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Nice 4" .357 Ruger Redhawk?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Gary in Pennsylvania, Jun 20, 2006.

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  1. Gary in Pennsylvania

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    I think I'd ask to see the other side of the barrel. Maybe it was cut down. If so, maybe it cut off part of the warning.

    Otherwise, I wasn't aware the Redhawk came in a four inch barrel.

    But then again, I didn't know the Colt Python was manufactured with a three inch barrel, either. Till I told somebody on THR it wasn't. Then half THR members came out and said........WRONG!
     
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    Down at the bottom of the ad it states it has a "custom barrel".I would procede with caution
    just in case it's someones goofed up project.
     
  4. ugaarguy

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    Now if Ruger just made 'em that way I wouldn't be debating a 629 Mountain Gun vs. a Redhawk of some variety vs. a standard 629 of whatever barrel length. We can wish :(
     
  5. Gary in Pennsylvania

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    LOL! I've been in the same boat before! Kind of a crappy "oops" when it happens......but then is humerous after the fact! :D

    Yeah - I say that too. Good point about a project gone bad.
     
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    Looks beefy in a cool way-you could use it as a battle mace if you ran out of ammo!
    Best-MC
     
  7. BluesBear

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    Having the muzzle recrowned would be neither difficult or very expensive.
     
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