Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by roval, Dec 23, 2021.
and I'm sure Beretta will do right by
it in terms of maintaining quality.
Let's just say it's an excellent .357
(ditto in referring to the Korth).
And I believe that many members
here could afford a Manurhin and
enjoy it. In effect, the gun in
cost represents three or four
of the regular popular guns readily
available and already owned,
i.e. the Smith L frames, the Ruger
GP100s and now the Colt Pythons
If immediate funds are not available
for an M73, one could sell those
American made revolvers to get the
money when the M73 can be found.
And some already have the $3,000+
just as some already own fine
autos like a Brown or Wilson.
The question sometimes comes down
to would you rather have one .357
like the M73 or the three or four other
revolvers which you may already own.
For me, I'm satisfied with what I own and
sometimes I can still dabble in getting
a vintage S&W that I've always wanted.
Now, where can I handle one of those
i especially like that they blue the cylinder last. i also noticed that one test firing the gun did not reshoot the gun after making the last adjustments to the sights.
They're so familiar with the task, that they can totally wing it with amazing accuracy
Nice if there's a 6" barrel available.
The blank looks might be due to your claim being completely debunked. Your shop teacher lied!
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