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Old October 23, 2013, 09:57 AM   #24
Poindexter
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Join Date: September 2, 2009
Location: Interior Alaska
Posts: 149
If you can find one, try a Redhawk with 8-10k dry fires or live fires (or combo), or a decent trigger job.

I found myself facing the same choice as the OP a year or two ago, ultimately went with the Ruger since I was looking for an all weather field gun.

My first initial is S, my last name starts with a W. AFAIK my closest blood relation to Mr. Smith or Mr. Wesson would require going back to Adam and taking a different fork, but for many many years all my handguns had my initials stamped on them at the factory.

Once I had about 3k rounds through my Redhawk I felt a LOT better about it, closing in on 10k rounds + dry fires now and I have a really nice action.
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