Anyone know anything about this gun?

Anyone know anything about this gun?

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    Anyone know anything about this gun?



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    Hi-Point of revolvers...
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    I have seen them at several gun shows and that is about the average price asked. I have looked at them on occasion and the examples I looked at just appeared roughly made and poorly finished but I have never bought or shot one.
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    Here's a hint of their quality...

    Comanche Revolvers..... - THR



    Here is one of the reviews/comments...

    "I saw a pair at the Reno NRA convention gun show. That would be...what, 3 or 4 years ago?

    Anyways. These guns were for display purposes. So you figure they'd put good ones out, right?

    Well these "good ones" looked like they'd been built by drunk chimpanzees. Epileptic drunk chimpanzees. Going through a heroin withdrawal...on a rollercoaster with one bad wheel. Maybe two.

    With NO exaggeration, I wouldn't shoot one unless a bench vice and 100yds of string were involved."
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    Look at the gap between the cylinder and the frame... you could drive a Cadillac through there. (Not one of these new toy Cadillacs either; a real 1960s TANK)

    The trigger looks kind of like an afterthought too.. "We're missing something, but I just can't figure it out." "Doesn't it need one of those things that makes the hammer fall? What do you call it... Oh!! A trigger! Let's look through these scraps and see what we can find..."

    Looks vaguely like a Taurus 'Large Frame' series revolver, only put together by someone who is blind and has no mechanical abilities whatsoever and just threw a .357 cylinder and barrel on that large frame.

    I suppose if someone gave you one you could trade it for a Hi-Point. Well... the revolver and about $300.
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    Comanche firearms produced in Argentina and marketed by Firestorm imports. -JUNK-
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    Comanche revolvers are part of the Bersa line. Other than that don't really know much about them. Have never shot or even handled one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Comanche revolvers are part of the Bersa line. Other than that don't really know much about them. Have never shot or even handled one.
    The Commanches have nothing to do with Bersa. The only thing in common is that both the Bersas and Commanches are imported by Eagle Imports.
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    WOW! Thanks guys for the info. I trust what you guys say. Looks like another choice would be in order. OK, how about this one. What do you guys think?
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    That one is better but I'd still go for a vintage, used, Smith & Wesson over a new one of those. With that one you're already at a price that you can pick up a really nice condition S&W used if you're willing to shop around a bit.
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    You can pick up an EAA Windicator like I have for right around $300. .38spl/.357mag, brand new for $300+/-. Don't see beating that very easily.

    Mine has been flawless for over 1,000 rounds (which I know isn't saying a whole lot for a revolver), but I haven't had any kind of problem with it at all. Only thing I don't like about it is the lack of aftermarket grips.
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    Find yourself something like a pre lock S&W model 10-6 and don't look back. You wont regret it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcp1810 View Post
    Find yourself something like a pre lock S&W model 10-6 and don't look back. You wont regret it.
    With a bit of shopping around they are not uncommon to find in the $300-$350 range. Also look for a Model 15, same as the Model 10 but with adjustable sights and still in the same price range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Well these "good ones" looked like they'd been built by drunk chimpanzees. Epileptic drunk chimpanzees. Going through a heroin withdrawal...on a rollercoaster with one bad wheel. Maybe two.

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