What was your first revolver?

Wheelguns of all descriptions.
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Post by Mannlicher »

a S&W in .38 Smith and Wesson. Bought it for $15, well used. A coupon on a back page of Outdoor Life magazine. Shipped Railway Express. I rode my bike downtown to pick it up. No ID, no forms, and I was 15 years old.
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Post by neverenoughguns »

tcpip95 wrote: Tue May 11, 2021 5:05 pm I just this week got my first revolver. S&W Model 610-3 10mm/.40 cal with 4” barrel. Stainless steel shoots my .40 cal ammo with moon clips. Always been a 1911/semi-auto guy.
Excellent! Have one in 6”. 100 percent brass retention for reloading….
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Post by TC6969 »

The day I turned 21, I went down and bought a Ruger Old Model Blackhawk in .357.

I REALLY wish I still had it!
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Post by Bladesmith2000 »

Ruger Redhawk .44 mag when I was 18. I funded it, but my mom had to sign the paperwork. I put the V notch rear sight on it with the gold bead front sight. A set of Pachmayr Gripper grips made it easier to control and hit targets at longer ranges. Loved that gun!
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Post by cal45 »

S&W Model 10 4" & Model 36 Snub - Duty revolver and off duty revolver purchased while in the NYPD Academy (1980)
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Post by FfNJGTFO »

I'll be honest. I'm not big on wheel guns. For me, carrying & using a hand gun is all about "capacity." And semi-auto pistols are much better suited for that.

That said, I did inherit a SW Model 10 and a model 15 from my uncle before he died. I sold the 15 but I kept the model 10 and still have it today. I even have speed loaders for it (38 Spc). I only practice with it on the range. But I do not EDC it at all.
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Post by frenchkat »

Used S&Ws and Ruger Security 6s while in the Army and an assortment of wheel guns working armed security in later years. Been building ARs & FALs and collecting different models of 1911s.

Never owned a wheel gun until a couple of years ago. Dad gave me his Rossi 851 in .38. Liked it so much I bought another one in stainless and a 971 in .357

Fun at the range, but I’ll stick with one of my 1911s for carry.
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Post by Jeepsnguns »

Skeezix wrote: Sun Sep 06, 2020 6:59 pm GP100 in 1986 after I got back to the states.
My very first handgun purchase back in 1995 was a 4" stainless Ruger GP100.
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