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My first Ruger!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by only1asterisk, Nov 12, 2004.

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  1. only1asterisk

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    Changed thread title to hide faulty memory.

    David
     
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    That Super Redhawk is kinda cute. :)
     
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    Not so sure I like the grips on that new Vaquero......
     
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    A 2.5 inch 6-shot in .454 Casul sounds like the Uber-Snubbie :cool: . I got get me one of them. I wonder what shooting it feels like??
     
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    Make mine a .480.
    How long does it usually take Ruger to go from announcement to shipped guns?
     
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    oh.my.goodness. the muzzle blast and recoil on my 7.5" super redhawk in .454 casull is impressive. 2.5"?? sheesh - at close range, even if you miss the muzzle blast should set it on fire :p

    darn it...now i'm starting to want to shoot both that gun and the s&w 500 in the 4" barrel...
     
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    Too bad they don't want to sell them

    I called them.

    "We don't have a copy of that memo" < never mind that it's on the company website > and I can't discuss it until we have a copy because we're a public company"...

    It's on your website, but, if it's too much of a bother for you folks to talk about one of your PUBLIC news releases, then, clearly, you want me to buy from someone else, which I am happy to do.

    S&W is looking better all the time.
     
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