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  1. Pistol and Revolver Forum
    What is the best pistol for both urban carry and for use while hiking, fishing and hunting as a defense against bears? I was thinking either a glock 37 or a .357 magnum, but the .357 is kind of big for urban carry. Thanks for your opinions.
  2. Pistol and Revolver Forum
    I need help. I have a deposit on a S&W 686 used 6inch revolver (pre safety lock) , but have the option to get a brand new ruger gp100 . I like the trigger on the SW but don't hate the one on Ruger either. The Smith is $600 vs Ruger $675. My main concern is the Smith being used even though it...
  3. Pistol and Revolver Forum
    I've yet to find a good, solid, reliable .357 revolver within my price range of no more than $350. In our local secondhand news in which people commonly overprice guns and ammo to oblivion, there's an Old model Charter Arms 3 inch Bulldog in .44 special for $300 bucks. I have done some research...
  4. Firearms General Discussion
    I knew it would be bad after the elections. "I" would have bought alot before the panic if I had the money at the time. But I never pictured anything like this. Last week, my Dad got his CCW permit. He had to qualify with his Browning Buckmark .22, since we haven't got any other handgun right...
  5. Rifle Forum
    So, I've been thinking, when I can come up with the money, it might be worth getting a backup rifle to my main battle rifle, my SKS. I will (hopefully) be getting a very nice Ruger Security Six .357 in 2 weeks if I can come up with $310 bucks (sold my Mosin Nagant 91/30 for $90 bucks, gave the...
  6. Pistol and Revolver Forum
    There are probably hundred of threads like this out there, but I'm having trouble finding good information. I'm 18 years old, and my very kind mom has agreed to purchase a wheel gun for me on my behalf. I know that Smith and Wesson revolvers are generally made to a higher standard than the...
  7. Pistol and Revolver Forum
    As most of you know, i've been looking for a good, inexpensive .357 revolver for SHTF and as a glovebox/nightstand gun. My requirements are: It needs to be durable and strong (as most revolvers are), have a decent trigger pull, have reasonable accuracy up to around 10-15 yards, maybe 20, and go...
  8. Firearms General Discussion
    This wiki page is about an interesting shootout. Real life application of revolvers and other weapons in combat that helped the FBI decide on the 40 S&W round. It brings up some interesting weapons in use that I see people talk about on this site. The min 14 and the 357 magnum revolver. If...
  9. Pistol and Revolver Forum
    I searched the forums and Googled this, but couldn't find any real answers. Nationally and generally speaking, how easy is it to find ammunition for each of the most common handgun calibers? What would you estimate is the percentage of each of the major (most popular) handgun calibers in...
  10. Firearms General Discussion
    Hi guys, I own a SIG P229 in .40. The gun is great, but the real reason I bought it was for the multiple caliber conversion: If you buy the gun in .40 S&W, all you have to do is drop in a .357 SIG barrel and you can shoot that caliber as well. Slide, mags, springs, and everything else don't...
  11. Pistol and Revolver Forum
    I traded around with my Dad and wound up with this. It's a S&W Model 19-2 (pinned barrel) that my Dad's had since I was a toddler. It came with a pretty good pile of .38 and .357 ammo.
  12. Firearms General Discussion
    In my opinion the M65 in 3" is one of the best combat revolvers. Good link for some police trade ins..... http://www.robertsontradingpost.com/sw65.htm
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