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Re: I can't think of a thing that a big, heavy

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underpowed revolver would be good for, actually. It's not pocketable, it's not suppressable, it lacks the power for humane taking of big game, it lacks the repeat hit speed of a good auto, as well as the ability to keep going in sand, dust, etc, or be cleaned easily in the field. It certainly lacks the range and power of a good rifle.

Your comparing apples to oranges here.
It's blatantly obvious you've never actually worked with a revolver.
 

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andy, life is far to short. I for one prefer to enjoy it, as oposed to fearing what MIGHT be lurking in every shadow.:cool:
 

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You sure it was a chearleeder, or could it been his left hand?:D
 

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Actualy Rich, Haykido served me rather well, no flame intended here, witnessed a punk punching his girl friend 3 times befor I could intervene (while several others much closer stood by doing nothing), I caught a knife to the upper thigh, he went to emergency surgery with a punctered lunge and diaphram.

I learned from a true Sensei, who taught disipline and honor before fighting. Those who brag and bluster are an embarresment to those of us who live by the code.:(
 

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Hey Ghost, the pre 27's are what folks refer to as Registerd 357's.
They were sold with a certificate of registry because they had to pass a higher criteria for proof testing, steels and heat treating of that day weren't what they are today.As I understand they lost a lot of frames in proff testing.
As for the S prefix, I'll not guess.
 
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