I recently sold my Glock 36 and my S&W M9c and used some of the bucks to buy a stainless Ruger New Vaquero with a 5.5" barrel. What a deal. Now I have an outstanding, steel revolver that I love shooting, instead of two, box weapons that I would never use.
Murphy's, an outstanding gunsmith shop up in Tucson gave me good value for the two firearms I never used and did not trust. They gave me a good price on the Vaquero too. I spent the balance as store credit for handloading supplies, which they somehow manage to get periodically. If anyone is in Tucson or nearby, I can recommend Murphys' as the best place in town.
I also recommend a solid, steel, Ruger revolver in 45 Colt over two plastic guns that I never enjoyed.
The wheelgunners have brought another one back from the dark side!
Originally Posted by Teuthis
Good deal on finding a local dealer in your town. Back when there was this ammo shortage thing going on, I always knew I could go to my local guy who runs his business part time for .357 magnums for my Ruger Blackhawk.
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