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Old 01-09-2010, 09:34 PM
CHEROKEE COWBOY CHEROKEE COWBOY is offline
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Revolvers and Calibers

Who makes your favorite revolvers? What are your favorite
calibers? I like Rugers for durability, but they are a bit too
hefty for my personal liking in "carry" situations. I like
the Uberti 1873 Cattleman line of revolvers in 44-40
and 45 Colt calibers. I once had a pair of them in 44-40
and sold them. I am looking for another pair of new
ones.

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Old 01-11-2010, 09:03 AM
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Ruger for carry, A few other clones make the list but NOT many, and it is VERY dependant on the caliber. In 45 colt I ONLY carry Ruger because I use heavy loads in my rifles when hunting at times, and if one accidently gets in the Ruger it is no sweat. In 357 mag I have been known to carry Ruger, Uberti Remington clones, etc etc.

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