I guess the one that I like the best is the one that goes the most places with me. SP101 w/3" barrel.
wish i never sold that one
Look for a 4" or 6" S&W 586 or 686 and just jump into the game with both feet. Start out shooting .38 special loads in your new revolver get to know the gun, get comfortable shooting it before you shoot .357 magnum loads. Shooting a revolver is just like shooting any other weapon, sight alignment and trigger control. Concentrate on accuracy before you try to go fast, speed will come laterI, to my shame, have no experience with revolvers, so there is no favorite model. Can you tell me how you can start getting to know this type of weapon? I would be glad to receive recommendations.
Love the Python, seen one like it in my local gun store for $2500 (I cried all the way out because I couldnt afford to buy it lol) I was wondering if you had anymore pics of it? And new where I could find those kinds of grips?my three favs in order
1961 4" Colt Pyton with rosewood grips (Org Grips stached away)
1982 Smith model 19-5
1961 Flat latch Smith Model 36