Little gun at the pawn shop for $99

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  1. Idontplaynice

    Idontplaynice

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    What do you think?

    Good stash gun? I know .32 H&R Magnum is not a very common caliber, but it'll do, and you just need five.

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  2. vafish

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    I still have my .32 H+R loading dies and some bullets from when I had a Ruger Single Six in that caliber.

    I'd buy a gun like that for $99.
     

  3. Bilbo Bagins

    Bilbo Bagins Slacked jawed

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    With the new .327 mags, I think .32H&R is making a comeback.
     
  4. Berto

    Berto woo woo

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    Pretty nice $99 gun, it will have a heavy trigger though.
     
  5. firefighter4215

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    I've shot an H&R .32 S&W long revolver some. It did fine. I would pay $99 for sure. They aren't easy to reload fast.
     
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    That's a buy.
     
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    I picked up one like that for $140 including a box of ammo, but the one I got was only a 32 S&W Long.
     
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    It's only good if it goes bang every time. I don't know that I'd trust a $99.00 gun for anything other than target shooting, or until it proves itself after a few hundred rounds. Not a big loss if it doesn't work.
     
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  10. Idontplaynice

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    Same as any other revolver. It's got a swing-out cylinder.
     
  11. Smashy

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    I would've bought it. Looks like a fun gun.
     
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    Not many guns I wouldn't buy for $99 :)
     
  13. gjk5

    gjk5 Pinche Gringo

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    Yep, that thing is bofugly but still: $99. I might be tempted.
     
  14. TheGrimReaper

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    I'd buy it for a $100 bucks!!!
     
  15. cosmose

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    i would buy it. looks like a fun little gun to shoot
     
  16. hogship

    hogship A republic, if you can keep it! Silver Member

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    Yep......I'd give it the "green light" if I ran across that!

    Come to think of it, I did see one of those about a year ago......I passed, but the price IIRC, was closer to $200 for the one I saw.

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    If you like it I guess. To me that is a waste of money.
     
  20. firefighter4215

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    My bad. I assumed from looking at it that it was the same as the 632 I shot. On that gun you press a release button, pull the rod out the front and completely remove the cylinder to load. Sorry, I don't know the correct terms for those parts. If it's a normal swing out cylinder then it's an even better deal than I originally thought.