I'm thinking it would be a good partner to my Rossi 92. Do they shoot as good as they look?
Now that I have the M92 on the way...I am also thinking of a SAA wheelgun in matching 357. It's a disease I tells ya...not an addiction...a DISEASE!The Heritage is still on the list but this years gun purchased went for a carry piece, a Ruger SP101. My R92 still needs a single action mate. Maybe next time.
I don't see that as a benefit. What am I missing?
Yeah, but our ancestors didn't have a bad habit of suing the gun maker when they dropped a gun and it discharged, either.Now that I have the M92 on the way...I am also thinking of a SAA wheelgun in matching 357. It's a disease I tells ya...not an addiction...a DISEASE!
For the purist. The frontiersmen didn't have no STEENKIN' transfer bar...
Well, I won't say that they're quite as narrow as the black rubber grips, but they're really not all that much wider. I can still use a speedloader, but I've pretty much converted to speed strips anyway. I really love a good set of wood grips on a revolver, to me it just sets it off.Love the grips on the 66! I have always used the factory grips. I struggle replacing them due to the slim profile. They just hide away so easily. Worried if I switch out, I’ll ruin my concealability.