I recently purchased a pair of USFA SAA revolvers in .45 Colt but realize that they're not suitable for shooting loads intended for Blackhawks, Redhawks and T/Cs. I also purchased a Marlin 1894 Cowboy Limited rifle in .45 Colt and it's my understanding that I can shoot loads with 30,000 psi ratings with that so now I'd like to pick up a double action revolver such as the S&W 625 Mountain Gun. That way I can load for CAS and shoot light loads in the SAA revolvers and the Marlin, then I can load +P type ammunition to shoot in a double action revolver and the Marlin. Am I correct in assuming that all S&W revolvers come with locks now?
Thanks in advance for any help.
I should add, is there a "classic" revolver in .45 Colt that I should consider as well. I'm not adverse to buying a good, used revolver.
Thanks in advance for any help.
I should add, is there a "classic" revolver in .45 Colt that I should consider as well. I'm not adverse to buying a good, used revolver.