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    Tad too small for me. Heck, even the ruger bearcat is too small. I bought one of those after looking for one for a couple of years and traded it for a single six.
    EDIT: Couldn't go back into post and correct what autocorrect did for me.

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    I also have a .22 Taurus snub, but the action is nowhere near as smooth as either the Taurus or LCR. I may end up getting rid of it.

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    I have a Taurus Model 94 4" blue.... My wife bought it for me late 80s. It's a great gun. I do believe. 22 revolvers have inherently lousy triggers though because of the round being rimfire. It's a good gun to use to teach the basics of handgun shooting to beginners.
    Also, I only dry fire that one with snap caps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostHorse View Post
    Yes, see post #3.

    Another option (much easier to find than the Taurus 94, and much cheaper than a Smith or Ruger) is the Charter Arms Pathfinder. Classic Charter design in .22LR.
    I googled the pathfinder and a ad showed from Walmart about a POSTER of a pathfinder for $235! A poster, not a gun! Wow!

    https://www.walmart.com/ip/Charter-A...SABEgKaivD_BwE
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    Regarding all of the comments about the 22 revolvers having stiff triggers because of the rimfire nature of the round, please note that this can be addressed by installing the appropriate Wolff reduced tension trigger spring. It's a remarkable difference...

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    I've been thinking about a 22lr snubbie too. My dad had one back in the day. I think it was a Sentinel? Held 9 or 10 rounds. I stayed on the west side of Chicago for a while in college. He gave me that pistol to keep under my pillow.

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    Went to a few gun shops looking for non western style double action revolvers. No charter arms found. Did encounter a ruger sp01. Nice piece of equipment. Not a snub, but may still consider it.
    Still looking for a charter arms. Also might consider the lcr. No rush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostHorse View Post
    Another option (much easier to find than the Taurus 94, and much cheaper than a Smith or Ruger) is the Charter Arms Pathfinder. Classic Charter design in .22LR.
    Here's my Pathfinder from the mid 70's. .22WMR. Never a single issue, it's been 100% since I inherited it (and my late FIL never mentioned an issue either). And I have no problem with it being a six-hole revolver, I'm a traditionalist and that's how I like 'em.

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    My almost new Charter Arms Pathfinder Name:  DSCF0327.JPG
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    Nice. Notice they have a 22lr/22wmg option package for the longer barrel pathfinder. Be nice to see the same for a snobby.

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