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OOOPS, I did it again or Maybe I should change my name

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by calaverasslim, Oct 26, 2011.

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  1. calaverasslim

    calaverasslim Member

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    For years, I wanted as S&W M25-5, 4", 45 Colt. Several years ago, I had a chance to swap and get one. It was all I could ever want.

    A couple weeks later, another appeared and I grabbed it. I was in heaven.

    2 weeks ago, I was fortunate enought to pick up a Taurus M441, 4", 44 special, which is my favorite caliber. I really enjoy this gun

    2 days ago, another made itself availabe to me. OOOOPS, I did it again.

    This is a 3", stainles and I think I have hit an all time high.

    Don't need drugs, just go out and shoot these beauties. One in each hand.

    Just like Roy used to do..... :D:D:D


    Maybe I should change my name to Roy, Gene or Lone
     
  2. OldCavSoldier

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    I have two 3-inch S&W M686P wheelguns, and have done the two-gun pete thing several times to show off for my kids.....fun, yes, but, wow, doin' that burns thru a lot of ammo very quickly! I think in a real show-down, I'd prefer the second to be my New York Reload.......
     
  3. calaverasslim

    calaverasslim Member

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    your right, do burn up a chunk of ammo. But since I cast my own and reload, that sure cuts down on the overhead.
     
  4. Walkalong

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    I have been outbid on a couple of 441's, but do have a 25-5. Great guns, as you know. Congrats on both.
     
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