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Old January 31, 2013, 01:00 AM   #31
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Location: USA The Great State of California
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I have two .44 magnum revolvers I do not hesitate to recommend:

-S&W 6-1/2" Power Ported 629 Classic ... it is great for hunting and shooting maximum loaded heavy .44 magnum rounds.

-S&W 329PD 4" light weight .44 magnum that will rock your boat to shoot with .44 magnum loads, but is great with .44 Special, such as Buffalo Bore Heavy 185 grain Gold Dots. I find this the perfect field gun for me to carry in the outback, whether hiking, or fishing.

A Redhawk, even 4", has never struck me as a revolver I'd enjoy carrying around ... too heavy for carry and too much recoil with heavy hunting loads in .44 magnum.

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