Re: Bearcat size revolver
Alpo, I know what he means.
Sometimes something catches our eye and we quickly buy it Later on we find out it isn't really what we are comfortable with.
A good case for me is cars. You go to a car dealer and he lets you drive a mile on roads with a 50mph limit or less. Some cars seem very quick up to about 60 and then fall off the power band quickly after that.
I like to rent a car for a weekend to see if I really like it before buying one.
For me the Ruger Bearcat .22 was one of those occasions. I loved the brass color trigger guard and overall cuteness of it and it seemed fine looking it over at the gun dealer. Once I handled it for a while it was just too small for my hand. It's still a fine little weapon and highly collectible but I need a slightly larger frame for shooting. I guess I'm defective, not the gun.