What a happy day! New (Large) addition soon to come!

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    What a happy day! New (Large) addition soon to come!

    Camoflaged Ruger Super Redhawk .44 Mag : Revolvers at GunBroker.com

    I just purchased this, Looking forward to bringing her out to the range!

    OK well not purchased yet... still have to send payment - But its my first GunBroker purchase!

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    Great looking gun! Many hours of good shootin ahead!
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    Wow... That is an exceptionally nice camo pattern on that pistol!

    Beautiful gun! Congrats on such a great find!

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    Very cool....make a nice hunting sidearm.
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    That gun looks sweet! Congrats!
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    Hah! Great for concealed carry because you can just carry it out in the open and it will be camouflaged.

    The .44 Magnum is a great cartridge and a fine deer thumper. It may be loaded down or loaded heavy. Mild to wild and very useful and flexible.

    Thanks for sharing and posting the link.

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    This I think will be an OC gun for me.... :-) dont know if any one makes IWB holsters for those.
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