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    Exactly bmc. I drove a straight 8 with 3 on the tree and it got me from point a to point b. Wheel guns are here to stay.
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    That's a beauty. Congratulations on your purchase.

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    nice buy
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    Very nice

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    That is (insert expletive here) BEAUTIFUL!
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    You will love your wheel gun! That's all we had when I was active LEO, talk about feeling a little under gunned. They finally woke up shortly after I retired. I still carry my S&W Air Weight once and awhile.
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    I like it. Nice gun.
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    I guess if your going to get a revolver it might as well be a Performance Center. Only the best will do. Nice gun! You have left a lot of us wishing we had one.
    It's not a problem til they make it one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by adric22 View Post
    I have to admit I've never cared for revolvers. It is a two-part issue for me. One is that they are too fat, seems hard to conceal. Granted, I've never actually tried before, so it is just a guess. The other thing is just aesthetics. They just look old-timey. Sort of like, why would I want to drive a Model-T when I can drive something so much more technologically advanced. I realize that is a bad comparison since a modern revolver is every bit as capable as a defense weapon as a semi-auto. But I'm just comparing on a level of appearances.

    HOWEVER - There has been a little voice in the back of my head for a while now saying that next time I buy a gun, I should make it a revolver. If nothing else, just so that I can say I have one. I've thought about trying to find an inexpensive .22LR revolver just to use as a plinking gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guantes View Post
    some if it is just personal taste. I would much prefer a 27 t with a 454 over a prius.
    a 1970 LS6?

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    Congrats. I've been thinking about getting a .357 also. ;-)

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    I've never shot one but I've fondled a couple of them. Feel's really good in my hands but I was shopping for something a little faster handling and pocketable so I ended up with an LCR .357.

    I couldn't afford even a used 627 anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imthduke View Post
    Have a moderate collection of autos but not one wheel gun, so I pulled the trigger and added one. I think I am going to enjoy it. I choose this SW 627 PC 357mag, because it looks like a no non-sense all business wheel gun. Comes with moon clips. I may just use it as a house gun and not try to lug this bad boy around. Any reports from those who have shot one?

    Is this a J frame gun, or is it a K frame? Bunker
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    It's an N frame revolver. An 8 round revolver instead of the standard 6 round one as well.

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    Cool

    What a first wheel gun.

    As sweet as that baby looks I would have to get a custom holster and make that my new Bar-B-Q carry.

    Enjoy !

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