This is a discussion on Why do revolvers just leave me cold? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by BBMW Okay, would it make a difference if I said it was a Colt Night Cobra, or maybe an old 2" S&W ...
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I changed the comparison revolver to eliminate the issue of the perception of quality (or lack thereof) in the revolver I initially used for the comparison. This was to make it an issue of comparing autos to revolvers of equivalent perceived quality. That's all that was going on there. I wanted to eliminate extraneous issues.
But your right, I'm unlikely to change the mind of dedicated revolver guys. They've had decades to think about his, long before I popped onto their computer screen. But the question becomes, for someone who isn't coming into the argument with preconceived notions, what's the better type of gun, on an objective basis, for a particular take of use?
Love my revo's. Smith and Wesson 586 blued, Ruger GP100 6" blued, Smith and Wesson Model 19 snub blued, Smith and Wesson Model 617 4". Not one of them for sale.