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I am not a typical big bore fan, currently the largest caliber I own is typical .45 calibers, 44 special and .41 magnum, been having an itch to see if I could find a deal on an old well used S&W 29, when doing so I ran across this and fell in love, Cimarron Bad Boy 44, modern meets old school. getting good reviews.
 

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Seeker of wisdom & Purveyor of the truth!
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That’s a nice looking 44 mag revolver, first time I have seen that one.
Classic firearms got them for under 600, Compared to a new ruger/smith it is a viable option.
 
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High Caliber in Long Beach, MS, just got a shipment of new Cimmaron's in today. The one's they got in are chambered in .38/.357, .45 LC, and a 10-shot .22 LR. Color Case Hardened or Blued w/ brass heel, or Nickel plated. Priced at $429
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High Caliber in Long Beach, MS, just got a shipment of new Cimmaron's in today. The one's they got in are chambered in .38/.357, .45 LC, and a 10-shot .22 LR. Color Case Hardened or Blued w/ brass heel, or Nickel plated. Priced at $429
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Why did you have to post this!:groan:
Now I’m going to get divorced,I just know it.
 
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