Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by Mr. Mosin, Oct 20, 2021.
Ruger Six series revolvers.
Preferably heavy barrel.
Something like a slightly elongated S&W “I” frame ?
I would love to see an I-frame like the Terrier made with modern steel and chambered for 9mm on moonclips but with a 2.5" - 3" barrel.
On moonclips of course!?
Booo! Moonclips Rule!!!
Yes! With and without rails for lights and option for red dots. Yes it could be considered sacrilege but it's been done to 1911s.
And I'd like to bring back the Mexican Obregon 45.
And USA made Winchester lever guns without the goofy ass safeties.
Edit to add: I'll contradict myself - The P345 had polymer frame rails. They may have worked great, but they are bad design feature. The P345 can stay discontinued.
And boy, how I would like the USFA factory to magically reappear!
Came to post double action top breaks.
Yes, I should have added that, it's what I want.
Them's Fightin' Words!!!
But I am gentleman and will allow you to remain ignorant of just how wonderful moonclip fed revolvers are. Especially in the ongoing battle against the evil hordes of carboards silhouettes, pepper poppers, and their dread-overlord the Texas-Star. A true and noble warrior knows the moonclip feed revolver is the only proper battle implement for such a conflict.
We must agree to disagree, good sir. To be truthful, I prefer single actions myself. No ejector star to get fouling under, no ejector rod to bend, light and compact for the cartridges generally chambered, and ergonomic as nothing else since, except a 1911 Gov’t with an arched MSH.
OMG. A blast from the past. I haven't thought of them in years.
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