.357 Big bore, who likes em?
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    .357 Big bore, who likes em?

    I'm thinking it would be a good partner to my Rossi 92. Do they shoot as good as they look?
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    Yes, they do. Heritage basicaly buys their big bore handguns from Pietta in Italy. They are shipped to Heritage as kits and Heritage assembles them here in the United States, brands them as Heritage, and sells them in the U.S.

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    If you buy one you'll have to do a range report. My big bore SA's are either Uberti, or Ruger.

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    If the Heritages are rebranded Piettas, they're fantastic SAAs. I don't have the small round of 357 mag, I went right to 45 colt. Then spent another year looking for a good lever in 45 colt and wife put her foot down and informed me that if I get a lever gun it must be a Henry. 2 weeks later I was signing for a Henry Big boy brass in 45 colt with the octagon barrel.
    I say get the Heritage BB in 357 and start getting your leather for both.
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