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Just a good old classic Redhawk. 5.5” blued with magna port. Great trigger. Gun has some honest wear. It’s been used but not abused. Still in great shape for age with great lockup. Comes with Ruger wood grips, 3- HKS speedloaders, and rubber grip. An I’ll take it posted here trumps pm’s.

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I gotta ask.....any hair raising tales from out in the brush/bush with this purty thing?

It is a sweet deal. Starting to drool some.
GLWS.
I wish. I picked it up somewhere years ago then sold it to my brother. It’s been his favorite handgun for a few years. He needed some money so I bought it back to help him out. I’m more of a Smith guy.
 

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I'm trying to decide if my arthritis hands can handle it. They aren't too bad yet, but it's been years since I fired a 44 mag.
 
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I'm trying to decide if my arthritis hands can handle it. They aren't too bad yet, but it's been years since I fired a 44 mag.
I haven’t fired it but my brother says the porting helps a bunch
 

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Man that’s tempting!
I had one exactly like that (except for the porting). It was my deer gun for several years back in the ‘80’s when I was running dogs in the swamp.
I used 260 grain hot handloads in that thing; and it handled them just fine.

Great handgun! 👍👍
 

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That there is one hell of a revolver!!!! Perfect answer for the gent or lady who hangs out with the Model 29 crowd and seeking 'a little something/something" different.
 
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