Revolvers You’d Like To See Return

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Mr. Mosin, Oct 28, 2021.

  1. .38 Special

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    I wish this Ruger/Turnbull collaboration was a regularly catalogued item.

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  2. SQLGeek

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    Too many to list...

    S&W Mountain Guns
    S&W (6)24
    S&W (6)25 - Yes I know they offer a classic 25 in .45 Colt but blued in .45 ACP would be sublime
    S&W Model 27 in 3.5" barrel - I'd prefer pinned and recessed but new model would do
    S&W Model 1917
     
  3. Mr. Mosin

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    Oh. Ok. Cool. I’m ignorant...
     
  4. ThomasT

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    I would like for S&W to bring back the model 631 in 32 mag. I had one but needed some cash so I sold it. I sold it for a lot more than I paid for it too but still miss having it. That or a K-22 that I could afford to buy. I sure like 32 caliber guns.
     
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  5. GeoDudeFlorida

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    Nope. Not at all. If you weren’t around in the 70’s it wouldn’t make much sense. Before the Euro all those national currencies actually had some value.
     
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  6. GooseGestapo

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    Model 16, pencil barrel. .327Federal.
    Like a Model 19, just smaller holes in barrel/cylinder.
     
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  7. Pat Riot
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    I am glad you Gents mentioned the Night Guards. I have a 327 NG and would love a 325 NG as well as the 315 NG. They were off the market before I realized it and I haven’t seen either in real life since.

    Here is an article from 2010 on the Night Guards.

    https://www.shootingtimes.com/editorial/handgun_reviews_st_unleashesthenight_200807/100234
     
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  8. Blkhrt13

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    More things in 32 s&w long. I wish they could get a 30-1 rolling. Maybe better ammo than just lrn. I love the one I have but I’d also like a snub. It would pocket like a champ.
     
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  9. elktrout

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    I am surprised at the few Colts listed. For me, a 4 inch Colt Trooper (first model) with fixed sights. Shoots 38/357, has the classic Colt action before they made the 15 pound pull Mk III actions, and durability of fixed sights instead of fragile adjustable sights (easily busted if gun is dropped). Second choice, Colt Official Police 4 inch. Classic Eliot Ness revolver.
     
  10. PapaG

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    Speed Six, 2 3/4", and nothing more.
     
  11. TTv2

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    H&R Young America. Give it a rear sight, lighten the trigger, adjust the grips to make them more comfortable, if possible make it a swing out cylinder and make the frame aluminum.

    Remington New Model Police. Asked Pietta earlier this year if they'd consider it, they seem open to the idea, but are super busy fulfilling orders. Will send them another request for it next year.

    Top breaks. Maybe not practical for defense considering how few shootings ever require a reload, but I'm sure there are race gun shooters who'd benefit from the automatic ejection and greater space when using speedloaders. I just want one for fun.
     
  12. gobsauce

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    Weird, janky Spanish clones. I don't know why, but I find them fascinating.
     
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  13. Mosin Bubba

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    S&W 547. The K frame is the perfect size for a revolver. 9mm is the perfect load for it... halfway between the std pressure 38s that were considered too anemic for police work, and the 357s that beat the guns up too much. And you can shoot it without moonclips? Yes please.
     
  14. wcwhitey

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    The S&W Model 38 Bodyguard, blue, no lock, +p rated. I am all down for DAO but having a hammer that can be cocked is a good thing from time to time.
     
  15. UncleEd

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    Just one:
    6-inch barreled blued .38 Colt Diamondback
     
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  16. Dave Markowitz

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    S&W K-32 in .32 H&R with no lock or MIM, FP on the hammer, and no underlug on the barrel.

    Also a scaled down version of the above on a J-Frame.

    Ruger Speed Six.
     
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  17. Cfish

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    Dan Wesson 15-2 ,.357 blued pistol pack
    Dan Wesson .22
     
  18. Gladius

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    Merwin Hulbert, all frame sizes.
     
  19. dawei

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    No lock Smith & Wesson® Model 58 41 Mag with round butt and 3" barrel.

    Ruger® Blackhawk® 41 Mag with Bisley gip and color case hardened frame in both barrel lengths (4⅝" & 6½").
     
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  20. Monster Zero

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  21. Monster Zero

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    Model 65, 3" barrel, round butt would be nice.

    With three dot sights and machined for moon clips would be most excellent.
     
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  23. Monster Zero

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    Smith and Wesson 431/432, 6-shot j-frame scandium in .32 magnum, weighing in at 11oz.
     
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  24. Rexster

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    I would love to see U.S. Firearms to be truly and properly resurrected. I realize that Standard Manufacturing is now making best-quality SAA-pattern revolving pistols, but, USFA was making such things as the Flat Top Target, which was, once upon a time, high on my to-do list.

    The resurrection of the Python, and subsequent user reports, have me hoping to see a similarly-resurrected Colt New Frontier.

    S&W Bicycle revolver, but .32 S&W Long, rather than the weaker .32 S&W, as were the originals.

    Any of the S&W revolvers, chambered in .32 H&R, would be nice to see, again, especially the stainless-steel J-Frames. I managed to source two Models 631, hers and then his, with 2” barrels, without the holes that makes their souls leak, but at least one spare would be good to have.
     
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  25. Palladan44

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    I'd like to see the "Registered Magnum" aka. Model 27 with recessed cylinders and pinned barrel, and the parts be hand fitted like the originals. And a top notch hand polishing and hot bluing finish.
     
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