I have 10 guns valued over $10,000 and still no revolver.
What revolvers should I consider. Thinking .357 magnum.
For a while I was convinced in getting a S&W 686 4" but maybe that would be too boring and plain.
I refuse to buy any revolver with an internal lock.
I dont care what they say, any revolver with the Hillary Hole is a piece of shit. Internal are stupid and unnecessary. To get my to buy one of those things with an internal lock you would have to discount it 90% from MSRP and even then I would rather not have it.
Why not get a revolver valued over $10,000?
I am in the same boat as OP and am about to pull the trigger on a new GP100 or SP101
still haven't decided, the SP has one less round but is ten ounces lighter and an inch and a half shorter.
Since I will be concealing it I am leaning SP though the GP would be a better shooter.
>chambered for .357
Is .327 Federal Magnum still a thing?
Medusa model 47, a 25+caliber revolver. No moon clips needed.
if you want an eleventh, get a Pfeifer Zeliska .600 Nitro Express revolver
>glock master race
Personally if I'm going to shell out $10k+ on a revolver I'd want to get something different like a mateba. Not the most practical, but interesting guns none the less.
Get a Smith and Wesson Model 27, I model 29 if your fine with .44. The 27 shoots .357 and can shoot .38+p. If you don't want too look around for a used one, they S&W has started making new ones of their classic guns.
Different poster, but if you buy a Ruger LCR, could you take it too a smith and have them extend the barrel?
To make matters even worse, the model 357 is chambered for .41 mag, the model 32 is in .38, model 22 is in .45 acp, model 41 is in .22, and the model 44 is a super rare single action semi auto 9mm.
Sounds like money isn't all that much on an issue for you.
My short list of dream revolvers:
S&W Triple Lock
S&W Reg Mag
S&W Performance Center 627, 5", unfluted cylinder
Freedom Arms anything, honestly
Korth, obviously, if you *must* into the Rolls Royce of Revolvers.
any S&w performance center
Welp aside from the SHTF factor the medusa is known to be :
Inacurate with anything but mild .38sp light .357mag
prone to cilinder gap after few shots
prone to shelle clogged in the chambers
have a bastard twist rate
grooves are relatively easy to clog up with lead residue
ANd this gun was the messiah for Euro shooter (one gun 25+ calibers, you imagine that?)
and then the first model were available and the fairy tale ended
This, but manurhin aren't that expensive in EUrope (€500 for a 4" gendarmerie model, up to 1k€ for the 5 3/4" sporting/GIGN version, mr 38 and 88 are in the 600€ range and MR93 are unicorn farts)
FN barracuda is cool also
bye wrist bones
Dan wesson is kewl also>>28518907
game breaker it is
I got a question, there any new break top revolvers being made?
Start buying colt snake guns, everything else is just shit as far as quality and value over time.
Smiths are ok, but the voluntary Hillary hole really detracts from new model value. It is also a reminder of what happens when dems start getting seats in the Senate and house.
Uberti makes a no. 2 Schofield.
Colt Python, Dan Wesson, Mateba, or Korth
Those are the only revolvers worth owning.