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I went down younder to Cochise County by the army base doing my usual inspections. Stopped off on the way back down a dirt road called dry canyon rd. Grabbed a few empty beer cans out a the back of the pickup. Pulled out my new to me - new Blackhawk .357 and fired off a few.
I think I love this gun more than any I've ever had. I might marry it. There's just something facinating about revolvers I can't explain.
 

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Sounds like you had a fun day. I agree about revolvers. Be sure you get a pre-nup before you marry it though.
 

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Buster,

He doesn't need a pre-nup like movie stars and rich guys like you. He already solved his problem with the rounds he fired!!!:cheesy: And he don't have a couple of Pythons like you do too. I'll take the Python that it takes two hands to hold on to. That might give you an idea of which one I want!!!!

Tommy:cheesy::dizzy::D
 

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I went down younder to Cochise County by the army base doing my usual inspections. Stopped off on the way back down a dirt road called dry canyon rd. Grabbed a few empty beer cans out a the back of the pickup. Pulled out my new to me - new Blackhawk .357 and fired off a few.
I think I love this gun more than any I've ever had. I might marry it. There's just something facinating about revolvers I can't explain.
Well I'm married to my .357 Blackhawk for sure. I have never had a gun of any type I liked as much as my Blackhawk w/6.5" barrel.
Now you need its little brother, the Single Six with a 5.5" barrel. Those two fit good side by side and look good in a display case.

And the 4.6" barrel version is easy to pack so..................
It never ends. LOL

For me a single action revolver is a fun gun.
A semi auto is just a needed tool, also fun but not the same.
 

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The heft and balance when you pick one up, the fit of the grip in your hand, the design that has its roots reaching back over 500 years; watching all the parts engage when you draw the hammer back, the satisfying clicks and snaps of metal engaging metal; the way the light catches the metal as the cylinder rotates- yeah, revolvers are ok. Lol.
 

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I went down younder to Cochise County by the army base doing my usual inspections. Stopped off on the way back down a dirt road called dry canyon rd. Grabbed a few empty beer cans out a the back of the pickup. Pulled out my new to me - new Blackhawk .357 and fired off a few.
I think I love this gun more than any I've ever had. I might marry it. There's just something facinating about revolvers I can't explain.
Just so you know, they aren't making a dress for the Blackhawk yet, but I've heard that they have one coming out after the first of the year;)
 

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The only way it would be better if it were double action.
Nah, there are other lovely Rugers for that. Marry the Blackhawk, "keep" the GP100 or Redhawk; or vice versa. Keeps it in the family too.

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Nah, there are other lovely Rugers for that. Marry the Blackhawk, "keep" the GP100 or Redhawk; or vice versa. Keeps it in the family too.

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HaHa, yes well the only Redhawk I like is the #5003 44 Rem Mag Hardwood 7.5" 13" Hunter Model

I gotta have hardwood on my grip. Not into the Hogue grip or style.
 

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I know I know that when I said it, just saying double actions are great as well. Then she'd be a redhawk.
 
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