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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by chrisko View Post
    people like your co-worker make me sick... to think because i own an "assault weapon" (my AR15) people think of me as the next person to knock over a 7-11 or shoot up a school... i have people like that where i work too, stupid left-wing liberals...

    anyways getting back on topic, i would really love to shoot one... too bad no gun stores around here have a try it before you buy option...
    I know the feeling. I too own an AR-15 and know the feeling of being questioned. I tend to keep to myself with what I own, however I hear my co-workers and friends talk about "assault weapons" and none of them know what an actual "ASSAULT WEAPON" is. They know what the media depicts as one, but not the real definition.

    I plan on picking up one of these. I am looking to get something my girl can handle; I think this is a good fit for her. I love the fact that it comes with Hogue grips; I am a huge fan of those. I don't have much experience with wheel firearms so this will be interesting to try. I really like the design. Way to go Ruger!
    "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum"

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  3. #12
    Don't know if I'd call it a true "plastic" gun. The cylinder, cylinder frame and barrel are metal. Looks like an interesting wheel gun though. May have to take a look at it.

  4. #13
    wolfhunter Guest
    It looks and sounds like a good concept. However, it's a Ruger. How many recalls will it have?

  5. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    It looks and sounds like a good concept. However, it's a Ruger. How many recalls will it have?
    I don't know Deer/Wolfhunter, I like my 6-Shooter... I'd like to look closely at the hammer system (Looks simular to my Redhawk) , the Cylinder, Will it hold up to, what did you say the other day, 7500 rounds? Definately Worth looking at.
    Semper Fi

  6. #15
    wolfhunter Guest
    Ricbak, I like Ruger's 6-shooters, too, but they seem to be on a recall trend with their newer designs. Look at the SR-9 and LCP. I'll be following any articles and as soon as one arrives at a local store, I'll check it out, but I'll be cautious of buying a new Ruger design.

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    i like the looks of it beter than my s&w 442

  8. #17
    I wouldn't complain about accuracy of any of the J Frame designs. I have fired many of the smith's and have been pleased with accuracy both at the 7 yard "combat" distance and beyond.

    My Taurus 85 Titanium (also 13.5 oz) is VERY accurate. I can hit a pepper popper past 50 yards without any effort, and can ring them at 100 yards if I take my time.

    I can't wait to get my hands on 1 of these for a test drive.

  9. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    Ricbak, I like Ruger's 6-shooters, too, but they seem to be on a recall trend with their newer designs. Look at the SR-9 and LCP. I'll be following any articles and as soon as one arrives at a local store, I'll check it out, but I'll be cautious of buying a new Ruger design.
    Yeah,,, I know, Both Autos, Can't be that difficult to get them right...
    Semper Fi

  10. #19
    I prefer semi autos... but that is a nice looking revolver. wouldn't mind trying it out.
    You can have my freedom as soon as I'm done with it!!!

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    Oh snap! If they're cheap enough, I want two of 'em.
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