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After waiting 35 days it finally arrived from Grab a Gun.

I like the sights. The red fiber optic front is easy to pick up.

Nice light single action trigger pull. I don't like the quarter inch of counter bore at the muzzle.

Rear sight base screw sticks up a little to high but I'll take care of that.

Off to the pistol range next week.
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Congrats on your spiffy new revolver.

Great photos, BTW!
 

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Thanks for the inspirational pictures!:rolleyes:
 

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I love a nice shiney blued pistol, Ok I guess I like any shiney pistol:)
 

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Nice looking gun! I have one on order, hope I don't have to wait a month. Eager to hear how she shoots for you.

How heavy is the Double Action?
 

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Sorry for not answering the questions about the cylinder gap and double action trigger pull.

I'm a semi-auto guy. This is the only revolver I own.

I wouldn't know what a good cylinder gap or double action trigger should be if it slapped me upside the head.:laugh:
 

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DA is great, truly. Smooth, consistant. Couldn't ask for more from a .22

You order the 4" or the 6"?

Good to hear! I went with a 4".

I had been looking for a Taurus 990, or a Ruger SP101. Didn't like the Ruger trigger, and never got a chance to handle the 990.

Ran across the Rossi and liked the look of it. Asked my FFL guy about ordering one, and he ordered one for himself too. :D Hope it ships quickly!
 

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I think the DA and SA is as good or better than the SP101 .22, definitely!

Own a number of firearms, but my first revolver-- for the cost, couldn't be happier.
 

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Hmmmm looks like it is almost identical in size to the SP101 .22. Wonder if the speedloaders for it or the LCR will work?

I've got a few revolvers, but gave my Taurus 94 to my son, so I'm excited about getting a .22
 
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