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    Looking for a cure.

    I need a 44 magnum like a need another hole in my head. Nevertheless, I got this itch. Other than Preparation H, does anyone have a homeopathic cure to relieve this troubling condition? I'm thinking if a gaggle of 44 magnum owners don't come forth with testimonies that explain such a path will NOT bring happiness (they just end up sitting in the gun safe) I may do something silly. I'm reaching out here guys.
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    I think this might be the wrong kind of support group for that......

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    And here's mine, you know, for that antagonizing kind of support

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    Other than hunting wildlife what it’s good for ? Unless that is you live in bear country !

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonPT24/7 View Post
    Other than hunting wildlife what it’s good for ? Unless that is you live in bear country !

    Dressing up as DIRTY HARRY and carrying it for Halloween? How about playing DIRTY HARRY and carrying it every day?

    (truth be told, I've had the same itch as the OP)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonPT24/7 View Post
    Other than hunting wildlife what it’s good for ?
    That's what I'm trying to determine. My neighbor thinks that when Beto "buys back" all of the "weapons of war that were designed for the battlefield" it will include the 1911. But six-shooters may escape his list. But then again the Remington Model 1858 was used in the Civil War. Damned if I can understand all this silliness.
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    Go to your local range and rent one, if you can. Also purchase the hottest 44 Magnum ammunition available. Shoot it until your hand throbs, and you can not hold the gun at all. Remember this sensation every time you get the urge to buy a 44 Magnum. Repeat as needed every time you get the urge to buy a 44 Magnum.

    Yes, I owned a 44 Magnum at one time. After a few range trips like this, I decided that I really did not need one any more.
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    Personally, I got a .45 Colt Blackhawk. It can scratch my Dirty Harry itch OR my Wyatt Earp itch just depending on what I load it with. I kinda wanted that Rossi compact .44 mag when it came out, but I got over it. It was quite affordable, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RonPT24/7 View Post
    Other than hunting wildlife what it’s good for ? Unless that is you live in bear country !

    "...but, being as this is a .44 MAGNUM, the most powerful handgun ever made (in 1972), and could blow your head clean off, you just gotta ask yourself........"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desperado View Post
    Go to your local range and rent one, if you can. Also purchase the hottest 44 Magnum ammunition available. Shoot it until your hand throbs, and you can not hold the gun at all. Remember this sensation every time you get the urge to buy a 44 Magnum. Repeat as needed every time you get the urge to buy a 44 Magnum.

    Yes, I owned a 44 Magnum at one time. After a few range trips like this, I decided that I really did not need one any more.
    Sage advice.
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