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    Show me your Wheel Guns!

    Post pics of your revolvers! Even the ones that were lost in last years boating accident.

    Here is mine. Smith 686-1 .357 Mag




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    Both .357 mag

    This looks a lot like my old Ruger police service 6, 2 3/4" barrel


    And this resembles my old Ruger gp100 "6

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    My GP 100
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    I really like revolvers. Both double action (on the left) and single action (on the right). I've recently sold off a few to fund military handgun acquisitions but I did just add the S&W Model 14 Target Masterpiece with the 8 3/8" barrel. (The long barrel, single action, on the top of the group photo is a Ruger Super Blackhawk .44 Magnum with a Bisley grip frame.)

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    ^Dayumm!^

    I've only got two:



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    racer88 what is the little one?

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    On top is the Ruger Blackhawk 357. That gun has a 9mm cylinder.

    The lower gun is the S&W 28-2. I love this gun. May get a holster for that one.
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    Very nice! Keep the pics coming.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gandrfab View Post
    racer88 what is the little one?
    The black one?

    Chiappa Rhino. Chambered in .357-Mag. Very interesting revolver. The round at the BOTTOM of the cylinder is the one fired / lined up with the barrel. This results in far less felt recoil / muzzle flip.







    Shooting .38-SPL through it is quite easy. But, even .357-mags aren't bad at all. My S&W 642 Airweight has a much harsher recoil.
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    A comparison of the barrel axis (red) and "moment arm" (green) of both:



    I'll have to bring them to the next FCC range get-together and let folks compare them.
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