you can actually post something once a week (between you) and start a new topic once a month. That's amazing. I never could get into the big framed revolvers, Had a Colt Newservice .45 L colt and a 6" m29, couldn't think of a damned thing to do with either one of them. Tin cans, gongs and paper targets don't care what you hit them with, and nobody's going to lug around such a club, they are ridiculously fragile and wear-prone and horrifically expensive to repair. All it takes to lose $300 on one is drop it onto a hard surface. Presto, bent crane, barrel, cylinder pin. Eff that bs. even dryfire will wear out the cylinder alignment parts and put a wear mark on the side of the cylinder, hurting the value by at least $100. Sucker's guns.