couple my favorite Handuns.

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  1. Roughrdr

    Roughrdr New Member

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    My 475 Wildey Magnum and my 45 Colt (Ruger Vaquero)

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    Roughrdr New Member

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    note on the barrell, is not actually discolored, but came out like that when I had the pics developed. Tape measure was there for a friend when I took the pic originally.
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    45Smashemflat New Member

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    That Widley is one big honkin' gun. What's it weigh loaded up?
  4. NUJAC435

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    looking for a price on a 475 wildey w/12" barrel.
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    I've never understood this sort of stuff. If you want a big game handgun, you want a Contender, in one of the JDJ rds. If you want an auto,it's for ccw defense, and the Automags, etc, don't qualify for that. The wildeys, desert eagles, 45 Mag Grizzlies, etc, are all too huge and heavy for ccw, and too slow for repeat shots to make decent fighting handguns.
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    I have allways wanted one of the Wildey just to have one ,I am still drooling. :D
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    HANDGUN

    where can i find some info and price on a 475 h&h wildey magnum with a 12" barrel?
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    go here and look it up

    http://www.wildeyguns.com/wildey.html
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    Some stuffs are not to be understood or taken lightly. You want, You can, You get. This simple. If it is worthwhile, usable or sensefull is another different thing. I'd not buy such a gun, but see them very cool.
    Congrats, Roughrdr! But You must go to the range driving a Hemi Dart, just to match.
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    some of my fav.'s
    some i own some I just like

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