Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Mr. Mosin, Oct 28, 2021.
What, and an MSRP under $1k ? Join the club
Common, this is a "dream" thread.
LOL!!! Yup! My "dream" of a resurrected Colt Lawman for example. Assuming Colt even cares about making economy revolvers again - which I doubt - there were FAR more popular guns in their lineup than the beleaguered Lawman series. It debuted with the Mk.III action and disappeared with the Mk.V action. A one-two act that never made it to Broadway.
But, I can dream.
S&W .41 Mountain Gun… old style sans lock.
Colt Diamondback .38 and .22.
Lancaster 4-Barrel Howdah Pistol
Maybe in 50 AE for bears and local elephants. LOL
My other wish is for a Tweener.....something smaller than a J frame and bigger than a NAA mini revolver in .22lr.
passed on it
tho my 296 is a joy
i got a 327mag barrel for my bond arms derringer. i only shoot 32long out of it. being a two shot derringer it slows down the burn rate of my precious and limited 32long ammo stash. 32long is great.
Can't say I've had terrible issues with the two H&R's I own, tho the cylinder pin on the Young America does have tendency to jump over the retaining latch with a heavy recoiling load. The biggest issue with the H&Rs has been the post war revolvers, seems the 732's and 632's didn't hold timing well. The pre war (1941 and prior) revolvers seemed to hold up. Not guns you put 200 rds thru every weekend tho.
We do need a modern, quality reproduction of the Rossi Princess. Just in today's world it can't be the Princess, it'll have to be the Non-Binary.
3" 650 7-shot stainless J-frame .22 WMR
4" 651 7-shot stainless J-frame .22 WMR
And I would like to see a full range of .32 caliber revolvers from S&W. 6-shot J-frames in alloy and steel, 8-shot L-frames in .327 Magnum, etc.
Same goes for Colt.
Not that they are anything truly special, but they worked decently well and kept the price of the better names more reasonable.
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