300 dollars. sigh.
nice used sig 230 or 232. cz 82 or 83. new maybe a hellcat 9mm or a 365.
the c9 is a step above a zip gun; its ugly and every time i pulled the trigger it went bang.
ok. i now have the urge to go and handle my own revolvers. :cool:
i miss my speed six. sigh.
when i am feeling young and sexy i shoot 357 ammo. when i am feeling old and over the hill, i shoot my 38 spec. ammo.o_O
I sill have and using HKS from the late 70s or early 80s. Its been so long I cannot remember. They still work great for me and i don't plan on...
38 wadcutters fired from a revolver that weighs between 17-22 oz should be ok for her. It would be a good place to start.
Nice; very nice. I am tempted to explore getting one myself.:D
nice looking gun. thank you for sharing. I've been looking at them myself for a future buy.:)
Very nice. thank you for sharing. Heal my friend and be well.:thumbup:
with your list I also suggest the glock 19. If and when you are shopping for a new carry gun check out the hellcat 9mm from springfield.;)
I remember in the 60's and 70's all the or most of the gun " experts " carried the 1911 around as the true super gun to have. the interesting...
My 2 most used rounds is the 45 acp and the 357 mag. I often carry 125 grain HP 357 in my revolvers as part of my EDC and with my 45 acp EDC I...
ive got a 686 4 inch and a 625 5 inch S&W that have no locks; purchased in the early 1980's. I love them and have no desire to buy any currant...
the bottom line is 5 rounds are better then nothing and 10+ rounds will cover a lot more situations that may arise.:eek:
ruger all the way.
nice revolver. I believe you scored the perfect gun for the task on hand.
if the gun is talking sweet nothings to you; then you need to buy it and enjoy the moment.:)
tcp 380 pocket carry.
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