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Buying a Super Redhawk or FA that is designed to handle the 454 casull?
 

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Bountyhunter said:
That's not nice. :|

But it is true, Anew five shot cylinder to start with and a bucket full of money to pay the gunsmith.
 

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Bountyhunter said:
Nope just thinking that it might be a good caliber to own. :D
So go buy a SRH and all the engineering and manufacturing problems are already worked out.
Plus you have a new gun to brag about. :D
And it'll be A LOT cheaper in the long run.
 

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I do like those, but I don't have enough clams for one of them. I looked at a used one just last nigth at my local and it was $1500!! It also had a 10" barrel and I don't like long barrels.
 

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I looked at that caliber and decided the 44 mag would work better for me. I really don't want a gun I will shoot very little as the recoil on the Casull can be strong and from what I am told not fun at the range. I would wind up shooting it with 45 Colt or with light casull loads so why not just get a different caliber? The SRH doesn't come in a 4" bbl which is why I want the Redhawk with the 4" BBL. Sold off enough stuff to buy it this summer and then had to use the money to pay bills. Sometimes retirement sucks but it still beats working. Next year.
 

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That'd work BH and then you would have a reason to add another thread to the pictures forum!
 
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