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Taurus Model 66 357 Magnum
Problem is, they’re all nice. My experience is with a S&W model 10, .38 Special; Three shootings (on-duty); Total seven gunmen hit; Total six gunmen DOA; Total eight rounds fired.
I also practiced 400 rounds per day, seven days a week. I’m still here.
Glad you are still here sir. Sounds like you’ve had some dangerous experiences.
You know something, I never really felt anything until I retired back in the 20th Century. Then slowly, everything started creeping up on me and I feel worn out.
Your experiences would make a best selling book. You really should consider writing one. They would be fascinating reading.
Not to take away from the .557, which is a magnificent round, I have to disagree with you on this one. For me, the King of The Revolvers is the Ruger Alaskan .454 Casull. It’s light weight, compact, and can put down a bear or a moose.
Thanks for the great posts!
As they say what works for one doesn’t always work for another but it’s good to hear that you found a revolver that works well for you.
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