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    Default Re: Two Redhawks

    Teasing with Llama's, that's low - lol.

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    OK hopefully it will work this time.
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    Default Re: Two Redhawks

    Photon Guy,
    You know you have to get a matched pair of lefty-righty holsters for that sweet brace of handguns

    Had a Redhawk 7.5" 44 years ago sold it when I committed to the .41 magnum vs 44, loved it , built like a friggin tank. always looking for a deal on a 41 hawk

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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtRecon View Post
    Photon Guy,
    You know you have to get a matched pair of lefty-righty holsters for that sweet brace of handguns

    Had a Redhawk 7.5" 44 years ago sold it when I committed to the .41 magnum vs 44, loved it , built like a friggin tank. always looking for a deal on a 41 hawk
    If you think the Redhawk is a tank you should see the Super Redhawk. I've got that too, also in 44. What I want to get now is the Super Redhawk in .454 Casull. I do have a right side holster for the Redhawk, a matching left side holster would be nice although its the gun on the bottom that I use the most, I've fired it thousands of times and I often use it when taking firearm classes. The one on top is mostly just a backup, a spare gun. I've only fired one box of 50 rounds with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photon Guy View Post
    If you think the Redhawk is a tank you should see the Super Redhawk. I've got that too, also in 44. What I want to get now is the Super Redhawk in .454 Casull. I do have a right side holster for the Redhawk, a matching left side holster would be nice although its the gun on the bottom that I use the most, I've fired it thousands of times and I often use it when taking firearm classes. The one on top is mostly just a backup, a spare gun. I've only fired one box of 50 rounds with it.
    Dont wait on the SR in 454. Love shooting mine. 45 long colt ammo is cheaper and easier to shoot, but some 454 rounds always makes people at the range stop and ask what the hand cannon is. I put a 4x leupold sight on the top, so much fun to stretch it out.

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    Default Re: Two Redhawks

    I have a 44 Hawk with a Weigand rail and scope mounted!


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