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The new Colt Python if I could find one available,
 
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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... Frown


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The S&W 3" M65 I already have.

If it was a new gun I'd have to find an 8 round 327 or 627 without the lock.



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A one party state such as liberal Democrats as president with majorities in US Senate and House of Representatives semi-autos would be at risk.


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I own more revolvers than semi-autos. My current concealed carry guns include:

4" Colt Python .357 magnum
4" Colt Trooper 3-5-7 .357 magnum
4.2" Ruger GP100 Match Champion 10mm
4" S&W 29-2 .44 magnum


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3" Kimber K6S DASA. I don't have one yet, but it is on the list.




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4” 627 8 shot .
 
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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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Really would not be a big deal for us (unless whoever disappeared the autos didn't leave us the money (Oh my, the money!) I've dropped on them.

My wife already has, and sometimes carries, her Ruger LCR with CT grips, I have one exactly like it and we also have a spare, a 3" Ruger LCRX also in 38 Special

I would not feel poorly armed with them rather than a pistol. I carried revolvers for many, many years as a young police officer and, then, for many years afterwards.

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Add a second Model 60 3" with CT Lasergrips to the one we've had for many years.

But the Kimber 3 and 4" revolvers look interesting?

I don't have a Glock 19 for comparison.

What are the dimensions, for the sake of this discussion?

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I jljones doesn't want anyone to game the system, and frankly I'd not have any practical issues on carrying a 8 shot revolver that I already own, but if we get there I'm carrying a rifle.


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Either my S&W 3" Model 65 or the blued Model 13 version.

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I'm lucky enough to already own mine. A mint 1973-produced S&W Model 10-5 .38 with 2-inch barrel and K-frame.


 
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I'd probably go back to carrying my Ruger LCR in .38, and save my S&W 586 for special occasions.


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My 586 in a high ride. Big gun but I have worn it concelled. Never" jams" Old school goodness.
 
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Nunchucks. Definitely nunchucks.
 
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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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Wiley Clapp GP 100, 3" .357



Alternately, my S&W 625
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N frame 3" round butt in .44 Magnum. Or even a snub.
 
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Well, since I already have it, my choice is the ruger Bisley blackhawk .44 with 3.75” bbl.
 
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