revolver hobby

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gnappi
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I have been a revolver nut since before I read McGivern's book "Fast and Fancy Revolver shooting" That book just nailed the issue home for me.

Really only S&W's because I've unequivocally outperformed every other brand I owned or shot against with them.

One of my faves... not concealable... not powerful, not practical, but it sure does get attention at the range, my model 14... "Pinocchio" :-).
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Gary (in South Florida)

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DaleH
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Post by DaleH »

gnappi wrote:
23 Mar 2019, 16:48
One of my faves... not concealable... not powerful, not practical, but it sure does get attention at the range, my model 14... "Pinocchio" :-).

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I have one just like it and agree on all points! It is VERY accurate w/ great handloads, which is why I keep it. My range has a large sand hill out there at 200-yards and I plink at the gongs out there. When you ‘get dialed in’ for where you need to hold, hits are repeatable.

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Colts and Smiths.
I would like to find an Anaconda one of these days.

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I shoot an 6" Dan Wesson 357. It's a sweet gun.
1971 14' Ward's Sea King Jon Boat / 1983 Mariner 25HP