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Opinion on a cheap old revolver?

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by CompleteNerd, Sep 25, 2012.

  1. Jason D

    Jason D INFRINGED Silver Member Millennium Member

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    Lots of good choices to be sure.
    I'd still take a 64 over any of them.
     
  2. Bill Keith

    Bill Keith

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    I don't follow your logic. The wife is pregnant...so you need to get a gun?:faint:
     


  3. Id get one, as a matter of fact I came close to ordering one from I think JG Sales(not positive) when I found that Dan Wesson and got that instead for $229 lol. gonna be picking that up off layaway in the next 2 weeks!@ cant wait!
     
  4. slumpmaster

    slumpmaster Amateur

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    WA doesn't restrict what you can carry.


    OP, buy either the 64 or 10 with confidence. Then buy a good holster and a couple of Safariland Comp2 speedloaders. Personally, I would get the 64, but I already have a 10-5.


    Where in WA are you?
     
  5. Sgt127

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    If you own a 3-4" Smith 64 or 65 (.357 Magnum version) you will never NEED another personal defense gun for the rest of your life. They are the gold standard.
     
  6. 45caldan

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    I REALLY want a 3" 64 or 65 badly!
    These can be a little more pricey for that bbl length, especially the 65.
     
  7. countrygun

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    No doubt, the "K" frame platform is versatile.

    The 3" 65 is a regular carry, the 4"18 makes a good .22 "trainer"

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