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New or used? I am not up to date on the new models, but I have a couple of favorites from the past that can be found for sale.

The K-22 in two forms, the M18 with 4" barrel and ramped front sight. Foolishly sold mine years ago and now thinking that I need to get it back. Also the M17 with 6" or 8" barrel and target sight. These would be six-shooters, though, and maybe you want more?

I have a Taurus M94 and it holds nine rounds. But it is a fairly small gun.

Want a realy hefty .22 revolver? The Colt Officer's Model/Match with a 6" heavy barrel. Old world craftsmanship and exquisite accuracy. Talk about bulk, this one is a real hand full. For something a little more modern the Trooper MK III was made in .22 with 4", 6" and 8" barrels.

Anyway, these are my favorites.
 

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Another one that is often overlooked is the Dan Wesson. They still make some of the most accurate with the advantage of interchangeable brls (from short to REAL long).
 

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If you can find one the old colt diamond back was a dream

Jeff:usa:

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The D'back is nice but any more you need a loan from the bank to buy one.
 

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Roger that pig. I fell in love in college (somtime last century) and kick my self to this day for not buying one. (not cheap then either)

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The first revolver (indeed, the first handgun) I ever fired was a nine-shot H&R model. After setting the targets up (a bunch of cans), the group of people that I was with let me go first since I was the rookie and I think that they figured I wouldn't be much of a threat to those cans. Well, before I emptied the cylinder, they asked me to stop and give them a turn! I found that revolver not only to be a lot of fun, but easy to shoot well.

Do any of you know what the model number of that revolver would have been? Didn't NEF make a 9-shot revolver after they took over H&R?
 

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Was that the break-open model (ala Webley)? I think that was the H&R 999 Sportsmen. I toyed with the idea of getting one off and on for years. Passed on one for $65 at the Dayton show when I was in Ohio. Maybe I don't want one afterall, or maybe I wish I had bought it. I dunno...
 

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If Im not mistaken Tauras is making a nice DA large frame revolver.Check out there web. Site
 
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