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.357 revolver with Birds head grip.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by ms6852, Mar 11, 2011.

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  1. ms6852

    ms6852 Member

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    Am interesting in buying a single shot revolver with Birdhead grips. Preferably in a 3"a barrel or 3 1/2 inch. Would appreciate some links to go online and research. Anybody know of good reputable sources would appreciate your help and their link. Thanks.
     
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    You do mean single action, correct?
     
  3. ArchAngelCD

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    Uberti has 4.75" and 3.5" Bird's Head revolvers in .357 Magnum.

    Taylor's also offers a 4.75" Bird's Head Cattleman and a 3.5" Sheriff's Bird's Head, both in .357 Magnum. (I think they are also Uberti builds)

    Those 2 links are a good place to start.
     
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    Make your own.

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    A single SHOT revolver? I guess you could twirl a derringer.

    A single ACTION revolver? Ruger makes some of the best.
     
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    Yes I meant a single action revolver in a six shooter. Archangel thanks for the links,and Madcratebuilder that is what I want. I'm thinking of carrying this concealed in a shoulder holster. Thanks guys.
     
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    Go to http://www.gunbroker.com. In the search field type: ruger bird*. There are about six .32 Mags for sale, now. A few months ago I was looking at some 3.5" stainless Ruger .32 Mags birdsheads with a buy-it-now price of $400. You may not want to buy online, but at least it will show what's out there and what the prices are.
     
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    Thanks for the info, Kernal, I will check it out. Never thought of 32 mag, wonder how hard this ammo is buy or find?
     
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    Anywhere around me .32 Magnum ammo was hard to find before the Obama scare and darn near impossible to find now. I'm talking about all .32 Magnum ammo including .327 Federal Magnum.
     
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