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Available at a Cabela's Store in Main.

A Korth Stainless Revolver




Korth Sport Double Action Revolver - Stainless Steel .357 Magnum
# Cal./Gauge: .357 Magnum
# Barrel(s): 6"
# Sights/Scope: Fixed Front and Adjustable Rear
# Trigger(s): Seratted and Adjustable
# Metal Condition: As New
# Wood Condition: Grips as New
# Bore Condition: As New
# Extras: Includes Carrying Case
As new condition Korth double action revolver in .357 magnum. This is a low numbered Korth built out of stainless steel. Stainless Korth's are almost never seen. The steel has a matte type finish. Checkered oil finish walnut grips. With automatic ejection system, adjustable firing pin, and adjustable trigger pull. A unique feature of this brilliantly designed revolver is the push button cylinder release. Sights are black finish undercut partridge match front and windage and elevation adjust target rear (square cut notch). The Korth is the handgun of Captains of Industry, Celebrities and even a few remaining Aristocrats! Korth in Germany takes 4-months to build one gun. This one includes a carrying case.
Price: $10,499.00
I could buy alot, and I mean alot of Smith & Wesson L frame and N frame revolvers in both blue and stainess for this.
 

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Nice looking gun but for that much I don’t think so.
 

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never have seen one but have heard of them---------sort of like them Purdey brand shotguns to the shotgun world..............

i've heard instead of carrying speedloaders, a man just carries xtra loaded cylinders. heck we done thought and tried that back in the Civil War.
 

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I would rather have a S&W mod 686 with a 6" barrel anyday than that.
 

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deputy125 said:
never have seen one but have heard of them---------sort of like them Purdey brand shotguns to the shotgun world..............

i've heard instead of carrying speedloaders, a man just carries xtra loaded cylinders. heck we done thought and tried that back in the Civil War.
I think if you're the type to carry that, and the SHTF and you run out of ammo, you just call out to your butler Mr. Smithers and he will hurry to your side, reload your revolver and hand it back to you, all the while calling out encouraging words like, "excellent SHOT, sir!" "good SHOW, sir, you really came close that time!"
 

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I'll tell you what though, that is one of the most beautiful revolvers I've ever seen.
 

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Wasn't Korth the company that made a revolver that could shoot just about any ammo that was .355-.358? I remember reading an article about one of them that could shoot 9mm parebellum, 9x21mm, .380 acp, .38 special, and .357 mag among others. It was pretty cool, but not at over $10,000.
 

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Never heard of the Medusa. Then again, I'd never heard of the Korth before this thread either. :?
 

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I could just see the shtf and you push the damn button by mistake and the cylinder falls on the floor and rolls under something.

I was just in the Maine store yesterday and didn't look in the fine gun room as I didn't have the time to spare. I imagine it will still be there if I go back next spring or so.
 

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Yeah, Terry I think it'll be there for quite a while.

Where is the new store? Is it in Arundle?
 

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Scarborough exit 42 off the Maine Pike. I had been to the one in Mitchell, SD and thought the Maine store was smaller and the pricing was high, not to mention the dreaded sales tax. The display in the center of the store is outstanding however as they have a few book bucks in full body mounts including some outstanding non-typicals. It's a fun trip and I only spent just over a hundred.
 

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The tax in Maine does suck. Then if you buy a gun you have to pay to have it shipped over the border and then a transfer fee. That puts even a deal on a gun into the red.
 
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