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I picked this up last friday. After not having a revolver for more than a year, thought it was time to get another one. Put 10 rounds though it yesterday. Less recoil than I was expecting. Took these pics after I returned from range.
 

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Sweet!!
 

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Nice photos, nice looking gun.
 

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Very nice. I looked for a three incher for a long time and never found one.
Thank you. They are getting harder to find. So when I found this one, I jumped on it.
 

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What I don't understand is why Taurus & Rossi for that matter don't make more 3" models. Seems like a pretty fair number of folks are looking for 3". Seems to me that 3" is a pretty good compromise between a 2" snubbie and a 4". The 4" seems to be a little long for easy concealed carry, while the 3" CAN be used for that purpose, yet gets more barrel for the .357 if that's what a person wants.

I picked this up last friday. After not having a revolver for more than a year, thought it was time to get another one. Put 10 rounds though it yesterday. Less recoil than I was expecting. Took these pics after I returner from range.
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What I don't understand is why Taurus & Rossi for that matter don't make more 3" models. Seems like a pretty fair number of folks are looking for 3". Seems to me that 3" is a pretty good compromise between a 2" snubbie and a 4". The 4" seems to be a little long for easy concealed carry, while the 3" CAN be used for that purpose, yet gets more barrel for the .357 if that's what a person wants.
I have to agree, I looked for a 3" for a while and finally settled for a snubby 605 but I would have rather had the 3".
 
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