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    One Day Sale At PSA On The Rough Rider With Bird's Head Grip- Both Cylinders

    Seems like a good deal to me. I'd be all over it if I could ship it to ILLinois.

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    Excellent deal. I think I gave 275 or some such for mine OTC at an ag supply in El Campo. Mine's got a 3.5" barrel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NativeTexan View Post
    Excellent deal. I think I gave 275 or some such for mine OTC at an ag supply in El Campo. Mine's got a 3.5" barrel.
    I think that combo of the black finish and black pearl grips looks pretty cool also.
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    That's a cool looking gun. Would be nice in center fire.
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    I have little experience with revolvers...except for a sub nose 38 and my Rough Rider....the birds head grip just looks strange and potentially uncomfortable to me. I know many are owned, so I must be wrong. Have to find one to shoot sometime.
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    If that was on sale last week I would of bought that one. With the shorter barrel... that a nice one. One of the PSA locations, is about 20 minutes away from me, give or take depending on the traffic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark7mod0 View Post
    I have little experience with revolvers...except for a sub nose 38 and my Rough Rider....the birds head grip just looks strange and potentially uncomfortable to me. I know many are owned, so I must be wrong. Have to find one to shoot sometime.
    That's kinda' the same way I feel. I prefer the traditional cowboy grip. But hey, to each his own. That's why they make'em. Anyone.. Is the birdshead grip what they call a 'shopkeeper'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chefduane View Post
    That's kinda' the same way I feel. I prefer the traditional cowboy grip. But hey, to each his own. That's why they make'em. Anyone.. Is the birdshead grip what they call a 'shopkeeper'?

    I was under the impression that the "shopkeeper" referred primarily to the barrel length...4' or under?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    I was under the impression that the "shopkeeper" referred primarily to the barrel length...4' or under?
    Heritage's 16" Buntline qualifies as a "shopkeeper," since it's shorter than 4 feet, right?

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