S&W Thunder Ranch Model 325

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    S&W Thunder Ranch Model 325

    I was just reading an article in the new issue of American Handgunner on the S&W Thunder Ranch model 325. Just wondering if anyone out there has had a chance to fondle this thing yet. From what I can tell reading the article, it looks like one heck of a pistol. All I can think about after reading the story is how much I want one of these. I hope I am not alone in my craving. How about you guys, anyone obsessing for one besides me?
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    Wow looks like I am the only one obsessing for one.
    Mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike_1 View Post
    Wow looks like I am the only one obsessing for one.
    Mike
    I had to look it up...

    Revolver {check}

    Doubles as a club {check}

    Accessory rail {check}

    .45ACP {check}



    Pretty cool... I'd consider one as a house gun for sure!
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    Its Different thats for sure not sure im only lukewarm on it right now maybe it will grow on me i have the 325 with the 2" barrel already

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    I have always liked things that are a bit unconventional. I would love to have one sitting beside my bed.
    Mike
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    Mike,

    Sorry. It just doesn't do much for me. I can't seem to warm up to the IL. If I could, my top 3 (in no particular order) would be the 21 (sans gold TR logo), 22, & 625-10.

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    If we all liked the same things it would be a boring life. Now I just need to hit those lotto numbers so I can afford one.
    Mike
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