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I have gone back Old School

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Two Guns, Apr 14, 2013.

  1. skeeter7

    skeeter7 Brass Vulture

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  2. deputy tom

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    Nice find and I AM older than your flat latch. tom.:cool:
     

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    CajunBass Silver Member

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    I agree on all points.
     
  4. OldSchool64

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    Good point, that's why I went with the 3 1/16th" barrel for my .357 Ruger SP101.
     
  5. Glock26z

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    I went back to old school myself. I went to Ruger SP101 in .357/.38,S&W Model 64s 2,3,and 4 inch in .38. And a single stack 2 Rock Island one in .45 and the other in .38 super. The Rock in .45 is the compact 3.5 inch barrel and parkerized slide and frame.
     
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    Nice! Looks great. I picked up a 3" Model 36 this week as well. Standard latch with a heavy barrel and aftermarket grips. Nice find! Hope you enjoy yours as much as I have mine.

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    :cool: tom.
     
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    Congratulations and good for you. for some reason they feel good to carry.

    I agree in carrying a revolver. Mine is a four inch barrel. I would have preferred a 3 inch. I also believe in carrying the most powerful caliber I can shoot well and fast. I want to change to a .44 Magnum when the right one is available.