Overall though, they were nice, strong revolvers with slick actions that shot pretty close to the sights. I'd buy another and I wish I had kept the .45 Colt. I killed a big groundhog with one of the .44's, offhand, at about 117 paces if I recall correctly. I don't know which of us was more surprised.
You were, he didn't care anymore.
My brother bought his when he was in the Coast guard and used it for his part time job as armed security. They insisted he get a double action, he insisted they test him on the range. There was no more said about him needing a double action.
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