Since I've used it in the past as my go-to woods gun, my default natural choice would be my 3" GP100. However a 6rd option in the smaller K6S form factor would be preferable to haul around on a daily basis, at least until I had to shoot full bore 357 loads in training. My wrist hurts just thinking about it.
All that being said, I like Q's workaround G18 answer...if only it were legally possible...
Posts: 203 | Location: The commie, rainy side of WA | Registered: April 19, 2020
I already own a S&W model 65 in 357magnum...I love mine, I’d carry it in a heartbeat.
But I caught myself last night looking at a new Ruger Redhawk...was trying to decide between the 5050 (45colt/45acp) or the 5044 (44mag)...I have no need for one, just was thinking I need a new revolver.
I’ve owned Rugers before, Blackhawk,sp101,gp100,new vaquero....just hinkin a big bore that I could handload for would be cool.
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My 66-4 even though it's only a 2.5" and I guess i would buy some old pre-lock or current " pro" series Smiths. Rugers are great but pinch my finger badly. Never had but always wanted the midsize Colts and that kimber too....
Now IF this included AR pistols with no.financial comp, I would be really pissed.
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