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Intercontinental Arms: Good or bad?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Gord, Dec 14, 2006.

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  1. Gord

    Gord Member

    Jul 19, 2006
    Behind enemy lines
    An acquaintance is in the business of buying storage units and such at auction, and gets lots of interesting things through his household as a result, including firearms. At the moment, he has two Intercontinental Arms Dakota revolvers in six- and eight-inch barrel lengths, .357 Mag, which he is offering to sell me for $250 and $299, or $450 for both. I imagine I can talk him down a bit.

    My concern is with the .357 Mag being a high-pressure load, and these wheelguns being of unknown quality. They're Italian imports made by a company starting with a P (no, not Pietta).

    Can anyone tell me if these are quality guns, and safe to fire modern commercial .357 Mag through? For $225, I'm sure I could eventually find a Ruger or S&W somewhere, but it'd take a while...

    Via Google, Skeeter Skelton gave his approval of 'em here, so they can't be all bad, right? :D
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