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    Need advice for what a good revolver would be to buy . Like a cost for it and what you guys recommend. Comments welcomed please and thanks guys . Going to take me a month or two to save the remainder, I'll have like 250 to start with

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    How about a Ruger LCR?
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    Been checking those out a lot ... Also been looking at a charter arms pug .44 . I can't decide lol going to the gun shop Friday going to put a down payment and decide then , but idk

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    lcp is smaller than the lc9 in the giveaway ? i was comparing them the other day i like the larger one as my hands are too big for small and compact guns
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    It is very small I bought it with intentions of a pocket carry . Never owning a handgun I took my fathers advice . It's a amazing little gun . But I want to open carry from time to time , and it doesn't fit the bill well lol

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    Does airsoft make revolvers?
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    Haha would be a cost effective solution , but would it be a effective solution ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by justxboxin View Post
    Haha would be a cost effective solution , but would it be a effective solution ?
    I'd certainly sleep better at night
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    Quote Originally Posted by justxboxin View Post
    Been checking those out a lot ... Also been looking at a charter arms pug .44 . I can't decide lol going to the gun shop Friday going to put a down payment and decide then , but idk
    I have a pair of .44 Bulldogs. I like carrying them. They are good shooters. The .44 SPL is a low pressure round that throws a big bullet. Mine like the Blazer 200 Gr. HP. The .44 recoil is actually easier to manage than a .38+p for me as the recoil is more of a slow push, rather than a sharp shove. I think of it as the difference in recoil between a 9mm and a .40S&W, except that in this case, the gun that throws the biggest bullet has the least recoil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fudo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by justxboxin View Post
    Been checking those out a lot ... Also been looking at a charter arms pug .44 . I can't decide lol going to the gun shop Friday going to put a down payment and decide then , but idk
    I have a pair of .44 Bulldogs. I like carrying them. They are good shooters. The .44 SPL is a low pressure round that throws a big bullet. Mine like the Blazer 200 Gr. HP. The .44 recoil is actually easier to manage than a .38+p for me as the recoil is more of a slow push, rather than a sharp shove. I think of it as the difference in recoil between a 9mm and a .40S&W, except that in this case, the gun that throws the biggest bullet has the least recoil.

    How much would a new one run me at a lgs ?

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