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Old January 10, 2013, 11:04 AM   #5
buck460XVR
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I dunno...maybe it's me, but unless one is a machinist/custom gunsmith and can do the work themselves, wouldn't it be cheaper and more advantageous to just buy two guns? I mean Taurus RBs are not that expensive( my LGS has .454 RBs for under $800 and .44 RBs for under $600) and other than the novelty, if one want's both barrel lengths, I'm thinkin' two guns for the same price are better than one gun with two barrels. JMHO.
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