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The new workhorse

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by rgs1975, Jul 2, 2008.

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  1. rgs1975

    rgs1975 Member

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    This little beauty (432PD) is destined to be the workhorse of the collection. Simple, to the point, utilitarian and no frills. Only had it a short while, one range trip so far with about 500 rounds down the tube. What a fun gun to shoot with 32 Longs. Negligible recoil and surprising accuracy out of the stubby little barrel. You can shoot this all day and not feel like you've pulled the trigger once.

    Someone is going to look at this one a hundred years from now and say, "Damn! Somebody really liked shooting this old timer!"

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  2. Shade00

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    Grr, I really want a 431 or 432. I'm jealous! Nice gun!
     
  3. 3ci

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    I am looking for one of those

    Really like your revolver. I am actively seeking one but they are a bit hard to find. They don't seem to be in the current S&W catalog but I understand they are still being made.
     
  4. rgs1975

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    They aren't being made anymore.
     
  5. Captal_de_Buch

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    Very Nice!! :)
     
  6. wheelgunslinger

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    Great looking wheeler. Glad you're actually shooting it and using it for a working gun.
     
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