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My dream wheel gun would be the Colt Peace keeper (45 cal) with ivory grips.
 

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Magnum Research BFR .45/70 Revolver, 10-inch Barrel


IZHMECH MP-412 REX (.357 MAG)


Smith & Wesson Model 460V Revolver - 5" (460 S&W MAG)


MATEBA 6 UNICA in .454 Casull


MTs-255-12 Russian 12 ga. Revolving Shotgun
 

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I'll see your BFR and counter with this:


But in the "deluxe" version, gold plated and diamond inlay-ed, of course

Yes, it is a real working wheelgun, but on the other end of the size scale

Photo of the ammo, far left (22 Short on the far right, for scale)
 

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Manurhin.


But it's a 4" GP100 that I plan to buy.
 
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I'm not sure anything can make up for the Chauchat, but the Manurhin is probably second only to Korth.

 
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I am trying to decide between a snub nose model 60 and a 3" model 60 pro. The pro model has adjustable sights, which I do not like on a combat gun.
 

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I would like to have just about anything old and out of production, like a Ruger Old Army Black Powder revolver.

I currently own over 40 revolvers and can't think of any new models I am all that interested in.

It's one of the reasons I have still been going to gun shows in recent years, looking for older stuff.
 

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Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan .454 Casull.
 

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Cimarron (Uberti) #3 American (S&W #3 top-break copy) in .44 Russian(short) / .44special
 

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What wheelguns would I want to add?
1. Pre WWII Peacemaker in pristine condition, .45 Colt, 4-3/4" bbl. Had one back in the '80's that I had to sell in the '90's due to unemployment. Modern replicas are fun shooters, but they don't have the Prancing Pony and they don't have the history of a genuine Colt from that era.
2. Japanese Type 26 revolver
3. LeMat revolver
4. Lebel 1892 revolver
5. Webley Mk VI .455 - Another of those "I had one and had to sell it because I was down on my luck" guns. It was big and clunky but fun. Also would like a Mk IV in .38-200 to complete the collection.

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Grumpy......one of my customers (years ago) brought me a 1900 model 2 Colt SAA in .38 spl that had burned up in a house fire.
I was HONORED to rebuild that gun (and many others, it got his whole collection) for him.
 

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