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As mentioned in previous posts loading and unloading can be somewhat annoying on the New Models but can be corrected which will also allow the cylinder to freewheel clockwise or counter clockwise. If you shoot heavy lead bullets the short cylinder of the Black Hawk or Super Black Hawk can become an issue, and if you shoot heavy lead bullets(300 + grain) at upper power levels the squared trigger guard becomes objectional to many shooters. An option which you may want to look at is the Bisley as it has the rounded trigger guard and some say it manages recoil better. You may want to look at the 45 Colt as it offers several advantages such as a larger frontal area, heavier bullets at higher velocities at much Lower pressures. Hope this helps.
Have a nice evening, Rabon...
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